Chasing Ice has screened the film around the world in over 172 countries, 70 universities, over 75 film festivals, the White House and even the United Nations. Creating a film is only half the process. Our team believes it is of equal responsibility for film makers to actively share the film as publicly and to as many diverse audiences as possible.
 
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Chasing Ice Ohio Tour

In Spring of 2014, we launched the Chasing Ice Ohio Tour with the goal to use the film to shift the political conversation around climate change. We focused the tour on one Congressional district, represented by Congressman Pat Tiberi (OH-12), who has been listed as a climate change denier.   Nearly 10,000 people learned about Chasing Ice, 80 collaborating organizations join the movement and hundreds of constituents in the district reached out to the Congressman directly.

In response, Congressman Tiberi shifted his stance on the issue. The Tour serves as a case study for the level of impact that can a film can have to create change on our political system.

Visit www.DearCongressmanTiberi.com and join the Chasing Ice Ohio Tour Page on Facebook

Connect with your Congressman: http://www.opencongress.org/people/zipcodelookup

NOTABLE SCREENINGS & EVENTS

Since our theatrical release in November 2012, Chasing Ice has reached an even greater demographic around the world through various outlets. Not only have we have screened for religious institutions, global corporate and government events, and home screenings, we launched the Chasing Ice Ohio Tour in March.

Chasing Ice has a Netflix rating of 4.5 Stars from 235,000+ ratings. The film has screened in over 172 countries, 70 Universities, over 75 film festivals and we have received over 35 awards.

James Balog on stranded channel in Survey Canyon, downstream of moulin.

The White House – Earth Day 2013

The House of Lords

United States Congress

U.S. State Department Posts Screenings

United Nations

United Nations Information Center in Vienna

Film Forward in Nepal, Colombia and Taiwan

NEXUS

Interfaith Power and Light

Peace Corps Screening and Q&A with Director Jeff Orlowski

Exhibition with The Austin Contemporary with Charles Long

Chasing Ice as inspiration for Chris Gelinas line at New York Fashion Week 2013

Chasing Ice as inspiration for Dorris Q line at Australia Fashion Week 2014

Featured on: Vice: Greenland, Weather Channel: Caught on Camera, HBO Climate Series for Children, NPR, NBC4i

Special Film Programs

Film Forward

FILM FORWARD is an international touring program designed to enhance greater cultural understanding, collaboration and dialogue around the globe by engaging audiences through the exhibition of films, workshops and conversations with filmmakers. FILM FORWARD is an initiative of the Sundance Institute and the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Institute of Museum and Library Services. In 2013 Chasing Ice was included in the international FILM FORWARD film tour. Chasing Ice has been on tour in Taiwan and Colombia with Director Jeff Orlowski.

American Film Showcase

The American Film Showcase brings award-winning contemporary American documentaries to audiences around the world, offering a view of American society and culture as seen by independent documentary filmmakers. Funded by a grant from the State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and administered by the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts, the Showcase highlights the value of documentaries in fostering understanding and cooperation, dialogue and debate. Glaciologist Dr. Tad Pfeffer was invited to share Chasing Ice in Nepal March 2014.