Sebastian Copeland’s Into the Cold: A Journey of the Soul retraces two men’s dramatic expedition to the North Pole in sub-zero temperatures and covering more than 400 miles on foot. The mission was carried out to commemorate the centennial of Admiral Peary’s reach in 1909. A personal and harrowing journey of endurance and commitment, Into The Cold delves into the depth of the soul against the backdrop of the magnificent and expansive Great North. Fewer than 150 people have walked such distance to reach the pole on foot in the last century. This film documents this rapidly vanishing environment: one hundred years from now, there will not be a bicentennial expedition on foot to the North Pole, for the ice there will have long since gone.
1:15:00 | 2010