The Polar Explorer - World Premiere
There will be 2 screenings on March 15 with a reception between screenings.
Screening Times: 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.
The Polar Explorer (Canada, 2011, 52 min.) World Premiere
Visiting the most remote and mysterious parts of our planet, this documentary presents a complete scientific profile of our rapidly changing Polar Regions. Showcasing the latest climate change discoveries being made in the Arctic and Antarctic, including new life on the ovean seabed and other previously inaccessible areas of the Arctic seas, the film represents years of study and exploration of the Arctic and Antarctic. Following a historic journey featuring the work of 10 of the world's foremost polar scientists who spent 2 weeks crossing the Arctic, the film compares and contrasts their finding with the latest studies being conducted at the other end of the earth - Antarctica. From polar bears and penguins, The Polar Explorer provides an up-to-the minute status report on earth's polar extremes.
Written, directed and produced by Mark Terry.
Reservations must be received by 12:00 noon on March 14. Full names are required for all attendees and government photo identification must be shown. Embassy theatre space is strictly limited. Seating will begin one half hour before screening. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before show time.
Please ensure that you attend the screening you reserved seats for.