Fire of Love

“Fire of Love” is an unexpected love story of two intrepid French scientists, Katia and Maurice Krafft, who died in a volcanic explosion doing the very thing that brought them together: seeking to understand the mystery of volcanoes by capturing the most spectacular imagery ever recorded. This beautiful and inventive film playfully interprets the Kraffts’ story and images they left behind, resulting in a collaged archival adventure through themes of love, time, the implacable unknown, and the meaning of human existence amid the vastness of our planet’s most awesome force.

Sponsored by: Karen McHugh, Susan Von Cannon, & Franklyn Millman

* The virtual screening of this film is geoblocked to NC only *

Showtimes

In-person


08:00PM - SECCA

03:00PM - Marketplace / Theater #1

Virtual


12:00AM - Virtual

Credits

DIRECTOR(S)Sara Dosa

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Details

RUN TIME: 93 Minutes
CONTENT RATING: MT

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