It is a land of mystery, yet what happens here affects everyone. With never-before-seen footage, Antarctica brings us to the farthest reaches of this wild and majestic continent. It is the coldest, driest and windiest place on Earth, with the roughest oceans and yet, wonderful creatures thrive here in astounding abundance. 

Dive beneath sea ice, more than six feet thick, to experience the alien world of its seafloor—thousands of purple starfish scuttling to escape being entrapped by growing ice and elaborate jellyfish dancing a deadly dance. Swim alongside playful seals, soar above mountain peaks and vast penguin colonies, and witness the largest congregation of fin and humpback whales ever filmed. 


To book a field trip to see this film at the Fleet Science Center, visit our School Programs site or contact our Education Team.  

A young seal looks at the camera while leaning on a sleeping adult seal's head.
A penguin and leopard seal face off. Both are open mouthed screaming at the other. The penguin is standing on ice and the seal is popped up over the edge of the ice with it's head.
Underwater, with ice above, a cluster of pink and purple sea stars rest on the rocky bottom of the ocean. A large white spider-like crab climbs over the sea stars.
A whale breaching the surface of a grey ocean. There is green land in the background and a streak of a rainbow crosses the top left corner.
Assistive listening devices enhance narration and dialogue and lower sound effects. Ask at the ticket counter.
When you purchase your ticket, tell the associate that you would like to use the complimentary closed-caption service.


No showings scheduled.

Please try a different timeframe.


Sponsor a Seat

Be a part of the Fleet's history and create a legacy