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Chasing Ice

(DVD - 2013 )
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
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Chronicles the efforts of nature photographer James Balog to document the receding of the Solheim glacier in Iceland, a consequence of climate change and global warming, in which strategically placed cameras would take one picture every hour for three years.
Title: Chasing ice
[videorecording]
Publisher: [New York] : Docuramafilms : Distributed in the U.S. by Cinedigm Entertainment, c2013
Edition: Widescreen
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 75 min) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in
Statement of Responsibility: Submarine Deluxe ; an Exposure production in association with Diamond Docs ; directed and produced by Jeff Orlowski ; produced by Jerry Aronson, Paula Dupré Pesmen ; executive producers, David J. Cornfield and Linda A. Cornfield ; written by Mark Monroe
Notes: Documentary
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2012
"Bonus materials not rated"--Container
Extra features: Film festival Q&As -- Making chasing ice -- Updated science
Number of discs, special features, and language options may vary by copy
Summary: Chronicles the efforts of nature photographer James Balog to document the receding of the Solheim glacier in Iceland, a consequence of climate change and global warming, in which strategically placed cameras would take one picture every hour for three years.
Branch Call Number: DVD 551.312 CHASING
Country of Producing Entity: United States
Credits: Edited by Davis Coombe ; music by J. Ralph ; original song "Before my time", music and lyrics by J. Ralph, performed by Scarlett Johansson and Joshua Bell ; director of photography, Jeff Orlowski ; time-lapse direction and still photography by James Balog ; executive producers, David J. Cornfield and Linda A. Cornfield.
Performers: Featuring James Balog, Svavar Jónatansson, Adam LeWinter, Tad Pfeffer, Jason Box.
System Details: DVD; NTSC, Region 1; widescreen presentation; Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
Other Language: In English with optional subtitles in Chinese, Danish, English, Finnish, French (international), French (Canadian), Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish; closed-captioned in English
Subject Headings: Sólheimajökull (Iceland) Glaciers Iceland Sólheimajökull Extreme Ice Survey Global warming Climatic changes Environmental aspects Photography in environmental monitoring Iceland Chronophotography Iceland Balog, James Cambios climatológicos Aspectos ambientales. bidex
Genre/Form: Documentary films
Nonfiction films
Feature films
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Topical Term: Glaciers
Global warming
Climatic changes
Photography in environmental monitoring
Chronophotography
Cambios climatológicos
Publisher No: 505476 Docuramafilms
1107047 Docuramafilms
NNVG291070 Docuramafilms
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Chronicles the astounding efforts of nature photographer James Balog to document the receding of the Solheim glacier in Iceland, a consequence of climate change and global warming, in which strategically placed cameras take one picture every hour for three years.


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May 27, 2014
  • real_thing rated this: 4.5 stars out of 5.

this is cool

May 24, 2014
  • gemini07 rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

A meeting of science and visual arts....phenomenal.

Mar 10, 2014
  • Beltane rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

Stunning cinematography and glacial science combines to verify climate change. A passionate undertaking of physical, mental and spiritual stamina reveals a story that needs to be told. Beautiful stills and footage of our planets geographical history gone forever have been caputured on celluloid and are shown in this film. The story teaches, not preaches. James Balog and courageous crew have shown climate change in real time and presented the ugliness of it all in a beautifully, cinematic format.

Nov 05, 2013
  • Bill_R rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

This movie has wonderful glacier and ice photography: stills, time lapse, video. It has the largest calving event recorded on film, a 300 foot high by 3 mile wide tidewater section broke up a mile deep. There are images of ice sheets and glaciers under stars, sun and northern lights. The time lapse sequences reveal glaciers as living creatures, covering several years of advance-retreat.

Its also an inspiring human story about the experienced photographer and his young crew about the commitment and challenges to capture these images.

There is some science but the message is in seeing real glaciers not charts. The photographer was a "climate skeptic" 20 years ago but has found the evidence of change to be overwhelming.

Sep 18, 2013
  • joseph rated this: 2.5 stars out of 5.

Fair - beautifully shot documentary; the message is clear from the first 5 minutes. The rest of the film is to feast on the visuals. .

Jul 16, 2013
  • ravenheart rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

This extraordinarily impressive undertaking yields very telling photographic proof of global warming for anyone that is still being fooled by corporate propaganda telling you it doesn't exist. And even more importantly, it also captures the scary speed at which it's happening.

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