Edge of Time
feature-length, post-production, expected 2020 release
A feature-length film depicting the labor of science aboard the JOIDES Resolution, a scientific drilling ship, during its 363rd expedition to the Western Pacific Warm Pool. Shot over ten weeks at sea in the warmest body of water in the world, the thermodynamic engine of the planet, the film suggests that, in the placid seas near the equator, time stands still.
With support from the International Ocean Discovery Program, NSF funding through Rutgers University's Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences, and the Rutgers Film Department. Selected for the SCIENCE Pitch Forum at CPH:DOX in Copenhagen, March 2019.