Anders Hofman attempts to become the first ever human to complete a long distance triathlon in Antarctica (3.8 km swim, 180 km bike, 42.2 km run), “the Iceman”, to show that limitations are perceptions.
After putting his dreams on hold his entire life, Anders, a management consultant who hates the cold, decides to stop listening to what others tell him he’s capable of.
In this death-defying journey, we witness how Anders conquers his fears, doubts, and adversities as he risks everything in one of the most extreme athletic feats ever attempted.
Project Iceman is a triumph of human potential and spirit, showing that we all can achieve anything we set our minds to.
We decided to release the film in a way that lives up to its message and do something that has never been done before!
After turning down a streaming deal for $1.25 million, we were able to bring Project Iceman to life as a film because 4,212 people from 72 different countries believed in it enough that they put their own money behind it. This allowed us to finish the production of the film and go on a world tour with it, where the film was shared with +7,000 people and now it’s time to share it with the world.
We want it to be accessible to people, especially kids, all over the world, why we will release it FOR FREE on YouTube in December this year!
If you want to watch Project Iceman right now, then you can watch it here on a pay-what-you-can model, meaning that you decide how much you want to pay to watch the film.
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who joined our World Premiere Tour!
The Project Iceman film is a vision by Anders Hofman,
brought to life by Yes Theory, directed by Ammar Kandil,
and backed by 4,212 people from 72 countries,
who all believed in the power of the story and its message.
The fundraiser was launched as a first-of-its-kind NFT project.
The Project Iceman film is a vision
by Anders Hofman, brought to
life by Yes Theory, directed by
Ammar Kandil, and backed by
4,212 believers in the power of
this story from 72 countries.
We launched the fundraiser
as an NFT project.
Spin the globe as you follow Anders' journey
Anders announces Project Iceman and starts training full time for it
Anders finishes 3rd in the Polar Circle Marathon, but fails his first open water ice swim
One failed and one successful ice swim (500m) and he goes for his first bike ride in snow
Anders completes a 1/2 Iceman and sets the record for the northern most triathlon
Anders completes his longest ice swim ever, 2.8 km in a frozen lake
FEB 7, 2020
The team sails off on the 33 day expedition from the southern most city in the world, Ushuaia
FEB 25, 2020
Anders becomes the first ever Iceman of Antarctica.
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