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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE VIRTUAL ARCADE

UNDER A CRACKED SKY

TFF 2017 Directed by New York Times
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE UNDER A CRACKED SKY [TFF 2017]
Under eight feet of Antarctic sea ice lies the clearest water on Earth. Plunge through a small hole in the ice to dive with seals, explore ice caves, glide past stalactites of frozen seawater and swim over a rocky black seabed crawling with life. Under a Cracked Sky was narrated and photographed by two research divers at McMurdo Station, one of whom has more experience under the ice than anyone else on the planet.

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Under eight feet of Antarctic sea ice lies the clearest water on Earth. Plunge through a small hole in the ice to dive with seals, explore ice caves, glide past stalactites of frozen seawater and swim over a rocky black seabed crawling with life. Under a Cracked Sky was narrated and photographed by two research divers at McMurdo Station, one of whom has more experience under the ice than anyone else on the planet.

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Film Information
Year: 2017
Length: 9 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
Project Creator: The New York Times
Narration and Underwater Cinematography: Rob Robbins, Steven Rupp
Produced by: Jonathan Corum, Graham Roberts
Post Production: Yuliya Parshina-Kottas, Koncept VR
Colorist: Shawn King
Surface Cinematography: Evan Grothjan
Dive Tender: Amy Moran
Other Divers: Jeff Bozanic, John Heine, Brenda Konar, Christian McDonald
Observation Tube: Carolyn Lipke, Beth Beazle
Produced with Support from: National Science Foundation, United States Antarctic Program
Special Thanks to: Peter West, Elaine Hood, Michael Lucibella, Michael Davis, Michael Howse
Contacts

Project Contact
Graham Roberts
The New York Times
New York, NY 10018
Phone: 212 556 7583
graham@nytimes.com

Press Contact
Danielle Rhoades Ha
New York Times
New York, 10018
Phone: 212 556 8719
danielle.rhoades-ha@nytimes.com

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