Acclaimed photographer James Balog was once a skeptic about climate change. But through his Extreme Ice Survey, he discovers undeniable evidence of our changing planet.

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  • "You've never seen images like this before.. It deserves to be seen and felt on the big screen" – Robert Redford
  • "A magical, yet horrifying film which both astounds and enlightens in equal measure." 5Cine Vue
  • "If any film can convert the climate-change sceptics, Chasing Ice would be it: here, seeing really is believing." 4The Guardian
  • "This Oscar-shortlisted picture is starkly beautiful, alarming and important." 4The Times
  • "The term ‘game changer’ barely does the film justice, and the big screen is just the place to see it in all its ominous splendour. " 4Time Out
  • "Visually spectacular montages of ice floes receding that will make you gasp and move you to tears." 4Total Film
  • "Chasing Ice is an incredibly fascinating documentary. This is not to be missed. " 4View London
  • "A project of heroic, Herzogian endeavour." 4The Financial Times
  • "This Oscar-shortlisted picture is starkly beautiful, alarming and important. " 4The Sunday Times
  • "The results are sensational in their beauty, terror and the irrefutable evidence they provide " – The Observer

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