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See the films Crossing the Ice <span class="amp">&</span> Crossing the Ditch, at the Grange Tuesday February 3rd at 7pm

As part of our 2015 Win­ter Film Series we will be pre­sent­ing the films Cross­ing the Ice & Cross­ing the Ditch at the Grange on Feb­ru­ary 3, 2015 at 7pm. Admis­sion is by dona­tion.

Crossing the IceCross­ing 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

CrossingtheDitch 300x300The 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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