The Museum of TV & Radio will host the New York Premiere of "The Chances of the World Changing" as part of its annual Documentary Festival.
A bracing parable of our own precarious foothold on the planet, told through lyrical, luminous imagery. This is the extraordinary story of Richard Ogust, a New York writer who brought himself to a personal and financial breaking point by turning his apartment into a miniature "ark" for 1,200 specimens of endangered turtles and tortoises from around the globe. (2006; 100 min.)
Q&A with Eric Daniel Metzgar, Filmmaker
Tickets: $25; $15 Members
Buy online or call 212.621.6600, Dial "0" for operator
Official Website: http://www.mtr.org/events/ss-df.htm
Added by MT&R on September 20, 2006