GREENLAND MELTING: A Walk-Around Virtual Reality Film
Directed by Catherine Upin, Julia Cort, Raney Aronson-Rath, and Nonny de la Peña
Greenland’s glaciers are melting faster and faster. To understand why, and what this might mean for the rest of the world, FRONTLINE and NOVA — two of PBS’s flagship series based at WGBH — teamed up with Emblematic Group, X-Rez Studio and Realtra to bring this story to life as never before.
GREENLAND MELTING provides a rare, up-close view of icy arctic scenery that’s disappearing faster than predicted. The team gained unique access to NASA scientists as they conducted groundbreaking research into a transforming landscape with ramifications for the entire world. Using cutting-edge technology to create a state- of-the-art immersive piece, GREENLAND MELTING allows viewers to experience being in Greenland – standing in the water in front of a glacier, flying at low altitudes over some of the world’s most stunning scenery, and diving beneath the ocean’s surface to see what NASA’s studies are revealing.
FILM INSTALLATION HOURS:
Thursday, March 22: 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Friday, March 23: 4pm – 7pm
Saturday, March 24: 12pm – 6pm
Sunday, March 25: 12pm – 4pm