UMass Lowell students pair with NASA for Climate Change Film Shorts, screening Monday, May 9

UMass Lowell Climate Change Initiative presents

A LOOK TO THE FUTURE: Student Videos Take on Climate Change
Monday, May 9  |  5:30 – 7:30 PM
Boott Cotton Mills Museum Events Center
115 John Street, Lowell
Free admission!


Download / view the event flyer

If you can manage to leave work early (or on time) this Monday, we ENCOURAGE you to head over to the Boott Cotton Mills in Lowell for this inspiring film program. The minute we heard about it, we began to tout it — there’s nothing better than supporting young movie-making talent! As a bonus, these UMass Lowell students participated in a NASA program promoting thought and discussion on Climate Change, an incredibly ambitious and topical subject.

We applaud this event, and hope you can make it. Here is some basic information, per their event page:

“UMass Lowell students and NASA unite! Students have participated in an intensive NASA sponsored workshop to create five short films on one of the greatest challenges faced by society and science: CLIMATE CHANGE. Join us for this free event to see the featured presentations and take part in an open discussion. Free and open to the public!”

CLICK HERE for complete details on the entire event –
Visit the UML Climate Change Initiative on Facebook


Published by Lowell Film Collaborative

The Lowell Film Collaborative is a grassroots initiative in Lowell, MA, whose mission is to bring more cinematic awareness to the community.

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