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For Sebastian’s Latest Activities, Also Check His Other Sites!

June 2, 2019 8:08am

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Hello! If have landed on this site looking for Sebastian’s historical expedition activities, you are in the right place.

If, however, you are surprised by the date of the latest blog and are looking for more current information, you may want to visit one of these additional sites:

The Last Great March details Sebastian and Mark’s crossing of the Simpson desert in 2016 and failed attempt at the North Pole in 2017

Sebastian Copeland Fine Art details Sebastian’s photographic activities and currently features his major public exhibition in Paris on the gates of the Luxembourg building.

Thanks for your interest!


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Bonjour!
Si vous visitez ce site en espérant trouver des informations sur les aventures de Sebastian, vous êtes à la bonne adresse!

Cependant, si vous êtes surpris(e) par la date des derniers blogs, et vous cherchez des informations plus récentes, vous pouvez visiter les sites suivants:

The Last Great March couvre la traversée du desert du Simpson en Australie en 2016 ainsi que la tentative frustrée pour le pôle nord sans support.

Sebastian Copeland Fine Art est les site dédié aux activités photographique de Sebastian est figure son exposition importante sur les grilles des jardins du Luxembourg à Paris.

Merci de votre soutien!

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“Into The Cold” Named Top 25 Documentaries List for 2013

July 25, 2014 10:46am

Video Librarian Lists Into The Cold one of 2013’s Top Documentaries.

Sebastian Copeland’s North Pole documentary made the coveted Video Librarian’s Top 25 Documentaries List for 2013 alongside Searching For Sugarman and We Steal Secrets: The Story Of Wikileaks. 

Into The Cold–A Journey Of The Soul (2011) retraces two men’s journey on foot to the North Pole to commemorate Admiral’s Peary’s centennial reach in 1909. Directed by Sebastian Copeland, the film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and is now playing on Netfilx in the US, and is available with a special limited edition DVD on this website.

Order it now and get a blanket!

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Into The Cold at The Annenberg Space for Photography

May 13, 2014 12:05am

SEBASTIAN RETURNS TO THE ANNENBERG SPACE FOR PHOTOGRAPHY FOR INTO THE COLD

On May 8th, The Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles screened Sebastian’s North Pole epic documentary about his 2009 mission. The screening, a part of the Annenberg’s Iris Nights,  played to a sold out audience at the Skylight studio. The screening was followed by a Q&A and was reported in this article posted by Liz Kelly for Examiner.com. This was Sebastian’s second presentation at the Annenberg this year. In February, a full presentation of his photographic and advocacy work in the polar regions was attended also by a sold out audience, and can be viewed here.

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Sebastian’s Q&A at the Annenberg Space for Photography on May 8, 2014

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Sebastian Profiled in the LA Review of Books

April 10, 2014 7:03pm

Michael Kurcfeld profiled Sebastian for the latest LA Review of Books (March 2014). The interview was conducted during Sebastian’s solo Antarctica: A Million Faces Of Ice at the Munich Bernheimer Gallery last year. The profile also features a filmed segment which can be seen here.

“Following in the footsteps of Herbert Ponting and Frank Hurley, Sebastian Copeland ventures into the blinding white expanses of both poles, often for weeks at a time, to seek out the wild sculpted beauty of places no human has seen before.” Michael Kurcfeld — LA Review of Books

 

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Sebastian in the March 2014 Issue of Red Bulletin

March 1, 2014 7:02pm

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Into The Cold now available on Netflix

November 21, 2013 5:21pm

As of November, Sebastian’s North Pole adventure film, Into The Cold–A Journey of the Soulcan be seen on demand on Netflix. The film chronicles Sebastian and partner Keith Heger’s centennial reach of the North Pole to commemorate Admiral Peary and team’s 1909 mission. The film premiered at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival and went on to win multiple awards internationally. The Hollywood Reporter called it one of the five Must-See-Films of the festival. It has been released internationally since.

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