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Into The Arctic 3 (PRE-ORDER)

For a decade, the Canadian Arctic has inspired the paintings of artist Cory Trépanier. His expeditions have taken him to some of the most remote landscapes on earth. Now, with a touring exhibition on the horizon, he must return to the Arctic to complete his creative vision.

Over nine weeks, Trépanier covers 25,000 kilometres on his fourth Arctic expedition, experiencing rarely seen vistas in a quest to fill his canvases.

On this journey, he travels the most northerly canoe route in North America, encounters Muskox and Arctic Wolves, treks with an Inuit elder who teaches him ways of living off the land, and paints the 1845 Franklin expedition gravesite at Beechey Island before voyaging through the Northwest Passage.

Into The Arctic 3: The Last Chapter inspires audiences with the lands and people of Canada’s North, and raises critically needed awareness and appreciation for a region undergoing great change.

Length: 90 minutes

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For home viewing.

Cory Trepanier's films have been lauded for their educational value, engaging viewers with Canada's geographical wonders, rich natural heritage, historical encounters, the artist's creative process and much more.

We are now pleased to offer our films for Educational and Institutional usage in Libraries, Universities/ Colleges, Public and Private Schools and Galleries.

The DVD's include Public Performance Rights (PPR) that allow non-theatrical screenings for educational purposes (ie: classrooms). No admission can be charged, screenings may not be open to the public and screening may not be used as fundraisers.

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