I'm excited to attend tonight for the 1st day and screening of the 4th Science Film Festival in the Philippines, its an event by The Goethe-Institut, in partnership with the Department of Education, the Department of Science and Technology, the Department of Energy, the U.S. Embassy, and SM Group. The 4th Science Film Fest will start on November 4-29, 2013.
The fest is also in cooperation with the Philippine Science Youth Club, Quezon City Interactive Science Center/ FELTA Multi-Media Center, Philippine Science Centrum, Museo Pambata, the National Library, and the ASEAN Center for Biodiversity, and the Alliance Française
For the 1st day of the sci film fest, we will screen the docu movie by Jeff Orlowski's award winning docu - Chasing Ice.
I'm interest to see how acclaimed enviromental photographer James Balog in action and how he take all the risk and also doing the job as a photographer for the National Geographic to capture all disappearing landscape of the Arctic, because of Earth's climate change the whole ice land melted in just minutes, all of it will be gone and the memory of the landscape will be stored only in a small memory card of his camera.
The fest is about climate change, renewable energy and sustainability, and films shown will address some solution on how we can safeguard our resources by using science and tech.