World Premiere of Film on the Oceans and Climate Change at DC Environmental Film Festival
The screening takes place at
The Film’s Genesis & Story Line
The next step? Huseby and his partner and wife, the award-winning director
Sven’s travels are interwoven with a tapestry of wilderness on land and beneath the ocean’s surface, making visible what is so often invisible. Followed by the camera of cinematographer
Huseby is the means by which the audience encounters the problem of ocean acidification and begins to understand the issue and its possible solutions. Driving his voyage is his concern for his five-year-old grandson Elias and what environment legacy he will inherit. The film’s spine and comic relief are the charming, intimate conversations and games between Huseby and Elias.
Many Voices & Experts Weigh in The tone of the film is unavoidably dark at times. Asked if we are “screwed,” Dr.
Interviewees include: Dr.
Support for A Sea Change
“A Sea Change is a magnificent synthesis of science and heart.”
“A Sea Change could not be more timely. I believe acidification of our oceans is actually a greater threat to our survival than is temperature or sea level rise, the conventional “global warming” threats. Acidification is confusing and difficult to even imagine for most people–we need your film.”
The Crew of A Sea Change
Director Ettinger’s first film Martha and Ethel screened at the Sundance Film Festival and was distributed theatrically by Sony Pictures Classics. Her most recent film, Two Square Miles, was co-produced with Huseby through their company Niijii Films, and aired nationally on PBS’s Independent Lens in
Co-producing the project is
Niijii Films raised more than
For more information visit www.aseachange.net.
SOURCE Niijii Films, Inc.