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I did some advance preview screenings of the 2-hour rough cut for my film at the Christchurch, New Zealand Ice Festival.
After this it will be back into some more post-production fine-tuning for a little while.

I've been getting quite a bit of press lately, so here's a few video links that have some of the behind the scenes footage for those who are interested, I'll update the links as more come to hand...

http://tvnz.co.nz/sunday-news/year-ice-video-5099836

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Wow, this is incredible Ants. Amazing work and a salute to your dedication to take on and complete this kind of project. I can't wait to see the full feature. Congratulations!


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Amazing, my favourite shots are 1:46 and 2:32 wow, you're doing a wonderful job.


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Wow! That is awesome!


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Bravo Anthony!
Your quote " .....save ourselves from our own stupidity ..." is apt given what is currently happening on and to the planet.
Look forward to experiencing your opus.


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Great, can't wait for more.

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I only saw the first few shots (horrible internet all of a sudden), but this looks very promising. Can't wait to see it in full!


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Thanks guys.
Current running time for the rough cut is 2 hours, and it is playing pretty well and getting great feedback. Now I just have to figure out how to cut about 20 minutes to get it down to a good tight edit.
I've already had to leave out quite a few of my favorite shots. Overall a good place to be in though.

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Antz wrote:
Thanks guys.
Current running time for the rough cut is 2 hours, and it is playing pretty well and getting great feedback. Now I just have to figure out how to cut about 20 minutes to get it down to a good tight edit.
I've already had to leave out quite a few of my favorite shots. Overall a good place to be in though.

When you have to cut out good stuff, that means you're doing good. Can't wait to see the final film!

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Just finishing up on the second round of editing now to lock the final theatrical cut. Totally crazy-making to cut another 25 minutes of footage, but I guess that is why we eventually have special edition discs.

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Awesome work!


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And here I am complaining about the temperature in NYC.

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One neat trick we did in TV news when things were too long was to cut one or two frames off every edit. It would mess up your head doing it but we could claw back quite a bit when it was a long edit. Of course only done under duress but when you can't bare to lose another shot, it's a long winded and painful solution. :-)

Great work Antz can't wait to see the film!

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Really looking forward to seeing this! I wonder if the Blu-ray I bought on kickstarter will have all the cut footage.


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Timelapse shots are truly amazing, and I hope I'll get to see the whole film! I shared your trailer here: http://www.facebook.com/timelapsus
Congrats!


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Had some great news come through about the film. We recently locked the theatrical cut with a running time of 91 minutes, and have moved onto the music and sound design.
Park Road Post have come to the party in a big way now, so in between their schedules for The Hobbit and other features, we will be doing the final picture grade, sound mix, and DCP output with them.

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I am SOOOO looking forward to this.....hopefully in a theatre, or the day that Blu-ray drops through the door!

Just great work Anthony.


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Had a meeting at Park Road Post yesterday, they told me that two-time Academy Award winner Mike Hedges will be doing the final sound mix for the film. I've just started on a few early festival submissions, so hopefully will be able to announce where the world premier will be held in about a month.

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Submitting to Banff Mountain Film Festival 2013 I hope.......

http://www.banffcentre.ca/mountainfestival/

I believe the submital window for this year's BMFF will reopen in May.


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Wow, I love this project! Big respect on that.. and the trailers look great.

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Amazing


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I spent a couple of months at McMurdo living in a plywood hut in August-September 1972. The summer crowd had not moved in yet, so there were only 300 souls on the island. I enjoyed the time-lapse of Mt Erebus. Was the explosion off Hut Point "dredging" the channel? Thanks for taking me back!

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The explosion was to trim the edge off the floating ice pier (Hut Point in the background) so that the annual supply ship could pull up along side it smoothly.

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Amazing ! Congrats, good idea and very nice pictures !

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Doing the voice over recording at Park Road Post.
(The opening shots are on the farm where I grew up, there are no cows in Antarctica, or grass for them to eat for that matter :D )

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We are just starting into the sound mix at Park Road Post. I have some serious tech envy.

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The theatrical version of the film is now complete!
It is looking and sounding fantastic. I posted a few more photos from the post production side of things at Park Road Post on my blog here...
www.frozensouth.com

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Well Done ! Looking forward to seeing it at the NZ Film Festival in July :-)

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Very stoked that the world premier is going to take place at the Civic Theatre in Auckland, New Zealand on July 23rd.
It is a brilliant venue, most movie goers have seen the lavish interiors of the Civic before in this film clip...
http://www.metacafe.com/watch/mv-chUat/ ... s_rampage/
Incidentally, the same guys who mixed the sound for my film, did the above film too!

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Awesome mate. Anything lined up for Australia?

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Got a few Oz irons in the fire, there could be a couple of screenings in the near future.
Concentrating on NZ for July-August, then primarily US/Canada September-Dec, with a couple of European ones on the side.

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Antz wrote:
Got a few Oz irons in the fire, there could be a couple of screenings in the near future.
Concentrating on NZ for July-August, then primarily US/Canada September-Dec, with a couple of European ones on the side.


Get it to Norway, please.


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Any date fixed for Christchurch ?

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Any date fixed for Christchurch ?

They should be locking in the Christchurch / Dunedin dates very soon.
Keep an eye on www.nziff.co.nz or https://www.facebook.com/AntarcticaAYearOnIce

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We just had the world premier last night. Blown away by the audience reaction and the first 3 reviews...

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Day 4: All kinds of cold
The Plan: feel comparatively warm by watching Antarctica: A Year on Ice
The Reality: it was actually quite warm already, but I went anyway.

Antarctica: A Year on Ice
YES. This is why cameras were invented. I expected to be stunned by 92 minutes of beautiful scenery and wildlife shots. Director (and Taranaki boy) Anthony Powell delivered on that, for sure, but didn't stop there.
Early in the film, Powell explains how he has to modify his cameras and equipment to function in the extreme cold. Thank goodness he takes the time to do that, because he keeps his cameras going long enough to capture the most amazing time-lapse shots I think I've ever seen. Time-lapse is a great technique for capturing Antarctic skies, because of course the balance of day and night is always strange. There are months of daytime, months of darkness, and months with various balances of each. Powell's time-lapses capture the strangeness of the seasons beautifully.
In fact all of the photography is beautiful. The camera points straight down through solid ice and finds the colours, striations, and patterns within. It points at penguins and seals, at ice forming over time (stunning) and at the sky as the world moves under it. (Sidenote: the images of the sky, the stars, and the aurora australis or southern lights, were my favourites of the film. Astronomy geeks, get thee to a theatre.) Watch the clip below for examples of what you can expect to see. http://vimeo.com/44631190

But what surprised me about this film was how human and humorous it was. We see more of the people who live in Antarctica (I didn't even know people did live semi-permanently there) than we do the continent itself. The camera examines McMurdo and Scott Bases, which function like mini-towns complete with shops and mess halls. Contrary to my expectations, the people who live and work there are not all scientists - the film follows an administrator, a fireman, a retail worker, a mechanic, and a multitude of other quite ordinary people who just happen to live on a frozen continent.
Their stories are hilarious. We hear of T3 syndrome - the tendency in the depths of darkest winter for the brain to go a little funny. The editor has a lot of fun stitching together the many "uhhhhh" moments of the interviews into a sort of symphony of brain freeze. We also hear how the women of Antarctica refer to the male residents: "the odds are good, but the goods are odd." It seems that close quarters breed a good sense of fun. There's Icestock at New Years, and a 48 hour film festival to which each base sends a short film (look out for the French base's version of Antarctic Mario Brothers.)
On the flipside, though, we hear of how residents can't go home to mourn deceased parents, or to visit new nieces and nephews. After a storm, Powell opens the door to a bedroom and finds the room half-filled with snow that has blown in through a tiny crack in the ceiling. Trucks are buried under ice. Tractors are filled to the roof with snow that gets in through the door. Tears freeze to workers' faces. Residents have to go for months without fresh fruit (instant deal-breaker, if you ask me).
Powell has given us full access to what one interviewee calls the golden age of Antarctica: its residents, animal and human, and its natural beauty. And he presents all this in such a way that got the entire Civic alternating between rollicking laughter and gasps of astonishment.
Go. Go. Aucklanders: tomorrow (Tues) night, the Civic at 6:15pm. Best $17 you'll ever spend.

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ANTARCTICA: A YEAR ON ICE

You’ll think twice before using that overworked word “awesome” again after seeing Anthony Powell’s film. Yes, the film’s spectacular, but it’s the Antarctic itself that personifies the adjective. We might know this in an abstract way, but Powell’s images, shot over several years while working at Scott and McMurdo, make it manifest. Time-lapse footage gives natural phenomena such as encroaching ice sheets and the aurora australis a dimension we’re usually not around or privileged to see: the telescoping of creation and change.

Since most of us will never have the opportunity to visit the place, this is the next best thing. It’s not all earnest stories about scientific endeavour; it’s a human scale look at living on the ice year-round. Interviewed are mostly employees who provide the base services, ordinary citizens who happen to work in an extraordinary office, and they’re ready and willing to talk frankly about their experience. The majority are Americans at McMurdo, with an occasional and very amusing contribution from the other bases, and by the time we’ve been through a year with them, we’ve got an acute sense of the place and the highs and lows.

This highly personalized encounter has the effect of demystifying the place, but it never trivialises it. We sense the importance of the research, and there are understated references to the effect of climate change and the continent’s uncertain future politically.

But above all this, it leaves the wonder intact. There are moments when what Powell’s cameras have captured which will bring you to tears. Which is why you need to see it in the dark, on a big screen.

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I shouldn't have been surprised that the Civic Theatre was packed out for the World Premiere of Antarctica: A Year on Ice. Kiwi filmmaker Anthony Powell has spent most of his adult life working on the great freezing continent, and has thoughtfully created a mind-blowing account of life there for those of us who will never get the chance to experience it for ourselves.

I have to admit, I wasn't necessarily going to see this one - not much of a National Geographic girl, me - but my father visited Antarctica briefly some years ago, and I thought he'd enjoy it, so I dragged him along.

I was therefore (naively) quite unprepared for how simply stunning and enthralling every minute of footage was. Not only is Powell a keen user of time-lapse photography, he thought to interview the various people living at McMurdo and Scott bases throughout nightless summers and sunless winters. We therefore get an incredible insight into Polar T3 syndrome (the vague madness that seemingly prevails when one hasn't seen sunlight for months) as well as the fun that incarceration produces.

If you missed Sunday's screening, Aucklanders have only one more chance to see amazing night skies and 24-hour sunscapes in the best possible format. Get along to Tuesday's session - you won't regret it. (Those of you in the rest of the country - book your tickets now!)

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Great reviews! Now waiting for it to reach Brisbane ;)

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Just did some updates to the blog and screening times list on www.frozensouth.com
We are hitting a bunch of festivals across North America now, and pretty much getting rave reviews.

And kmatm, yes we will be making our Australian premier at the Brisbane Film Festival.

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Looking forward to a chance to see this, will it be in the Hawaii International Film Festival or showing anywhere in Hawaii?
Congratulations on bringing this great work to completion!


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