Opens Apr 5, 2013
Featuring some of the year's most astonishing images, this Sundance prize-winning film documents the work of James Balog, an acclaimed National Geographic photographer who was skeptical of climate change until he embarked on a trip to Iceland and saw the damage with his own eyes. While there, he developed The Extreme Ice Survey, an ambitious time-lapse project that captures years' worth of photographic evidence of the world's changing glaciers.
"This amazingly beautiful, and amazingly frightening, documentary captures the immediacy of what climate change is doing to the Arctic landscape." (Joe Neumaier, New York Daily News)