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Film Available to Stream
Fri, Apr 9 at 12:01 am – Sun, Apr 18 at 11:59 pm PST
In a dramatic attempt to bring attention to climate change, an international expedition led by renowned explorer Will Steger embarked on the first-ever coast-to-coast expedition across Antarctica in 1989. Six men and their sled dogs braved howling storms, sub-zero temperatures, snow crevasses, and other perils as they traversed the icy terrain. Tasha Van Zandt’s enthralling feature debut catches up with Steger 30 years later as he revisits the frigid continent, deftly weaving his contemporary journey with rare, dynamic footage of his original, treacherous seven-month odyssey.
Bay Area filmmaker Tasha Van Zandt has traveled the world documenting stories across all seven continents as a director, producer, cinematographer, and photojournalist. Her projects have been supported by The Sundance Institute, Film Independent, and SFFILM. After making a number of shorts, including One Thousand Stories (2020) about the artist JR, she makes her feature documentary debut with After Antarctica. Her latest short, is also screening at the 2021 SFFILM Festival.
Director Tasha Van Zandt
Producer Lisa Remington, Amanda Spain, Tasha Van Zandt, Sebastian Zeck
Executive Producer Sarah Johnson, Sarah Pillsbury, Bill Pohlad
Writer Don Bernier, Tasha Van Zandt, Sebastian Zeck
Editor Don Bernier
Cinematographer Sebastian Zeck, Tasha Van Zandt
Music Giosuè Greco, Joanna Katcher, Dan Romer