The Arctic: Our Last Great Wilderness

Imagine a place that is vast, wild and untouched, where some of the world’s greatest wildlife spectacles unfold. For five years, National Geographic Photographer, Florian Schulz, has lived in the Arctic to film this land and reveal it to audiences around the globe. Join Florian as he tracks the Porcupine Caribou herd on the longest animal migration on earth, and witnesses polar bears denning along the coastal plain.
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, located in the northeastern corner of Alaska, is one of the wildest places left on the planet - a symbol of wilderness that few have ever seen. The Arctic: Our Last Great Wilderness features the first cinematic exploration of this little known land allowing people to experience a world that has evolved intact and wild since the beginning of time.
Coming to giant screen theatres in 2021
The Arctic Refuge faces being sold off in pieces to energy development as soon as this year, if we do not stand together to #ProtectTheArctic. 
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