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When architects Guylee Simmonds and David Schnabel bought a Scottish survival lifeboat for a voyage to the Arctic, they dreamed of setting sail to Norway and beyond. Called Stødig, the 100-man vessel was purchased in 2018 and converted over a one-year period. Capturing their inspiring journey, filmmaker Jonny Campbell created a feature film that explores the expedition and what it means to discover adventure in the everyday.  In an exclusive interview with ArchDaily, Jonny touches on his personal background studying architecture, making the transition to film, as well as how he captured the experience of Guylee, David and their retriever Shackleton as they set off to see the Arctic for themselves. The film was directed by Jonny and produced with Emily Bell, with music by Mercury Prize nominated musician and composer C Duncan. You can follow the Stødig instagram account at @arcticlifeboat and Jonny's work at @jonnyrc View more View full description
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