The Spectre, located 86 degrees south latitude, just 2,020 meters high, was only discovered in 1934 by explorers and wasn’t named until the 1980s. In the winter of 2017, Leo Houlding from Britain, Jean Burgun from France, and Mark Sedon from New Zealand make plans to climb this mountain located in the furthest corners of the earth. What makes this expedition different is that only the 'power of nature' is used to travel 1,600 km with 200kg of equipment to get there. Their 60 days of adventure using skis and wind above a frozen ocean is spread across the vast screen. (LEE Young-jun)
[Screening Information]-UMFF On Air (Online Screening) / 10.23 ~ 11.01 (10 days) / World-wide Open
Alastair LEE, Leo HOULDING
Alastair Lee is British adventure filmmaker with more awards to his name than any other. He has partnered Leo Houlding on many projects, this time Alastair was not present on the expedition so Leo directed on the ice during and Alastair cut the film back in the UK.