Antarctica: A Year on Ice
Reception precedes screening
U.S. Premiere A road trip takes us along the Spanish countryside and into Portugal and France, making stops along the way to meet individuals and collectives that have chosen to live a simpler life. Today, limited natural resources in conjunction with unsustainable economic growth are straining the land’s productivity. Learn about different ways to live and understand life on our fragile planet—and deal with issues such as consumerism, work and how our way of life is impacting the earth. Hear from experts who discuss the need for an alternative way of living that will benefit everyone in society. In Spanish with English subtitles. Directed by Alba González de Molina Soler and Blanca Ordóñez de Tena.
Hosted by Chris Palmer, Director, Center for Environmental Filmmaking, American University. Introduced by Guillermo Corral, Cultural Counselor, Embassy of Spain.
FREE. No reservations required.