National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) teachers have a unique opportunity to request complimentary tickets for showings of the new documentary "Chasing Ice" at Chez Artiste in Denver, November 23-29th.
"Chasing Ice," one of the biggest environmental films of the year, follows acclaimed environmental photographer James Balog to the Arctic where he captures time-lapse images of the world's changing glaciers in the face of climate change. University of Colorado Boulder professors served on a team of science advisors for the film, including Jim White who is featured in our Learn More about Climate (LMAC) video series.
Chasing Ice has won nearly 20 awards at film festivals around the world, including: The Sundance Film Festival – Excellence in Cinematography Award: US Documentary and the Environmental Media Association’s 22nd Annual Best Documentary Award. For more information about the film and to watch the trailer, visit http://www.chasingice.com/
Ticket requests are fulfilled on a first-come, first served basis and admission is not guaranteed. To request tickets, fill out the form at http://bit.ly/icetickets. Please use the code "COLOED" on the request form.