RE: Geology subject films

Harold David Rennie (aa349@chebucto.ns.ca)
Wed, 23 Jul 1997 16:11:41 -0300 (ADT)

On Wed, 23 Jul 1997, Rhonda Pancoe wrote:

> > One of our Geology professors here is looking for feature length films
> > that he can use to show to his class that have geology based themes

Would "Earthquake" (1975) count?

What about "Grand Canyon"?

And although it's not a feature film, I strongly recommend the short
(about 1/2 hour), funny documentary called _The Rise and Fall of the
Great Lakes_, in which nature writer/photographer Bill Mason appears as a
canoeist whose small craft gets bounced back and forth between the Ice
Age and the present day. It was produced by the National Film board of
Canada, and I think that they still distribute it in the U.S. If John
Sirabella, of the NFBC's New York office, is still on this list, he can
assist you in renting it.

Harold Rennie
(former Atlantic sales rep, NFB)
aa349@chebucto.ns.ca