Full version of Baraka available online
I don’t know how long this film will be online so don’t miss it. One of my favorite films, Baraka, is available in full and free at Google video. If you have not seen it, don’t miss it. Though, I do think this is a kind of film you need to see in very high resolution because it is one of the most beautifully shot films ever.
Baraka is a feature length documentary by Ron Frickle. It is quite similar to the Qatsi film trilogy, as a matter of fact, Ron was the cinematographer for the first film. Baraka is one of the best examples of timelapse cinematography as it captures “the great pulse of humanity as it flocks and swarms in daily activity.”
The film was shot in stunning 70mm in almost every continent. It has no dialogue or plot. I would suggest watching it when you got some time.