Silent Movie Day 9.29

South: ErnEst Shackleton and the Endurance Expedition (1919)

The Original Film of the 1914-16 Expedition

“Not a life lost and we have been through hell!”

Ernst Shackleton

When Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton set sail into the Antarctic on August 8, 1914, he was already considered an explorer extraordinaire around the globe. With an eye for profit down south, Shackleton hired experienced cameraman Frank Hurley to join him on a brave journey across the South Pole…but within 80 miles of land, they found themselves and their ship trapped amongst heavily packed ice. What followed this moment of low is one of the greatest adventure stories ever told and an unbelievable tale of survival, available now through the release of SOUTH: ERNEST SHACKLETON AND THE ENDURANCE EXPEDITION.


Year 1919

Running Time 88

Genre Silent, Adventure, Documentary, History

MPAA Rating Not Rated

Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton

Directed by
Frank Hurley

Admission & Prices

General Admission $9

*Prices subject to service charge