Wednesday, August 25, 2010

WLTDO online!!

Thanks to Polarisen and Mats' effort, you can now view "Who let the dog out" online:

DVD versions still available - email Kim for details.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Who let the dog out - ordering information

The educational movie “Who let the dog out” is now available, free of charge to all Norwegian educational institutions and for a nominal postage-fee of 50NOK to international institutions. To place your order, please email or call 0047 40449110.


Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Arctic Frontiers

The Frozen Five Kim and Ulli are partaking in this week's Arctic Frontiers conference, one of the main events celebrating the success of this year's International Polar Year (IPY).

It is a good opportunity to expose the educational movie "Who Let the Dog Out?" to more people than just the 10 year old students that it's intended for, and we're very happy by the positive feedback it receives.

If you're a teacher interested in receiving a copy of the movie, or organise a presentation in your school, you'll find the Education Leaflet useful.

Happy New Year from the Frozen Five.


Monday, December 08, 2008

Frozen Five photo exhibition in Prague

Another fabulous Frozen Five photo exhibition will be held in Prague from today, 8th of December 2008, to the 31st of January 2009. The exhibition is held in the gallery of the town hall of Prague 2, náměstí Míru 20/600, 1st floor. The exhibition is open to the public Monday and Wednesdays 8-17:30, Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:30-16:00 and Fridays 7:30-14:00. Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Frozen Five Photo Exhibition

This Friday, 13th of June, the Frozen Five Photo Exhibition will be opened in Longyearbyen. Almost exactly to the day of our return to Longyearbyen, the opening of the exhibition will be complemented with the world premiere of the educative movie "Who let the dog out?" and a slideshow by Frozen Fivers Ulli and Kim.

The exhibition will be in Longyearbyen's Science Park (Forskningsparken, a.k.a. UNIS) until end of July 2008, after which it will be moved to the Gallery in Nybyen. It's never been a better time to visit Svalbard :)

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Who let the Dog Out

Almost half a year after the last post we're back! To report that the educational movie filmed by the F5 on Svalbard is in its final review period. This movie, aimed at 12-year old kids around the world, aims to highlight some of the issues that make the Arctic a special place.

At this stage, we're looking for volunteer reviewers of the film. If you're willing to have a look at the movie for us and give us some feedback please get in touch with Kim ( We especially look for younger reviewers that have none of that perfectionism that the adults accumulate over the years ;)

Sunday, October 14, 2007

3 months after...

It's been more than 3 months since we got back to civilisation, and I guess we all agree that the 3 months after the exhibition have been harder than the months during the actual expedition. How does one adjust to living in a place with 4 walls again, a roof on the head and also the joys of being able to make a cup of tea with a press of a single button. Yes, it's difficult to adjust.

But looking back through the movie footage filmed en route, sorting out pictures and giving F5 talks (there was alreasy several at UNIS, plus the F5 Oslo base - UiO and the Czech Embassy of all places) brings back some of the Arctic magic. I hope this will be transmitted to you as well if you attend any of the F5 post-expedition events. These are currently being intensively planned and will be presented on this website soon. Keep checking back in the next few weeks!

Take care out there in the wild wild world, have fun and catch ya around!