Watch an Exclusive Clip From ‘Leaning Into the Wind,’ a New Film About Land Artist Andy Goldsworthy

The film is a follow-up to director Thomas Riedelsheimer's acclaimed 2001 documentary on Goldsworthy.

Director Thomas Riedelsheimer is returning to theaters this month with a follow-up to his acclaimed 2001 documentary, Rivers and Tides, about the British land artist Andy Goldsworthy. For the new film, Leaning Into the Wind, which will be released in the US on March 9, Riedelsheimer quietly follows Goldsworthy around as he moves about various landscapes, selecting sites for his often ephemeral works set in the natural world. Sixteen years after the initial documentary’s release, Goldsworthy is older and more fragile—but also more ambitious.

If you are in need of a moment of zen today, watch an exclusive clip from Leaning Into the Wind below.

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