Wednesday, January 16, 2013


From My Good Friend, Martin. Have at it:

I've just received free promotional tickets though an environmental group (Green Drinks - for a critically acclaimed environmental documentary called "Chasing Ice" that I think will prove to be an important film and an Oscar contender. Use the instructions below to get tickets for shows this weekend:

Chasing Ice is an environmental documentary film, listed in the top 15 best documentaries for the Oscars, coming to Manhattan/New York City, January 18-24!
"You've never seen images like this: it deserves to be seen and felt on the big screen." - Robert Redford
Generous support of a grant from the Kendeda Fund is allowing people to see the film for  free to support education and outreach. This program features a limited number of  complimentary tickets, on an invitational basis, to openings in select cities - including Manhattan/New York City!

To claim your complimentary tickets, please click on the below link and use the below group code.


Please feel free to distribute this offer to staff, students, volunteers, board members, donors, friends and family.

Chasing Ice follows acclaimed photographer James Balog on an epic journey as he deploys time-lapse cameras at glaciers around the world. His hauntingly beautiful images compress years into seconds, capturing ancient mountains of ice in motion. This revolutionary imagery reveals ice disappearing at a breathtaking rate.  Journeying across the brutal Arctic with a team of young adventurers, Balog risks everything to capture the biggest story facing humanity.

After premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, where it won the award for Excellence in Cinematography, Chasing Ice has gone on to screen at more than 50 festivals around the world, winning 23 awards from international audiences, and been released nationwide in select cities. To learn more, check out and view the trailer.

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