This week on Terra Informa, we’re bringing you a piece centered around “Metamorphosis”, a new documentary playing in theaters across Canada this June. “Metamorphosis” explores the state of our current environmental crisis, and the psychological, emotional, artistic, and resilient responses of different people to this crisis, all using unusually spectacular imagery to communicate. Amanda Rooney and Dylan Hall got the chance to talk with the filmmaking couple, Velcrow Ripper and Nova Ami. We begin this episode with a group of Terra Informers discussing our thoughts after viewing the film.
In news this week,
- A new study shows fish are changing their migration habits due to Climate Change [Link – The Washington Post]
- A Thunder Bay committee is taking another look at cleaning up a toxic pulp mill spill [Link – CBC]
If you’re interested in seeing “Metamorphosis” yourself, its screening dates are:
Globe Cinema, Calgary – Opening June 20
Metro Cinema, Edmonton – June 22 at 4 p.m. and June 23 at 9:30 p.m.
Cinecenta, Victoria – June 24 and 25
Vancity Theatre, Vancouver – June 26–28