Assistant Professor and award-winning filmmaker Georg Koszulinski has released his new science-outreach documentary, The Baffin Bay Deglacial Experiment. It will premiere internationally this spring at the European Geosciences Union in Vienna, and the film will be released on the streaming platform, Labocine Live. 

Koszulinski offers a synopsis of the film: “Over the course of a month at sea aboard the Research Vessel Neil Armstrong, an international team of scientists attempt to gain insights into the conditions driving the last deglaciation of Earth’s major ice sheets. Around 16,000 years ago, the western margin of the Greenland Ice Sheet destabilized and retreated at an accelerated rate, but the reasons for this rapid deglaciation remain unclear. The Baffin Bay Deglacial Experiment (BADEX) seeks a greater understanding of this event, in the hopes of gaining deeper insights into climate changes today and those projected for our near future.”

Koszulinski’s film engages the climate crisis in its deep time/historical contexts while also imagining future worlds based on present trajectories. Over the past two decades, his films have been presented at hundreds of film festivals, museums, and microcinemas worldwide, and are available to watch via Tubi, Proquest, and Amazon Prime. 


By Majdulina Hamed.

Published to Nicholson News on March 4th, 2024.

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