Very excited to hear that our film ‘It’s time to act. NOW’ has been nominated for another short film festival – Germany this time.

All you need to know follows and if you haven’t seen the film yet, then you can watch it here – it’s only 2 minutes!

We hope it’s a film that will keep giving – to those organisations that are already working on protecting the Antarctica and all that is in our Southern Ocean.

The 20th International Short Film Festival Detmold will take place from 19th to 25th August. It will be held at the City Hall Detmold and other locations in the city center, with a livestream running concurrently. The official program will be released in mid-July, and we will let you know when and where our film will be screened. Bruno Zaugg, co-owner of Design-Factory GmBH, the film Producer and Director hopes to be on hand at Detmold and to share this super event with his family.

Why are we happy about this? We want to share our work with a much broader audience, because its all about getting the messages out to as many people as possible, with the hope we can all make changes that will protect Antarctica, South Georgia Island and our Antarctic Southern Ocean.

Here’s the film if you haven’t seen it but first a special thanks to the Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition, the Nature Vision Foundation, the South Georgia Heritage Trust and the UK Antarctic Heritage Trust for contributing. We hope it goes full circle back to them with support and contributions, so they can continue their conservation work.

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The time for us to act is NOW!

One of our most precious continents. Subject to and suffering from the increases in temperatures to both oceans and atmosphere. Such significant consequences to so much and so many, as sea levels rise and the Southern Ocean’s currents change with the ice melt from what is the planet’s greatest freshwater reserve.