In-Sight Photography Project Brings Award-Winning Climate Change Film to Brattleboro

Join us at Brattleboro’s Latchis Theater -- Sunday, September 24th at 4:00 p.m. -- for a screening of Chasing Ice, the third feature in our film series, “Great Pictures.”

The highly acclaimed film tells the story of a team of photographers that captured the first visual evidence of climate change through time-lapse photography of disappearing glaciers. Its first showing in the Brattleboro area will take place at the Latchis Theater in Brattleboro on Sunday, September 24 at 4 p.m. The film runs 75 minutes and is rated PG-13. Chasing Ice was filmed in Alaska, Bolivia, Canada, Denmark, Greenland and Iceland and has won many awards, including for Excellence in Cinematography at the Sundance Film Festival and Best Adventure Film at the Boulder International Film Festival.   The film, which showcases the ingenious time-lapse photography of award-winning natural environment photographer and author of ICE: Portraits of Vanishing Glaciers, James Balog was produced and directed by cinematographer Jeff Orlowski, whose work has been shown on the National Geographic Channel, CNN, NBC, and has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Time, Popular Mechanics and on NPR.   In-Sight asks for a donation at the door of $10 with a suggested student donation of $5. All proceeds go to support In-Sight scholarships for participants in all its programs that for 25 years have been offered without regard for ability to pay.  

The highly acclaimed film tells the story of a team of photographers that captured the first visual evidence of climate change through time-lapse photography of disappearing glaciers. Its first showing in the Brattleboro area will take place at the Latchis Theater in Brattleboro on Sunday, September 24 at 4 p.m. The film runs 75 minutes and is rated PG-13.

Chasing Ice was filmed in Alaska, Bolivia, Canada, Denmark, Greenland and Iceland and has won many awards, including for Excellence in Cinematography at the Sundance Film Festival and Best Adventure Film at the Boulder International Film Festival.  

The film, which showcases the ingenious time-lapse photography of award-winning natural environment photographer and author of ICE: Portraits of Vanishing Glaciers, James Balog was produced and directed by cinematographer Jeff Orlowski, whose work has been shown on the National Geographic Channel, CNN, NBC, and has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Time, Popular Mechanics and on NPR.  

In-Sight asks for a donation at the door of $10 with a suggested student donation of $5. All proceeds go to support In-Sight scholarships for participants in all its programs that for 25 years have been offered without regard for ability to pay.