• Director

    Werner Herzog

  • USA 2007. 101min

  • 35mm

  • Certificate

    U

No stranger to extreme environments, Herzog answered the call of Antarctica with relish – filming its people and places with almost no forward planning (a mad venture in almost any other filmmaker’s hands). Joined by cinematographer Peter Zeitlinger, he encounters a scale of human activity unrecognisable a century ago, examining the inner lives beyond the blank, beautiful expanses of this frozen continent.

+ A Short Film About Ice

UK 2020. Dir Adam Laity. 28min

A multiple award-winning film-poem documenting the journey of a cinematographer through the fragile landscapes of the Arctic.