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by Grace Liao, staff writer


The next film is Strange Days on Planet Earth, a documentary and the name of a National Geographic series on mysterious phenomena occurring in nature and how they affect the various forms of life on our planet. The first episode, “The Invaders,” is about the movement of species into new environments, and the second episode, “The One Degree Factor,” is on the profound effects of a one-degree rise in average temperature on the environment. The Oct. 14 screening will be repeated on Oct. 19 and 20.

The documentary Oasis of the Pacific: Time is Running Out shows the beautiful yet endangered undersea world of the Hawaiian Islands. The documentary will be shown on Oct. 21, 26 and 27. More information on this topic may be found on the film’s Web site at www.oasisofthepacific.com.
The Viewpoints Film Series schedule for fall 2005 can be found on Pipeline, where students can also participate in online discussions of each film as well as recommend other films and comment on the film series discussion group. For more information, call Grace Cheng, assistant professor of political science, at 544-9384 or e-mail gcheng@hpu.edu.

Film Series Schedule
Strange Days on Planet Earth Oct. 14, 19, 20
Oasis of the Pacific Oct. 21, 26, 27
Tying the Knot Oct. 28, Nov. 2, 3
Remembering a Sense of Place Nov. 4, 9, 10
Split Horn and Banana Split Nov. 16, 17, 18
Lost Boys of Sudan Nov. 30, Dec. 1, 2



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