See a special sneak peak of scenes from "Carbon Nation" an upcoming documentary about climate change. "Carbon Nation" will be an optimistic (and witty) discovery of what people are already doing, what we as a nation could be doing and what the world needs to do to prevent (or at least slow down) the impending climate crisis. Here's the great news we will share with our audience: we already have the technology to combat most of the worst-case scenarios of climate change, and it's also very good business as well. We want to inspire the great portion of Americans that know there's a problem, but don't know what they can do - and don't realize they need to act now.
Peter Byck, Director and Producer of the documentary, will talk about the project and show about 20 minutes of clips from the film, followed by a dialogue with the audience about the film and the topic of climate change. Peter Byck has over 20 years experience as a director and editor. His first documentary “Garbage” won the South by Southwest Film Festival. (It screened in scores of festivals in the U.S. and Europe and played at the Museum of Modern Art and Lincoln center). The Christian Science Monitor wrote about "Garbage": “One part ‘Roger and Me,’ one part ‘60 Minutes,’ and one part ‘This Is Spinal Tap,’ stitched together with a sense of witty serendipity.”
Location:Carnegie Center for Art and History
201 East Spring St.
New Albany, IN 47150