1 December: ‘Not Ok’ film screening and Q&A with Producers Cemene Howe and Dominic Boyer

Sunday 1st, December, 4:30pm – 6pm
Kino Cinemas, 45 Collins Street, Melbourne
Cost: $10

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Glaciers have been distinctive features of the Icelandic landscape ever since human settlement on the island 1200 years ago. But since the early 20th century Iceland’s 400+ glaciers have been melting steadily, now losing roughly 11 billion tons of ice every year; scientists predict that all of Iceland’s glaciers will be gone in 200 years. Iceland’s first named glacier to become the victim of climate change is named “Ok.” Not Ok is its story. Watch the trailer and find out more about the film at: https://www.notokmovie.com/

Speakers: Associate Professor Cymene Howe (Rice University) and Professor Dominic Boyer (Rice University)