South 2015: an Antarctic voyage to remember

This film tells the story of the creation of a memorial in St Paul’s Cathedral, monuments at the Scott Polar Research Institute and in the Falkland Islands and an Antarctic voyage to commemorate those Britons who lost their lives since 1944 in Antarctica in the pursuit of science.

  • Graham Morris
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    1 hour 1 minute
  • Completion Date:
    May 15, 2017
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    New Zealand
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    Digital 1080p
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  • Royal Geographical Society
    United Kingdom
    June 14, 2017
    UK premiere
Director Biography - Graham Morris

I was born in England and worked for the BBC for 9 years in radio and film sound. Since 1973 I have lived in New Zealand and worked as a freelance sound recordist. In 2015 I had the opportunity to make a documentary, South 2015, for The British Antarctic Monument Trust. My cousin Jeremy Bailey, a pioneer of ice depth radar, was one of those lost, in an accident in Antarctica in 1965.

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My IMBD biography is Graham Morris (III)