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Hidden life in Antarctica 52' by Bertrand Delapierre

Synopsis

200 years ago, British Captain William Smith revealed to the world the existence of a new continent, the so-called white continent. Antarctica remains a "pristine" territory, seemingly untouched by any human footprint.

Laurence de la Ferrière, the famous polar explorer, and Eric Loizeau, a seasoned mountaineer, are two inveterate protectors of the Antarctic. They decided to go there to reveal the extent to which the continent has been a silent victim of humans.

Both set out in the footsteps of the early explorers, with the firm intention of bringing back concrete answers. Throughout their journey, they will carry out an investigation in order to establish an unprecedented environmental inventory, still unknown to the rest of the world.

Information

Direction: Bertrand Delapierre

Production: Flair Productions and Worldwhy Media for Ushuaïa TV

Genre: Travel & Adventure

Available versions: French

Awards

Deauville Green Awards
Silver Trophy

Screening Room

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