WMEAC is excited to partner with the UICA to bring Project: ICE to West Michigan on October 20th, 2015!
The WMEAC Film Series is committed to delivering films that educate and engage members and citizens in environmental issues impacting our region; facilitating conversations between issue experts and the community.
Movie description from IMDB: Formed by ice, filled by ice, often covered by ice, the Great Lakes encapsulate human exploration, migration, development and where we’re headed. PROJECT ICE views North America’s fresh water inland ocean through the prism of ice, from the crossroads of history, science and climate change. North America’s five Great Lakes contain a staggering twenty percent of all the fresh water on the planet. Lake Superior by itself holds ten percent of Earth’s fresh water. Our 4K digital cinema cameras explore this shared Canadian-American resource that holds a timely and telling story of geology, human movement, population growth, industrialization, cultural development, recreation and the profound impact people have had on the very environment they cherish and depend upon. Ice sits at the heart of it all.
All films have a $5 suggested donation. Doors open at 7pm, film starts at 7:30pm.