On Friday, February 12, the documentary film Meltdown, featuring Hudson resident Lynn Davis, will be released.
The announcement of the release from Edwynn Houk Gallery says this about the film:
Directed by Frederic Golding, the film features the exquisite photography of acclaimed photographer Lynn Davis and the profound insight of climate scientist Tony Leiserowitz, as they confront the effect of climate change in a remote area of the world.
Produced as a small, intimate conversation set on a large, stunning canvas, Meltdown follows Davis and Leiserowitz to the tiny, picturesque town of Illulisat, Greenland, where Davis has photographed magnificent icebergs over the course of 30 years--and which has emerged as "Ground Zero" for the climate crisis. There they discuss the convergence of art and science in how we view the world. Beauty and tragedy share the stage, and each enlightens the other while examining how we all might address the global crisis of climate change.