After Antarctica

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Showings

Science Museum of MN Sat, Apr 9 6:30 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$9.95
Members:$5.00
Film Info
Program:The Great Northern
Tags:Documentary
Environmental
Climate Change
Biography
Minnesota Made
Women Directors
History
Adventure
Outdoors
Release Year:2021
Runtime:104 min
Country/Region:USA
Language:English
Print Source:Moniker
Cast/Crew
Director:Tasha Van Zandt
Executive Producer:Sarah Johnson
Sarah Pillsbury
Bill Pohlad
Producer:Lisa Remington
Amanda Spain
Tasha Van Zandt
Sebastian Zeck
Cinematographer:Sebastian Zeck
Screenwriter:Don Bernier
Tasha Van Zandt
Sebastian Zeck
Editor:Don Bernier
Composer:Giosuè Greco
Joanna Katcher
Principal Cast:Will Steger

Description


Out of an abundance of caution, we are unfortunately postponing the January 29 screening of After Antarctica at the Science Museum of Minnesota. The rescheduled event will take place on Saturday, April 9 at 6:30 PM at the Science Museum. Current reservations will be valid for the new date. Please contact events@smm.org with any questions or to cancel your tickets. 


Tickets are available via the Science Museum of Minnesota website.
MSP Film Members, call 651-221-9444 to reserve tickets at your MSP member rate.

PURCHASE TICKETS

Q&A with star Will Steger, director/producer Tasha Van Zandt, and cinematographer/producer Sebastian Zeck!

About After Antarctica

In a dramatic attempt to bring awareness to the changing continent, an international expedition led by renowned explorer Will Steger embarked on the first-ever coast-to-coast expedition across Antarctica in 1989. Six explorers and their sled dogs braved howling storms, sub-zero temperatures, snow crevasses, and other perils as they traversed the icy terrain. Now, thirty years since his groundbreaking expedition, Steger heads out on the ice once again - this time to the opposite end of the planet. Deftly weaving his contemporary journey with rare, dynamic footage of his original treacherous seven-month odyssey, After Antarctica is an urgent message spanning both poles.


The Great Northern - January 27-February 6, 2022

As people of the North, we’re a hardy bunch. We don’t just passively endure what our winters dish out; we rally, we play, we explore, we reflect, we relish in all the opportunities our cold season offers. Not surprisingly then, we are some of the bravest, most intrepid individuals around. And, as a community, that makes us something special. The inspiring stories and people within the films presented at The Great Northern 2022 celebrate perseverance, common purpose, and building a legacy for a healthier, more inclusive future. Presented by MSP Film and The Great Northern.

Films at The Great Northern 2022
Breaking Trail
| Tuesday, February 1 at 7:00pm, The Parkway Theater
Hockeyland | Saturday, February 5 at 6:00pm, The Parkway Theater
After Antarctica | Saturday, April 9 at 6:30pm, Science Museum of Minnesota's Omnitheater


About The Great Northern

The Great Northern celebrates our cold, creative winters through ten days of diverse programming that invigorate mind and body. In an era of changing climate that threatens our signature season, we seek to create community, inspire action, and share the resilient spirit of the North with the world.

Artwork by Máni Sigfússon for his collaborative project "drift" with Daniel Wohl. Project details at thegreatnorthernfestival.com/2022-drift

About MSP Film

The films are curated by the MSP Film, whose mission is to inform and transform individuals and communities through the power of great cinema. MSP Film has spent the last six decades celebrating a myriad of cultures, countries and issues of collective local and global concern through film, believing in the potency of storytelling to move people, and to move people to action. Our widely recognized Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, Cine Latino, We The People film series, or daily screenings at St. Anthony Main Theatre represent a diversity of perspectives and 100+ cultures and countries each year, providing unique platforms for learning and action through film and conversation.