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Imax To The Arctic 2012


An miraculous trek to the top of the have, the documentary peril “To The Arctic” tells the furthest recital of survival. Narrated by Oscar conqueror Meryl Streep, the flick takes audiences on a never-before-wise trek into the lives of a natural antithetical cheer and her associate seven-month-old cubs as they skipper the changing Arctic wilderness they call in home.Captivating, brash and confidential footage brings moviegoers up sign and deprecating with this family’s battle to subject to in a passive territory of melting ice, goliath glaciers, spectacular waterfalls, and monumental snow-fixed peaks. Warner Bros.

Pictures and IMAX® Filmed Extravaganza proffer a MacGillivray Freeman Flick, “To The Arctic,” a One Have One The Briny show, directed by two-everything Academy Award®-nominated filmmaker Greg MacGillivray (“The Living Sea,” “Dolphins”). Filmed in 15/70mm IMAX ®3D, “To The Arctic” is written and edited by Stephen Judson (“Everest”), and produced by Shaun MacGillivray (“Grand Pass Peril: River at Risk”).

The euphonious fall guy is by Steve Wood, with songs by Paul McCartney.

MacGillivray Freeman Films is the world’s prime unaffiliated processor and distributor of giantess-box 70mm films with 35 IMAX® films to its honour. Throughout the company’s 40-year r, its films have won numerous all-encompassing awards including two Academy Award® nominations and three films inducted into the IMAX Corridor of Renown. “To The Arctic” follows in the company’s elongated convention of films known for their artistry and for work heed to the candid have.


GREG MacGILLIVRAY (Chief Honcho) is a giantess-box documentary filmmaker who has produced and directed some of the most in the money films in the IMAX® flick dimensions, including the box-auspices hit “Everest” and the Academy Award®-nominated films “The Living Sea” and “Dolphins.”With 35 giantess-box IMAX® films to his honour, MacGillivray has immediately more 70mm flick than anyone in cinema history—more than two million feet. He is the first documentary filmmaker to reach the $1 billion benchmark in worldwide ticket sales.

An eager the briny conservationist, MacGillivray and his spouse Barbara recently founded the One Have One The Briny Purpose, a non-profit open magnanimity steadfast to realm course of study through giantess-box films and associate programming.

The Foundation’s first ambition is the One Have One The Briny toss one«s hat in the ring, MacGillivray’s most avaricious activity yet: a even, multi-stage the briny media toss one»s hat in the ring aimed at changing the way people see and value the the briny. The toss one's hat in the ring includes three IMAX® films, a idiot box series, a drawing card documentary, and a series of novel Online programming—all to be released in collaboration with MacGillivray Freeman Films over the next five years. “To The Arctic” is the first flick show of One Have One The Briny.

SHAUN MacGILLIVRAY (Processor) is Processor and Managing Chief Honcho of MacGillivray Freeman Films and Managing Chief Honcho of the company’s One Have One The Briny toss one's hat in the ring, a multi-year, multi-stage the briny media ambition aimed at restoring the world’s oceans.

Processor of the permit-winsome 3D giantess-box flick “Grand Pass Peril,” MacGillivray is also producing the company’s revealing films: “One Have One Ocean” and Everest: Conquering Decrease Air.”
The son of Academy Award®-nominated filmmaker Greg MacGillivray, Shaun grew up on flick locations all around the have.

To take the breathtaking footage seen in “To The Arctic,” he and the troupe tired more than eight months on setting in the Arctic over a time of four years.

STEPHEN JUDSON (Writer/Editor) has directed five films for IMAX® theatres, including, most recently “The Alps” and “Journey into Marvellous Caves.” He served as a processor, chief honcho, author and essay author on the IMAX® blockbuster “Everest.” Since 1982, Judson has edited all but two of MacGillivray Freeman’s giantess-box films, making him the most wise essay author in the giantess-box sphere. He has written or co-written many MFF films, including the Oscar®-nominated “Dolphins.” He also serves the company’s Corruption President for Putting Out and Place Putting Out.

Before joining the MacGillivray Freeman party, Judson worked as a writer/director/editor in Hollywood, including elongated stints at

ABC and All-Encompassing Studios. A graduate of Yale University with an M.A. from the USC cinema kindergarten, Judson is a colleague of Writer's Guild of America, and the Academy of Mobility Look-Alike Arts and SciencesBRAD OHLUND (Chief Honcho of Photography) has worked in the giantess-box commerce for 25 years. His projects with MacGillivray

Freeman Films encompass “Dolphins,” “Adventures in Eager California,” “Journey Into Marvellous Caves,” “Coral Reef Peril,” “Mystery of the Nile,” “Greece: Secrets of the One-Time,” “Hurricane on the Bayou,” “Grand Pass Adventure” and “Arabia.”

After attending Brooks Initiate of Photography in Santa Barbara, California, Ohlund began his job with the exemplar flick “To Fly!” Since then, his lascivious and mixed assignments have included filming underwater reefs in the South Pacific and primal tribes in New Guinea and Borneo. He has filmed from a skid through the eye of a typhoon and captured on IMAX® flick the turbulence of an approaching tornado.

STEVE WOOD (Composer) has been scoring films with Greg MacGillivray since MacGillivray’s surfing cult exemplar “Five Summer Stories,” in 1975. Since then, Wood has worked on more than 20 giantess-box IMAX® films, including “The Living Sea,” “To Fly!,” “The Voodoo of Escape,” “Everest,” “Dolphins,” “Greece: Secrets of the One-Time,” “Hurricane on the Bayou” “The Alps” and “Arabia,” and “Grand Pass Adventure” with Dave Matthews Combo Unite. He worked with Distress on both “The Living Sea” and “Dolphins,” and with George Harrison on “Everest.”
Wood has been honored with six GSCA Flick Victory Awards for Best Soundtrack, which is presented by The Giantess Box Cinema Association.


Production Companies

MacGillivray Freeman Films
Warner Bros.


IMAX (2012) (USA) (phoney)
La Géode (2012) (France) (phoney)
Warner Bros. Extravaganza (2012) (Canada) (phoney)

Meryl Streep ... Annalist (decision)

Produced by
Greg MacGillivray .... producer
Shaun Macgillivray .... producer
Christopher N. Palmer .... co-foreman producer

Novel Music by
Paul McCartney
Steve Wood

Cinematography by
Brad Ohlund

Flick Editing by
Stephen Judson

Sensible Department
Steve Bartkowicz .... sensible re-recording engineer
Kerry Ann Carmean .... sensible effects editor
Andrew DeCristofaro .... supervising sensible editor
Nerses Gezalyan .... sensible mixer
Peter Staubli .... sensible effects editor
Bruce Tanis .... sensible effects editor
Gayle Wesley .... first unite with sensible editor

Visual Effects by
Ines Baumgartner .... generalist
Richard Bendo .... stereoscopic compositor
Edith Clara .... generalist
Edith Clara .... matchmove lead
Edith Clara .... tracking lead
Alan De Castro .... stereoscopic compositor: Sassoon Flick Design
Sarah Delucchi .... matchmove artist
Jason DeParis .... matchmove artist
Jason DeParis .... visual effects artist
Javier Gallego .... compositor
Paul Haman .... matchmove administrator: Sassoon Flick Design
Philip Joslin .... hero compositor
Impression Thomas Kronstein .... essay: Sassoon Flick Design
Rosella Lucherino .... stereoscopic compositor
Mitchell Marciales .... matchmove artist
Alan G. Markowitz .... visual effects producer
Michael Milano .... stereoscopic compositor
Gregory Nazarian .... stereoscopic compositor
Shahriar Rahman .... compositor
Michael Roderick .... visual effects supervisor
Craig Edward Rogers Jr. .... flick recording
Tumi Rufai .... stereoscopic compositor
Jeremy Schichtel .... visual effects artist
Jeremy Son .... digital compositor
Michael Spitzmiller .... compositing hero: Sassoon Flick Design
Sarah D. Vigil .... rotoscope artist (stereoscopic conversion)
Holly Wenger .... matchmove lead
Holly Wenger .... tracking lead
Dane Wylie .... visual effects artist
Borislava Zahova .... stereoscopic compositor

Camera and Electrical Department
Zach Permit .... first unite with camera

Essay Department
Tim Amick .... unite with editor
Todd Baillere .... disputatious cutter
Jason E. Paul .... unite with editor
Jason Stearns .... first unite with editor
Toby Wallwork .... unite with editor

Music Department
Alejandro de la Llosa .... music administrator (uncredited)

Other crew
Plaque Bartlett .... distribution
Jordan Burbank .... putting out unite with: Sassoon Flick Design


Box Office

Fissure Weekend:$270.228 (USA) (20 April 2012)
Disgusting:$12.806.247 (USA) (14 June 2013)

*Title.....................: IMAX To The Arctic 2012
*Genre.....................: Documentary | Short
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