TO FUEL OUR FUTURE, HOW LOW CAN WE GO?Join us on an epic journey from the deepest depths of our ocean to the future of green energy, and learn how the two are inextricably linked.
Wednesday, January 17th - 7:30pm
SEATING & GENERAL INFORMATION
All tickets bought for this event are for GENERAL ADMISSION seating.
If you need reasonable accommodation such as wheelchair accessible seating….
...please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849
Wheelchair Accessible seating is Available
Doors Will Open for Seating at least 30-Minutes prior to the start-time.- - - - - Balcony Seating - - - - -
ACCESSIBLE SEATING IS NOT AVAILABLE IN THE BALCONY.
There is no elevator access to the balcony.
Requires climbing several flights of stairs.
SEAT PRICING & DISCOUNT INFORMATION
[A $3.00 Ticketing Fee will be added upon check-out at ALL Points-of-Sale]
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GENERAL ADMISSION: $15.00
Senior Discount: $3.00-OFF | Veteran/Military Discount: $5.00
The Balcony will not initially be open for seating…
Five years after Anote’s Ark, Matthieu Rytz returns with this up-to-the-minute tale of geopolitical, scientific, and corporate intrigue that exposes the machinations of a secretive organization empowered to greenlight massive extraction of metals from the deep seafloor that are deemed essential to the electric battery revolution. Narrated by Jason Momoa, DEEP RISING illuminates the vital relationship between the deep ocean and sustaining life on Earth. The documentary also follows mining startup The Metals Company, as it pursues funding, public favor, and permission from the International Seabed Authority to mine wide swaths of the Pacific Ocean floor.
Rytz’s fly-on-the-wall access observes extraction companies as they co-opt scientific studies and deliver pitches to investors, proposing how the costs of industrializing our Earth’s last pristine environment can be justified to access metals they claim will benefit all of mankind. As oil conglomerates pivot investments to deep-ocean mining, DEEP RISING examines humanity’s destructive pattern of extracting materials for profit and asks why we don’t choose, instead, to develop abundant resources to solve our energy problems.