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Diss Film Society's chilling night out

PUBLISHED: 10:04 19 November 2009 | UPDATED: 11:19 12 July 2010

Diss Film Society at The Park Hotel is showing Antactic documentary Encounters at the End of the World, (PG) on Monday at 8pm.

Filmmaker Werner Herzog travelled to Antarctica to capture its extraordinary landscape, living with the scientists at McMurdo station during five months of perpetual light.

Diss Film Society at The Park Hotel is showing Antactic documentary Encounters at the End of the World, (PG) on Monday at 8pm.

Filmmaker Werner Herzog travelled to Antarctica to capture its extraordinary landscape, living with the scientists at McMurdo station during five months of perpetual light. He explored the nature of life and the possibility of its extinction with beauty, music, remarkable insights into the natural world and the human condition, and humour - much of it from the very interesting range of people who find themselves out in the cold.

Admission £4; members £3; students £2.

See www.dissfilmsociety.com for details of the new season and membership.


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