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Review: Chasing Ice — Spectacular images, chilling realization Special

Nashville - Whether or not you are a fan of documentary movies, and even if you don't believe in climate change, the powerfully stunning videography of "Chasing Ice" makes this documentary worth the price of admission.
Digital Journal Report by Greta McClain - 2 comments

Video captures largest iceberg break-up ever filmed

A video clip of a new film captures the moment an iceberg in Greenland begins to calve, making it the largest iceberg calving ever to be captured on film.
In the Media by Greta McClain - 3 comments
 

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Chasing Ice B: Rappelling into Survey Canyon  looking down at moulin channel dropping meltwater 2000...
Jeff Orlowski/Extreme Ice Survey
Chasing Ice B: Rappelling into Survey Canyon, looking down at moulin channel dropping meltwater 2000 vertical feet into crevasses through Greenland Ice Sheet. EIS director, James Balog, is shown. Photograph by Jeff Orlowski/Extreme Ice Survey © 2009 Extreme Ice Survey
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Chasing Ice A: 2.12.08 | Iceland/Svínafellsjökull Glacier. Jeff Orlowski  provides scale in a mass...
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Chasing Ice A: 2.12.08 | Iceland/Svínafellsjökull Glacier. Jeff Orlowski, provides scale in a massive landscape of crevasses on the Svínafellsjökull Glacier in Iceland. Photograph by James Balog, © 2008 James Balog/Extreme Ice Survey
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The movie poster for Chasing Ice in front of Nashville s Belcourt Theater.
The movie poster for Chasing Ice in front of Nashville's Belcourt Theater.
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Chasing Ice F: James Balog hangs off cliff by Columbia Glacier  Alaska to install time-lapse camera....
Tad Pfeffer/Extreme Ice Survey
Chasing Ice F: James Balog hangs off cliff by Columbia Glacier, Alaska to install time-lapse camera. Photograph by Tad Pfeffer/Extreme Ice Survey © 2007 Extreme Ice Survey
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