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South: Silent Film with Live Narration & Accompaniment

South: Sir Ernest Shackleton's Glorious Epic of the Antarctic

After having his ship crushed and stranded in ice, Ernest Shackleton and his crew were forced across the frozen Antarctic wasteland on a harrowing, 800-mile journey in three small lifeboats. He then landed on an island where he was forced to leave his injured men, later arriving at an isolated outpost, and finally returning to rescue the rest of his fallen crew. Experience the thrilling tale of survival, heroism, and determination in South (1919), which includes Robert Hurley’s original footage shot on Shackleton’s chilling voyage, enhanced with live narration and piano accompaniment by Robert York.

Location: Norma Kershaw Auditorium 

Ticket info: Member or with paid museum admission $9 | General $12

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October 22, 2017 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

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