For the past eight years, every time its Princeton Public Library organizers brainstormed an annual goal to provoke exploration of their Princeton Environmental Film Festival, they focused on a word or phrase. One year it was "a sense of place." Another time it was "risk."… Bracketed by a March 13 Climate Change Cabaret at the library beginning at 7 p.m. and ending with an April 25 "Let It Go" community yard sale, the film festival includes the world premiere "Antarctic Edge: 70 Degrees South" at The Garden on March 24 at 7 p.m… The documentary is the result of a partnership between the Rutgers University Film Bureau and the Rutgers Institute for Marine and Coastal Sciences that explores the National Science Foundation’s long-term ecological research in the West Antarctic Peninsula. The film follows a team of scientists who are in a race against time to understand the fastest winter-warming place in the world, a location whose ice sheet was declared unstoppable just last year.
/ / / Princeton Environmental Film Festival Offers Free Movies and an Emphasis on the Word ‘Enough’