Dan Popa | 24min 35sec | HD 2.35:1 | Surround 5.1 | 2012

Île et Aile poetically explores the universe of contemporary travel by air. The film looks at the world of aviation to capture the emotional feeling of being suspended 35 000 ft in the air, between a distant past and an uncertain future.
Narratively, the film is a collage of testimonials’ discussing transit. The movie is a visual and collage of intimate moments filmed in and out of 16 airports around the world. Seated by a window seat, the viewer is taken on an emotive journey onboard this giant island in flight. The film is the last part of a trilogy about the contemporary human transition.