THE BREATH OF THE DEPTH
‘Welcome to the info page about the short film 'The Breath of The Depth'. This informative piece offers you a comprehensive insight into the ambitious project, which aims to participate in a variety of prestigious film festivals. The team, along with Poul, made the film's realization possible through self-financing, without involving any film foundations. This was done to achieve a certain level of independence and expediency in the implementation process.
Here you will get information about the filmmaker and his team, background info of the story of the film, and our ambitious goals. Immerse yourself into the world of 'The Breath of The Depth' and discover why we are convinced that this project will shine on the stages of the short film world.’
FROM CLIMBING TOPS
The short film tells the story of Mehdi Allam, who discovers his new passion for freediving after a serious climbing accident. Through rigorous training and a high level of self-discipline, he fights his way back. From being a former climbing photographer, he transformed into a freediving instructor and underwater photographer. The film illustrates how a tragic twist of fate can give birth to new opportunities. Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of the sea and let Mehdi's unwavering determination carry you away. Experience the transformative power of freediving and the philosophy that arises from it. It's a story of acceptance and gratitude in overcoming personal boundaries.
Poul, a passionate sports enthusiast with his own share of injuries, recognizes the importance of openly discussing mental health as a crucial factor in our society's development.
Sports lovers often face challenges that resonate with all of us in times of crisis. This drives Poul to share Mehdi Allam's remarkable recovery story in a short film - as a fount of motivation and inspiration for everyone.
"As a passionate filmmaker, I aim to create films that not only entertain but also evoke emotions
My goal is to initiate positive changes and encourage people to discover new facets of themselves."