£20.00

Only 2 left in stock
Product Code: PA10016
Key product features
  • 80 minutes plus 45 minutes of extra features
  • Black and white and tinted
  • 1919
  • Silent with original music by Neil Brand.

Product description

Sir Ernest Shackleton's Glorious Epic of the Antarctic.

Photographed by Frank Hurley, South is the film record of Sir Ernest Shackleton's heroic but ill-fated attempt to cross Antarctica in 1914-16. It is both a unique historical document, and a tribute to the indomitable courage of a small party of men who set out on a voyage of discovery that turned into an epic struggle for survival.

This restored version of the film has been constructed by the National Film and Television Archive from a wide range of materials. The NFTVA has applied its own tinting and toning to match the original prints, and has produced this handsome and richly coloured testament to a remarkable episode in the history of exploration.

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