The United Nations
World Environment Day 2010

Faces of Globalization, The Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival and
the Steinbrenner Institute present a special screening of

A Sea Change (US, 2009)
Documentary
Directed by Barbara Ettinger

McConomy Auditorium at Carnegie Mellon University
Saturday, April 24, 2010 7:15-9:30pm
Regular Admission: $7/ Student Admission: $4
Panel discussion and reception to follow

Awards  
• Honolulu International Film Festival Aloha Accolade Award
• Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival Official Selection
• Seattle International Film Festival Official Selection
• Kosovo International Documentary Film Festival- Best Green Film
• FICA International Environmental Film Festival- Grand Prize, Feature Documentary
• Cottonwood Environmental Film Festival- Dumosa Award for Best Coastal Film
• Polar Film Festival- Best Nordic Country Film.


It’s one thing to face an aquarium of water with your grandchild and answer his curiosities. It’s another thing to face the immense ocean and understand the consequences of humanity’s disregard.  In this documentary directed by his wife, Sven Huseby does both.  As he embarks on a journey to answer his questions about the rising acidity of the oceans and what the sea change will mean for mankind, he corresponds with his grandson. Huseby’s quest takes him to Alaska, California, Washington and Norway to interview oceanographers, marine biologists, climatologists and artists to arrive at the core of the worldwide crisis of which most people are unaware:  global warming is only half the story of the environmental catastrophe that awaits us.  However, for the sake of his grandson Elias and grandchildren all over, Huseby asks, is it too late or can we remedy our negligence?

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