Filmmaker William Kleinert is on the island and will screen the award-winning documentary, Project Ice, at 5 p.m. Sunday in the Ocracoke Community Library, 225 Back Rd.

“Project: Ice” is the first of a six-part global series discussing how climate change and sea level rise are affecting coastal communities.

It views North America’s fresh water inland ocean, the Great Lakes, through the prism of ice from the crossroads of history, science and climate change.

Kleinert, of McLean, Virginia, is a committed environmentalist and a veteran of the media business. He is the producer, director and/or writer of six documentaries, including, “Aaron Copland: The Composer Conducts” and the three-part “Saving The Environment” series, as well as hundreds of other productions and music videos.

Kleinert will be on hand to discuss the film and meet attendees at this free screening is sponsored by the Ocracoke Friends of the Library and the Ocracoke Preservation Society.



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