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Into the Arctic II (2011)

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For years, artist Cory Trepanier has explored and painted some of the most wild places in Canada. Few have walked into these landscapes. Even fewer have captured them on canvas. Now, he's ... See full summary »

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Cory Trepanier

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Cory Trepanier
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Cory Trepanier ... Himself - Host
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For years, artist Cory Trepanier has explored and painted some of the most wild places in Canada. Few have walked into these landscapes. Even fewer have captured them on canvas. Now, he's going further. Into a breathtaking Arctic wilderness to experience and paint a land that might never be the same again. Into The Arctic. Three months of filming. A dozen arctic locations, many which have never painted or filmed before. Join Cory as he brings his fresh perspective to the hidden treasures at the top of the world. Experience the majesty of the north through stunning cinematography and the dramatic experiences of a passionate artist. Take a journey of adventure and discovery... deep Into The Arctic. Written by Cory Trepanier

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Canada

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English

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1 September 2011 (Canada) See more »

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CAD100,000 (estimated)
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Campside Productions See more »
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Dolby Digital

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16:9 HD
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Into the Arctic II
26 February 2013 | by lizz74See all my reviews

This movie was a wonderful adventure for anyone to see. As a painter myself, I couldn't believe what Cory went through from carrying such heavy backpacks with his supplies, to setting up in such extreme conditions to wait for the right lighting to paint, then dealing with creatures who may interfere with his efforts like polar bears, wolves and a horrible amount of mosquitoes.( I loved the scene with the wolves!) I liked "meeting" the people that guided Cory and their unique living situations. The scenery was amazing and I thought the dialogue was charming and natural. To see the works of art that were produced as a result of this expedition was a treat in itself.

I feel like everyone should watch this movie so they can discover the beauty of the Canadian north in a way that may not be possible for most of us to ever see. In our wildest imaginations we could probably never conger up the beauty that Cory captured for us in his film and paintings. They should show this film in school so our children can discover and be proud of a less explored part of our country. It's beauty deserves to be seen by all.


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