Oceans and Ice Screening – Free screening Glenorchy

oceanplanet, April 16th 2014
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Date(s) - 16/04/2014
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Glenorchy Civic Center


Here is your free opportunity to watch the award winning Oceans and Ice movie

For your viewing pleasure, we will be screening Chasing Ice and Stories and some short inspiring and challenging Tasmanian films followed by a few short and interactive speakers and Q & A session.

The Films
Chasing Ice is a visually breathtaking film about one man’s mission to gather undeniable evidence on climate change. The images he has captured will amaze you, his story and dedication will inspire you.

Stories from the Sea (BOFA 2013) is a compilation of short stories about the Tasmanian seas as they once were, through the eyes of wise old sea dogs . “A must see for every Tasmanian”

Seating is limited so reserve your seats below and remember to bring cash for drinks

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Bookings are closed for this event.

  • Luke

    2013-11-20 10:37:34
    This film is increadible!! It brings glaciers to life in a rather shocking way = stunning timelapse photography from fixed cameras shows the massive retreat of glaciers over 2 - 3 years. The film follows the leading man and his crew as they travel the world to deploy and retreive remote cameras. See trailer here: http://www.chasingice.com/
  • oceanplanet

    2013-11-10 21:11:07
    Dear Alice, thank you for raising the issue. We could not agree with you more. Ocean Planet did support the event however we did not organize the balloons and have already passed on grievances about the use of the balloons and asked that they not be used in the future.
  • Alice

    2013-10-29 12:09:31
    I completely support these people showing support for Antarctic environment but handing out balloons. Really? How much do they know about marine conservation and the harmful effects of plastics. Please in the future don't use balloons and read the following links about the damage they do to the environment. http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/society-and-culture/lets-pop-the-helium-balloon-before-we-let-it-go-20111226-1pa00.html http://www.examiner.com/article/balloon-releases-are-detrimental-to-the-environment http://balloonsblow.org/impacts-on-wildlife-and-environment
  • Lynchpin – The Ocean Project – Art Science Collaboration | Stories from the Sea

    2013-03-28 17:05:04
    [...] Message from Ocean Planet: [...]
  • Bessie

    2013-02-22 08:20:59
    “Stories From The Sea | OceanplanetOceanplanet” was indeed in fact enjoyable and beneficial! In todays universe that’s hard to deliver. Thanks, Jarrod
  • Graham

    2012-12-06 10:49:11
    Hi. Does anyone know where I can obtain online the text of Dr Daniel Pauly's talk at the NSW Parliament on Tuesday 3 December 2012? G