The premiere of the student-produced documentary “IMPACTS ON THE FUTURE” will be shown at the Alamo Draft House Cinema on Wednesday, May 10. It’s a big screen experience worthy of a major undertaking by students and staff of Westminster High School.
The screening is sold out, but a second showing of the film will be made available at a date to be determined.
The documentary was created by Westminster High School Video Cinema Arts and Aerospace students in collaboration with NASA. It tells the story of the students' partnership with NASA as scientists conduct high altitude research on winter weather patterns.
According to NASA, the information gathered during the research efforts, “will improve meteorological models and the ability to predict snowfall so that cities can better prepare for severe winter weather.”