SCIENCE ON SCREEN: THE VOYAGE HOME

WITH PRESENTION BY CONSERVATIONIST MARY JANE SCHRAMM
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3  •  7:00

Conservationist Mary Jane Schramm will share an illustrated presentation on humpback whales, followed by a 35mm screening of one of the best of the Star Trek movies.

Actively involved in marine conservation for more than three decades, Schramm is co-author of West Coast Whale Watching, and her field experience includes work aboard National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) ships and other research vessels. She is currently based at the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary.

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Discounted tickets at the door for anyone attending in costume (and no, Spock ears alone do not count – bring your Trek Game, people!) Bonus points if you speak Klingon.

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Presented in a rare 35mm print, the 1986 film Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home finds Admiral James T. Kirk (William Shatner) and the original crew beaming down to one of their strangest destinations, 20th century San Francisco, to save Earth from an alien probe. Guess who are the only creatures who can communicate with it? Directed and co-written by Leonard Nimoy (who also plays Spock), this Trek is one of the most fondly remembered of the series. Film 119 min., rated PG.

This presentation is part of Science on Screen℠, a series pairing film screenings with lively scientific discussions. The series is made possible by a grant from the Coolidge Corner Theatre and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

 

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