Exposure

Holly Morris
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Against all odds and polar advice, a mirthful Muslim chaplain, a shy French biologist, a defiant Qatari princess and eight other women from the Arab World and the West attempt to ski across the melting Arctic sea ice to the North Pole. Director Holly Morris and crew capture the struggle of these audacious explorers, led by veteran polar explorer Felicity Aston, as they navigate everything from frostbite and polar bear threats, to sexism and self-doubt. Ultimately, EXPOSURE is an intimate story of resilience, survival and global citizenry in what may be the last-ever over ice expedition to the North Pole.
Showtimes
Movie Tavern 3
March 27, 2022 1:00 PM
Virtual 3
March 26, 2022 4:30 PM
Project Type: 
Feature
TRT: 
89 mins
Credits: 

Director and Writer: Holly Morris                                                      

Executive Producers: Jason Blum, Sarah Cavanaugh, Susan Capitelli, Rebecca ClearyKim Cleworth, Katy Drake Bettner, Jeremy Gold, Mary Lisio, Amber Sakai, Nancy P. Sanders, Amanda Spain, Marci Wiseman                    

Cinematographers: Kathryn Barrows, Ingeborg Jakobsen                                                                  

Editor: Penelope Falk                                            

Co-Editor: Leah Boatright                                        

Music: Alex Weston

Co-Host for Screenings: Twisted Bodies Pilates and Yoga,  https://www.twistedbodies.com

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