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Climate change on film
5:00pm Wednesday 13th February 2013 in News
SWINDON Climate Action Network is joining forces with the Swindon Film Society to show the film Chasing Ice as part of the Swindon Film Festival.
The film, now on general release in the UK, has been critically acclaimed and shortlisted for the Oscars.
It is the story of American photographer James Balog’s mission to gather evidence of climate change in the Arctic. Using time-lapse cameras, his videos shows ancient mountains of ice disappearing in minutes.
SCAN are presenting this film at what is probably its only public showing in Swindon and to mark Climate Week, Britain’s biggest climate change campaign.
This showing will take place at the Central Library, Regent Circus at 7.30pm on March 6.
Admission is free, but to guarantee a seat, tickets need to be booked in advance at the visitor information centre in the Central Library.
To book, email email@example.com or phone 01793 466454.
The film is certificate 12A.
More details can be found at www.swindonclimate.org.uk or on the film’s website at www.chasingice.co.uk