To The Arctic

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In every season of the year, the Arctic pulses with life. Caribou migrate to the coastal plains in the spring to give birth to their young. In the summer, birds from across the world float on arctic lakes and wetlands. As summer turns into winter, polar bears venture out onto the growing ice to feed. Even through the long winter, coral reefs thrive below the ice. For To the Arctic, Florian Schulz captured stunning photographs that showcase the broad variety of life in the arctic - from expansive landscape panoramas, to the marvels of the underwater world.

Learn more at www.welcometothearctic.org

Book and Film

To the Arctic is the official large-format companion book to the film To The Arctic, a heart-warming adventure to a region on thin ice. Appearing in IMAX® Theatres, To The Arctic is a co-production of Warner Bros. Pictures, MacGillivray Freeman Films, and IMAX Corporation. Copyright Warner Bros. Ent. All rights reserved. IMAX® is a registered trademark of IMAX Corporation.

Journey to the Arctic is the official small gift book companion to the film, featuring 75 full-color photos of charismatic polar bear families, caribou, seals, and more.

Events

In his multimedia presentation, Florian combines images with video, sounds, and stories to bring the Arctic to life. Traveling from northern Greenland to northwest Alaska, Florian spent a total of 18 months in remote Arctic locations, photographing the stunning landscape and animals found there. Hear stories of Florian's personal encounters with Arctic wildlife, from the dangers of camping in polar bear country, to the emotional story of a lost caribou calf. Together, Florian's passionate accounts and dramatic images tell the story of an Arctic that is facing very real threats – a place that only we can protect.

Florian presented to audiences nationwide in spring 2012 in partnership with MacGillivray Freeman Films and the Alaska Wilderness League, culminating in one million signatures delivered to President Obama opposing drilling in the Arctic. In 2013, he brought his multimedia presentation to an additional six cities, presenting to over 2,000 people nationwide.