Thursday, July 5, 2007

Free Movie


Paramount Classics and National Geographic Filmsinvite you to Free ADVANCE SCREENINGS in theaters in the U.S. and Canada Sign up for a free screening near you -- the home page, click on "Go to a Free Screening")
Connecticut Screenings include 7/25 at Buckland Hills, 8/4 in New Haven and 8/8 in Plainville.
A terrific film for community, religious, environmental and youth organizations. Share this invitation with family, friends and colleagues.ARCTIC TALE opens to the public in the U.S. and Canada late July and August.
Children will be mesmerized by the animal footage, and adults will glory in the landscapes and respond to the sobering reminders of climate change. -- Hollywood ReporterNational Geographic Films, who brought you MARCH OF THE PENGUINS, and Paramount Classics who brought you AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH, now present ARCTIC TALE, an epic live action / wild-life adventure film that explores the vast world of the Great North and the threat it now faces from climate change.The film follows the walrus, Seela, and the polar bear, Nanu, on their journey from birth to parenthood in the frozen Arctic wilderness. As the planet warms, the Arctic is changing -- slowly disrupting the ancient rhythms of life that the walrus and polar bear rely on to survive. Perfect for all ages, ARCTIC TALE showcases spectacular footage that took years to capture and is being released at a time when the world is deeply concerned about the impact global warming is having on many threatened species, especially polar bears. Queen Latifah is the film's storyteller. Rated G. 83 minutes. Sales: Jackie Papier - 866-397-6339 (

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