The Last Glaciers
The most comprehensive film ever produced about the relationship between climate change, mountain environments, and glaciers.
Filmed over four years in twelve countries, The Last Glaciers captures the fragility of the natural world, the impact humans have on our life support systems and the friendship, personal challenges and tragedies experienced by the explorers during their journey.
This film is a code red wake-up call that distills the dense science on climate change in to an easy to understand and visual journey of the facts. Shot on cinematic cameras, its message is simple: we must protect and restore our life support systems before they completely collapse.
New York International Children's Film Festival, New York, NY