Abandoned in the Arctic

In 1881 the US Army sent Lt. Adolphus Greely and 24 men to Ellesmere Island in the High Arctic to conduct scientific research for two years. When they became stranded there, Greely and his men were forced to make their way south through 500km of some of the coldest, roughest water on Earth. Fast-forward to June 2004 when a team of five men and one woman...


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Pick-up Sticks

Take an aerial plunge off a coastal headland into the abyss of a seabird colony and get a bird’s eye view on the effects of climate change. Filmed on the edge of a coastal headland in Arctic Quebec, this family-friendly film illustrates how marine environmental changes are affecting the delicate balance of life for some hardy creatures of the northern seas...


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Arctic Cliffhangers

Polar science is revealing much about the Earth’s changing oceans and climate. In Arctic Cliffhangers, an inquisitive biologist clambers over rugged coastal headlands to learn about the cliff-dwelling inhabitants of Canada’s Far North. Dangling into a precipitous and little-known world, he encounters spectacular surroundings that are teeming with life. Through adventures with scientists and Inuit hunters, he discovers...


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Vanishing Point

Navarana is a Polar Eskimo elder who lives in the most remote corner of the planet: the northwest tip of Greenland. She is connected by blood to a group of Canadian Inuit because of a shaman’s migration journey across the frozen Arctic in the 1860s. Today, despite rapid technological and social changes, her people in Greenland proudly maintain and covet age-old customs. But Navarana wonders what life is like for her distant cousins...


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