Crossing the ICE
This film follows Australian adventurers Justin Jones and James Castrission’s 2012 journey across Antarctica to the South Pole and back. Making history, the duo tackled the perilous journey totally unassisted — no sled dogs, no wind kites, just two men on skis, dragging their food, their shelter and themselves across 1140 kilometers of barren ice … and back again.
Running time: 44 minutes
Crossing the Ditch
The film tells the extraordinary story of two young men who crossed the extremely treacherous Tasman Sea in a kayak. The Tasman, which spans 2200 kilometers between Australia and New Zealand, had never before been successfully navigated in a kayak. Many had tried, and all had failed (once with a tragic outcome). In 2007, Australians James Castrission and Justin Jones took on the Tasman and conquered it. In their tiny kayak, they battled ten-meter towering waves, massive storms, sharks and currents that conspired against them. You might ask: Why do some individuals risk everything to test the boundaries of endurance? Like all great stories, this one offers answers. Sharing humor, tears, aspirations, perils, follies and ultimate triumph, we learn what it is to be human, negotiating the chaos of the world together, relying on the better, more heroic, parts of ourselves.
Running time: 55 minutes
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