Left to right, producer and director Anne Aghion, director of photography Sylvestre Guidi, and sound recordist Richard Fleming, filming the snakes of snow in the wind, on the sea ice not far from Scott's Hut at Cape Evans.

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Ice People Press Photo Andrew Asher and Michiel Lofton, the two riggers featured in Ice People by Anne Aghion, climb a wind generator tower to fix it after the six months of winter darkness. This shot was taken as the sun is rising. The film was shot over a four-month period in Antarctica. © Dry Valleys Productions.


Ice People Press Photo In this scene from Ice People, by Anne Aghion, Dr. Allan Ashworth (Left) and Dr. Adam Lewis, two geologists, are looking for fossils in the Dry Valleys of Antarctica. The film was shot over a four-month period in Antarctica. © Dry Valleys Productions.


Ice People Press Photo Kelly Gorz (right) and Andrew Podoll (left) the two North Dakota State University geology undergraduates featured in Ice People, a film by Anne Aghion, which was shot over a four month period in Antarctica. Photo by Peter Rejcek - The Antarctic Sun. © Dry Valleys Productions


Ice People Press Photo Dr. Allan Ashworth, from North Dakota State University, seen here coming out of his tent in the Dry Valleys of Antarctica. Ashworth is one of the geologists featured in Ice People, a film by Anne Aghion, which was shot over a four month period in Antarctica. Photo by Adam Lewis. © Dry Valleys Productions


Ice People Press Photo Director Anne Aghion with geologist Dr. Allan Ashworth at their camp in the Friis Hills in the Dry Valleys of Antarctica during the shoot of Ice People, which took place over a four month period. Photo by Peter Rejcek - The Antarctic Sun. © Dry Valleys Productions


Ice People Press Photo The four geologists featured in Ice People by Anne Aghion on a hike to go find fossils and volcanic ash, with Taylor glacier in the background. Left to right, Dr. Adam Lewis, Kelly Gorz, Dr. Allan Ashworth, and Andrew Podoll. The film was shot over a four-month period in Antarctica. © Dry Valleys Productions


Ice People Press Photo Dr. Adam Lewis, one of the four geologists featured in Ice People by Anne Aghion. In this scene, Lewis holds a spoon full of volcanic ash he has just found in the Dry Valleys of Antarctica where he was conducting research. © Dry Valleys Productions


Ice People Press Photo Anne Aghion on the shoot of Ice People - Director Anne Aghion seen here on the sea ice near McMurdo station, during the filming of Ice People, which was shot over a four-month period in Antarctica. Photo by Sylvestre Guidi. © Dry Valleys Productions.


Ice People Press Photo Anne Aghion on the shoot of Ice People -Director Anne Aghion during the filming of Ice People, which was shot over a four-month period in Antarctica. Photo by Richard Fleming. © Dry Valleys Productions.


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"Ice People takes you to scientists' extreme lab... the film portrays the cold, grueling, sometimes backbreaking work of four American geologists in search of 14-million-year-old fossils." - Doyle Rice, USA TODAY (pdf)

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