Into Iceland's Volcano
Descend to the depths with Geophysics
For the first time ever, a team of explorers and researchers descend into a volcano. Þríhnúkagígur in Iceland, the only place on earth where it is possible to enter an old magma chamber. Inside the conduit, the team finds crucial evidence revealing the inner workings of Icelandic volcanoes. This film was made for the National Geographic Channel.
2011 Emmy award nominated film. Into Iceland's Volcano, Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival "Best Earth Science Documentary" nominee.
The film will be followed by a discussion with Irish and Icelandic scientists from the EU funded FUTUREVOLC project, and an Irish artist currently working with volcano researchers in Iceland.
UCD Earth Institute artist in residence Siobhán McDonald who travelled to Iceland as part of a research expedition, summer 2013.
Dr Aoife Braiden, UCD School of Geological Sciences.
Björn Oddsson is a Geophysicist/Volcanologist holding a position as a project manager at Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management at the National Commissioner of the Icelandic Police.
Moderator: Koen Verbruggen, Director, Geological Survey of Ireland, Department of Communications, Energy & Natural Resources.
Painting: Invisible Atmosphere, Siobhán McDonald
Sun, 3rd Nov, 2013
The Lighthouse Cinema, Smithfield, Dublin 7
Director: Jóhann Sigfússon