Antarctica - The White Continent

Director of Photography: Sean O'Sullivan

Antarctica is a continent of superlatives; the highest, the driest, the coldest, the most remote. This is the White Continent, a land of unending beauty and unrelenting extremes. It is harsh and unforgiving, yet tender and fragile.

By an odd twist of the fate the most dangerous land in our world is also the most endangered. The Antarctic is the least inhabited place on earth but it is also may be the continent that is most affected by human activity. The reality of climate change is everywhere.

Our world is interconnected and so the changes documented in Antarctica’s simple ecosystem foreshadow the effects of climate change on the more complex and complicated global bionetwork. Antarctica is our early warning system and the message is loud and clear. If climate change is affecting the ends of the earth then there will be a pronounced impact at its’ core. And that’s where the nearly 7 billion people who inhabit planet earth call home. But it’s not too late.

The White Continent: Climate Change and Antarctica is a stunning high definition portrayal of the beauty and bounty, conflict and challenges facing the world’s most remote region. Produced with unprecedented access to renowned scientists and researchers, intrepid Antarctic explorers and veteran expedition leaders, The White Continent includes rare access to the United States Antarctic Programs’ Palmer Station and epic scenes of the world’s last frontier. 

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World of Wealth

Director of Photography: Sean O'Sullivan

Change and flux in the world of commerce.

Damon Redfern presents from St Petersburg, Russian Federation.

Resource Media for Discovery Canada.

Looking for a Monster

Director of Photography: Sean O'Sullivan

The short life of Hanusch Hachenburg 1930-43.

Playwright and savant. Perished in the Holocaust. Filming in Prague, Tereisenstadt and Auschwitz.

For Gary Friedman Productions, Sydney.

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What the Future

Director of Photography: Sean O'Sullivan

What the FutureWTF Episode 2 - Looking for Change

Location: Kenya

Fifth generation mobile phone technology is changing everything in Africa. Digital money can buy virtually anything in Kenya.

Nairobi, Kenya. Warren ‘shops till he drops’ using MPESA – the African mobile payments system that is leading the world. On his travels he stumbles upon an “oasis in the slums” and the Lord tells him to drink the ‘exquisite’ mineral water.

Lets Shop: Cape Town

Director of Photography: Sean O'Sullivan

Lets Shop

Let’s Shop is a global adventure in taste, style and exploration.

Hosted by the charming and elegant Cheryll Gillespie, Let’s Shop is a whirlwind tour of the most exclusive, exciting and famous shopping destinations the world has to offer.

Cheryll heads to the Dark Continent to immerse herself in the mix of many cultures and beauty that is South Africa while discovering indigenous arts, high-end home furnishings, and unique fashions.

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