Hurricanes are the strongest storms on earth. They can inflict losses of billions of dollars and thousands of lives. Beyond the hype that surrounds these dangerous events, are stories of significance to society, nature and the future. Collaboration with world-class scientists sheds new light on this lethal phenomenon. Thanks to dedicated film crews standing in the path of hurricane landfall, such as Sandy and Isaac, this series explore in full detail these severe storms, revealing how they shape our planet, sometimes provide new opportunities for life but also threaten our future.
Director(s): Andy Byatt, John Jackson
Producer(s): Jacqueline Farmer
Runtime(s): 3 x 52 min
Awards & Accolades
- Rome Docscient Festival 2014 Scientific Jury Grand Prize Special Award
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