Sustainability Series: BILL NYE: SCIENCE GUY

Viewing: September 5, 2018

Watch Trailer Director: Jason Sussberg, David Alvarado
Cast: Neil deGrasse Tyson, Bill Nye, Ann Druyan

Athena Cinema, Environmental Studies, and the Alden Library present the sixth year of the Sustainability Film Series, working in partnership with many sponsors. Our vision and goal are those of years past: to offer attendees the opportunity to acquire a deeper understanding of the current issues related to global environmental and sustainable challenges and solutions. We aim to bring together students, faculty and regional community members. The program recognizes the strength of this integration, coming together and learning from each other. Following each screening, we invite audience members to join us for a panel discussion hosted by faculty members, students, and community members. Please join us for a conversation following these beautiful, thought-provoking and timely films. All admissions free.

Remember Bill Nye, the man who engaged children and adults alike with science? Well, the beloved American icon continues his quest to bring the wonders of science to the public. Bill Nye is a man on a mission: to stop the spread of anti-scientific thinking across the world. The former star of the popular children’s show Bill Nye The Science Guy is now the CEO of The Planetary Society, an organization founded by Bill’s mentor Carl Sagan, where he’s launching a solar propelled spacecraft into the cosmos and advocating for the importance of science, research, and discovery in public life. With intimate and exclusive access – as well as plenty of wonder and whimsy – this behind-the-scenes portrait of Nye follows him as he takes off his Science Guy lab coat and takes on those who deny climate change, evolution, and a science-based worldview. 

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Running Time: 101 minutes 101 MIN
This Film is Wheelchair Accessible

Upcoming Show Times:

Wednesday 09/057:00

"Bill Nye: Science Guy" is a surprisingly kaleidoscopic portrait of someone we thought we already knew.

Colin Covert
Minneapolis Star Tribune