The Arctic: Our Last Great Wilderness
Imagine a vast, wild, and magical place in the far north of Alaska where one of earth’s greatest natural spectacles unfolds. Discover a land that has evolved intact and untamed since the beginning of time, a world few have truly seen until now. Join National Geographic photographer Florian Schulz to experience this special place worth protecting.
Filmmaker: Florian Schulz
Running Time: 45 mins
Florian Schulz’s work has produced not only stunning images but entire conservation campaigns to help protect the last wild places on our planet. Florian is a National Geographic photographer and accomplished speaker who has been prized with titles such as “Environmental Photographer of the Year.” Published by Braided River, he authored the award-winning book “To The Arctic,” amongst other titles.
The Arctic: Our Last Great Wilderness is his first cinematic film where he is also the Director of Photography.
Originally from Germany, Schulz lives with his wife Emil and his two children Nanuk and Silvan between Anchorage, Alaska and La Paz, Baja California, close to the wild places he loves to film.