Movies
Film screenings during ski week Luontoelokuvaesityksiä Hiihtolomaviikolla PROGRAM

Monday 25.2.2019 (18.00-20.00)

CROC AND ODILE Antoine Marchand, France, 2018, 2min
Two hungry crocodiles are lying on the shore of a river, when a fly comes to satisfy their appetite.


BLUE TOMORROW Numan Ayaz, Turkey 2017, 15min
A man who lives alone on his island goes on an unknown journey caused by the rising ocean. After witnessing a catastrophe on the way, he finds hope again with other people. But when the ocean rises again this time he makes an unexpected decision to head to the unknown…


DAROJI , Sugandhi Gadadhar, India 2016, 15min
A short film for children, introducing them to wildlife with Bindu, a female Indian Sloth Bear that tells the story of different families, including her own, an d shares a friendly note with her audience, suggesting that man and animal can co-exist in harmony.


THE SEA, Ronald Faber, Holland 2016, 5min
‘The Sea’ is a monody of the sea to take responsibility to protect the sea for future generations without being a pedant. Beautiful aesthetic images, enhanced by appropriate music and accompanied by a pleasant narrator, let you dwell on the current state of the sea.


THE PENGUIN'S SPRING, Mario Nardin, Italy 2017, 19min

The film depicts the life of penguins in the Antarctic during the spring as they move from the icy sea to the mainland to nest.


LEMMING - THE LITTLE GIANT OF THE NORTH Wild Tales Productions, Zoltan Török, Janne Henriksson, Germany, Sweden 2017, 50min
They are small, angry and every four year or so they appear in masses seemingly from nowhere. Meet the Norway lemming, perhaps the most misunderstood and mysterious animal of the Scandinavian mountains.



WEDNESDAY 27.2.2019 (18.00-20.00)

MERI JOKA KATOSI Aranu Production house, Ari Häkkinen, YLE, Finland 2017, 53min
Traces of the most recent natural disaster to affect the northern hemisphere, the Ice Age, have mostly become buried under vegetation and layers of soil. But not quite everywhere.
In the Kvarken Archipelago in the northern Baltic Sea area, the dent caused on the Earth’s crust by the ice sheet continues to rise back to its original elevation, lifting 100 hectares of new land out of the sea each year. Those rocky islands that rise up from the water, are invaded by the birds that by the sea. During the short summer months, the islands pulsate with life.

GRASSROOTS Frank Aly, Australia 2018, 20min
As a soil specialist, Guy Webb has spent years searching for ways to improve the health of Australia’s degraded farming soils. When he stumbles upon a piece of microbial research that is a breakthrough in soil science, he inadvertently becomes responsible for ensuring that this essential knowledge is not lost. With the help of the farmers around him, he sets himself the challenge to take scientific knowledge and transform it into a practical technology, to be used across the globe. Grassroots follows Guy Webb and his friends, unlikely heroes on a quest to bring a genuine climate change solution to the world.


WORLD WITHOUT INSECTS Andreas Ewels, Norbert Porta, ZDF, Germany 2018, 29min
First the insects die, then the birds and then the humans. In parts of Central Europe, as many as 70 percent of all insects are extinct and even the birds are less. In China there are no more insects in some places and humans have to pollinate the plants. The film shows in an impressive way the decline of insects and of birds. The authors show a variety of causes and offer solutions.

FREE ENTRANCE, WELCOME!
Closest date:
Wednesday 27.2.2019 18:00 - 20:00
Dates:
Price information:
Free event
Organizer:

Cultural -and library services, City of Vaasa
PL 235
65100 Vaasa
Email: kulttuurikeskus@vaasa.fi
Event location:
Vaasa City Library , Drama Hall
Vaasa
Finland
Movies
Film screenings during ski week Luontoelokuvaesityksiä Hiihtolomaviikolla PROGRAM

Monday 25.2.2019 (18.00-20.00)

CROC AND ODILE Antoine Marchand, France, 2018, 2min
Two hungry crocodiles are lying on the shore of a river, when a fly comes to satisfy their appetite.


BLUE TOMORROW Numan Ayaz, Turkey 2017, 15min
A man who lives alone on his island goes on an unknown journey caused by the rising ocean. After witnessing a catastrophe on the way, he finds hope again with other people. But when the ocean rises again this time he makes an unexpected decision to head to the unknown…


DAROJI , Sugandhi Gadadhar, India 2016, 15min
A short film for children, introducing them to wildlife with Bindu, a female Indian Sloth Bear that tells the story of different families, including her own, an d shares a friendly note with her audience, suggesting that man and animal can co-exist in harmony.


THE SEA, Ronald Faber, Holland 2016, 5min
‘The Sea’ is a monody of the sea to take responsibility to protect the sea for future generations without being a pedant. Beautiful aesthetic images, enhanced by appropriate music and accompanied by a pleasant narrator, let you dwell on the current state of the sea.


THE PENGUIN'S SPRING, Mario Nardin, Italy 2017, 19min

The film depicts the life of penguins in the Antarctic during the spring as they move from the icy sea to the mainland to nest.


LEMMING - THE LITTLE GIANT OF THE NORTH Wild Tales Productions, Zoltan Török, Janne Henriksson, Germany, Sweden 2017, 50min
They are small, angry and every four year or so they appear in masses seemingly from nowhere. Meet the Norway lemming, perhaps the most misunderstood and mysterious animal of the Scandinavian mountains.



WEDNESDAY 27.2.2019 (18.00-20.00)

MERI JOKA KATOSI Aranu Production house, Ari Häkkinen, YLE, Finland 2017, 53min
Traces of the most recent natural disaster to affect the northern hemisphere, the Ice Age, have mostly become buried under vegetation and layers of soil. But not quite everywhere.
In the Kvarken Archipelago in the northern Baltic Sea area, the dent caused on the Earth’s crust by the ice sheet continues to rise back to its original elevation, lifting 100 hectares of new land out of the sea each year. Those rocky islands that rise up from the water, are invaded by the birds that by the sea. During the short summer months, the islands pulsate with life.

GRASSROOTS Frank Aly, Australia 2018, 20min
As a soil specialist, Guy Webb has spent years searching for ways to improve the health of Australia’s degraded farming soils. When he stumbles upon a piece of microbial research that is a breakthrough in soil science, he inadvertently becomes responsible for ensuring that this essential knowledge is not lost. With the help of the farmers around him, he sets himself the challenge to take scientific knowledge and transform it into a practical technology, to be used across the globe. Grassroots follows Guy Webb and his friends, unlikely heroes on a quest to bring a genuine climate change solution to the world.


WORLD WITHOUT INSECTS Andreas Ewels, Norbert Porta, ZDF, Germany 2018, 29min
First the insects die, then the birds and then the humans. In parts of Central Europe, as many as 70 percent of all insects are extinct and even the birds are less. In China there are no more insects in some places and humans have to pollinate the plants. The film shows in an impressive way the decline of insects and of birds. The authors show a variety of causes and offer solutions.

FREE ENTRANCE, WELCOME!
Closest date:
Wednesday 27.2.2019 18:00 - 20:00
Dates:
Price information:
Free event
Organizer:

Cultural -and library services, City of Vaasa
PL 235
65100 Vaasa
Email: kulttuurikeskus@vaasa.fi
Event location:
Vaasa City Library , Drama Hall
Vaasa
Finland
Movies
Film screenings during ski week Luontoelokuvaesityksiä Hiihtolomaviikolla PROGRAM

Monday 25.2.2019 (18.00-20.00)

CROC AND ODILE Antoine Marchand, France, 2018, 2min
Two hungry crocodiles are lying on the shore of a river, when a fly comes to satisfy their appetite.


BLUE TOMORROW Numan Ayaz, Turkey 2017, 15min
A man who lives alone on his island goes on an unknown journey caused by the rising ocean. After witnessing a catastrophe on the way, he finds hope again with other people. But when the ocean rises again this time he makes an unexpected decision to head to the unknown…


DAROJI , Sugandhi Gadadhar, India 2016, 15min
A short film for children, introducing them to wildlife with Bindu, a female Indian Sloth Bear that tells the story of different families, including her own, an d shares a friendly note with her audience, suggesting that man and animal can co-exist in harmony.


THE SEA, Ronald Faber, Holland 2016, 5min
‘The Sea’ is a monody of the sea to take responsibility to protect the sea for future generations without being a pedant. Beautiful aesthetic images, enhanced by appropriate music and accompanied by a pleasant narrator, let you dwell on the current state of the sea.


THE PENGUIN'S SPRING, Mario Nardin, Italy 2017, 19min

The film depicts the life of penguins in the Antarctic during the spring as they move from the icy sea to the mainland to nest.


LEMMING - THE LITTLE GIANT OF THE NORTH Wild Tales Productions, Zoltan Török, Janne Henriksson, Germany, Sweden 2017, 50min
They are small, angry and every four year or so they appear in masses seemingly from nowhere. Meet the Norway lemming, perhaps the most misunderstood and mysterious animal of the Scandinavian mountains.



WEDNESDAY 27.2.2019 (18.00-20.00)

MERI JOKA KATOSI Aranu Production house, Ari Häkkinen, YLE, Finland 2017, 53min
Traces of the most recent natural disaster to affect the northern hemisphere, the Ice Age, have mostly become buried under vegetation and layers of soil. But not quite everywhere.
In the Kvarken Archipelago in the northern Baltic Sea area, the dent caused on the Earth’s crust by the ice sheet continues to rise back to its original elevation, lifting 100 hectares of new land out of the sea each year. Those rocky islands that rise up from the water, are invaded by the birds that by the sea. During the short summer months, the islands pulsate with life.

GRASSROOTS Frank Aly, Australia 2018, 20min
As a soil specialist, Guy Webb has spent years searching for ways to improve the health of Australia’s degraded farming soils. When he stumbles upon a piece of microbial research that is a breakthrough in soil science, he inadvertently becomes responsible for ensuring that this essential knowledge is not lost. With the help of the farmers around him, he sets himself the challenge to take scientific knowledge and transform it into a practical technology, to be used across the globe. Grassroots follows Guy Webb and his friends, unlikely heroes on a quest to bring a genuine climate change solution to the world.


WORLD WITHOUT INSECTS Andreas Ewels, Norbert Porta, ZDF, Germany 2018, 29min
First the insects die, then the birds and then the humans. In parts of Central Europe, as many as 70 percent of all insects are extinct and even the birds are less. In China there are no more insects in some places and humans have to pollinate the plants. The film shows in an impressive way the decline of insects and of birds. The authors show a variety of causes and offer solutions.

FREE ENTRANCE, WELCOME!
Closest date:
Wednesday 27.2.2019 18:00 - 20:00
Dates:
Price information:
Free event
Organizer:

Cultural -and library services, City of Vaasa
PL 235
65100 Vaasa
Email: kulttuurikeskus@vaasa.fi
Event location:
Vaasa City Library , Drama Hall
Vaasa
Finland
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