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NOVA: POLAR EXTREMES Community Screening was held at LA County’s Natural History Museum, and had Q & A with the filmmakers and hosts. Co-Executive Producer of NOVA Julia Cort, moderated the discussion with Kirk Johnson: Sant Director of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History , and Nate Smith: Associate Curator of the Dinosaur Institute, National History Museum of L.A. County Polar Extremes, an upcoming NOVA special hosted by paleontologist and Sant Director of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History Kirk Johnson, will take viewers on an epic adventure through time at the polar extremes of our planet. Following a trail of strange fossils found in all the wrong places—beech trees in Antarctica, hippo-like mammals in the Arctic—Johnson uncovers the bizarre history of the poles, from miles-high ice sheets to warm polar forests teeming with life. What caused such dramatic changes at the ends of the Earth? And what can the past reveal about our planet’s climate today—and in the future? The full-length, 2-hour version premieres on February 5th on PBS.


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Q & A and Discussion

Q & A and Discussion

NOVA: ANTARCTIC EXTREMES Community Screening, discussion and Q & A

NOVA: POLAR EXTREMES Community Screening was held at LA County’s Natural History Museum, and had Q & A with the filmmakers and hosts. Co-Executive Producer of NOVA Julia Cort, moderated the discussion with the hosts of Antarctic Extremes Caitlin Saks, and Arlo Perez. Polar Extremes, an upcoming NOVA special hosted by paleontologist and Sant Director of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History Kirk Johnson, will take viewers on an epic adventure through time at the polar extremes of our planet. Following a trail of strange fossils found in all the wrong places—beech trees in Antarctica, hippo-like mammals in the Arctic—Johnson uncovers the bizarre history of the poles, from miles-high ice sheets to warm polar forests teeming with life. What caused such dramatic changes at the ends of the Earth? And what can the past reveal about our planet’s climate today—and in the future? The full-length, 2-hour version premieres on February 5th on PBS.


Music: Jazz In Paris - Media Right Productions

NOVA: POLAR EXTREMES Community Screening At LA County's Natural History Museum, Q & A