Mark your calendars — the makers of We Believe in Dinosaurs are hosting a watch party of their movie on 30 April. What that means is…
- Sign up for a seat at the link. You’ll be sent a Zoom URL so you can join a group of people online.
Get a copy of the movie on your streaming service. It’s $3.99 on Amazon.
On 30 April, before 7pm, make popcorn, log in to zoom, get your movie queued up.
Precisely at 7, hit play, watch the movie and listen to commentary from the makers.
You can, I presume, use the chat feature to make text comments of your own.
If you’re wondering what the movie is about, it’s a documentary about Answers in Genesis’s Ark Encounter. He’d rather nobody saw it, so you’ll get the bonus thrill of pissing off Ken Ham.
I already saw this documentary. It was freely broadcast on the PBS series Independent Lens back on February 17. It is quite well done. I liked the local paleontologist fellow who’s filmed more than once along a Kentucky highway road cut looking for fossils.
Dan Phelps says
Thanks PZ! Glad you saw the film. Hope you are there on 4/30.
It’s still available right now at https://www.pbs.org/video/we-believe-in-dinosaurs-hnhjlz/ if you have Passport.