No Horizon Anymore
The first full-length release from Daliborka Films, 'No Horizon Anymore' chronicles a year spent living and working at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. Shut off from the rest of the world for a full year, the 43 station personnel must live and work in harmony in order to survive the harshest, darkest place on the earth. Filmed entirely at or en route to South Pole Station, 'No Horizon Anymore' offers the viewer a glimpse into a rare world where people are at their best...and at their worst.
'No Horizon Anymore' was filmed in 2009 and made its film festival debut in 2012. During its year on the festival circuit, it screened 16 times around the world including at festivals in Germany, New Zealand, and Hollywood California. Awards included Best Documentary, Audience Choice and Festival Favorite.