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Wild South: Under the Ice  (1989)

The world's first natural history documentary to be filmed under the Antarctic sea-ice reveals other-worldly beauty of ice-scapes in crystal clear water and a surprisingly rich life with special adaptations to the sub-zero water.

Film credits

Associate Producer: Andrew Penniket
Camera: Paul Donovan
Cameraman: Andrew Penniket
Editor: Peter Simkins
Music: Neville Copland
Narrator: Alan Jarvis
Producer: Neil Harraway
Production Organisation: Television New Zealand - Natural History Unit (TVNZ)
Script: Ulla Ryghe
Script: Phillipa Campbell
Sound: Ian Masterton
Sound: Merv Aitcheson