By Emmy Award winning film maker David Hannan & Toni Davis - David Hannan Productions
Imagine a world coloured by ice and fire, carved by hurricane force winds, weighted by glaciers, carpeted by wildlife perfectly adapted to freezing conditions and winters of perpetual darkness: a world essentially inhospitable to man, still largely unexplored. It is the White Continent ... Antarctica.
Imagine now a film that captures this untameable place that combines state-of-the-art High Definition technology with award-winning filmmaking skills: an exceptional documentary and a musical odyssey - the perfect Antarctic Blu-Ray disc souvenir.
Featuring the Antarctic Peninsula, South Georgia Island and the Falkland Islands, Antarctica Dreaming documents all the major Antarctic and sub-Antarctic animals and their life-cycles over an entire season, and captures the varying climatic and ice conditions from wild white blizzards to fire red sunsets reflected in a glassy sea. Some of the fascinating creatures in the film include Gentoo, Adelie and Chinstrap Penguins, King Penguins, Rockhopper Penguins, Weddell, Crabeater and Leopard Seals, Fur and Elephant Seals and a broad montage of seabirds.
The Blu-Ray disc features a unique narration On/Off function whereby viewers can watch the program as a narrated documentary, or as a relaxing audio visual experience with natural sounds and an uplifting sound score, both presented on Dolby Digital sound. The DVD also features six bonus educational mini documentaries.
Antarctica Dreaming is suited for a wide-screen format but can be shown on any television. It is ultimate collectable for all who visit this wonderful place. Antarctica Dreaming is the combined vision of Emmy Award winning cinematographer, David Hannan, and independent documentary filmmaker and Antarctic voyager, Toni Davis. The program was filmed using High Definition format cameras.
Antarctica Dreaming is sure to mesmerize, amuse, entertain and educate audiences of all ages.
Blu-Ray format - 82 minutes - Dolby Digital Stereo - filmed in High Definition - 16:9 format - 6 bonus mini-documentaries