03.11.2018 Article: Huffington Post

"Cannon Beach Premiere's Films on Climate Change"

4.30.2013 Article: National Film Preservation Foundation

"National Film Preservation Foundation Grants Announced."


2020 Mar. 28   Online Screening sponsored by the OSU Byrd Polar Archives.

Question and Answer  session to follow with Director Pam Theodotou, Polar Curator Laura Kissel and Polar Scientist Chris Gardner with moderator and host Stacy Porter.

2019 Sept. 8     The Polar Film Festival: The Explorer's Club New Zealand.

The short film "Admiral Byrd and his dogs in Antarctica." Selections from Byrd 1933. The annual film festival is celebrating its seventh year by screening a curated collection of polar themed cinema outside of New York for the first time - including Lumière Cinemas at the Arts Centre and the Hollywood Theatre in Sumner on September 8, 14 and 15.

2019 Jan. 26     OFFICIAL SELECTION: The Polar Film Festival: The Explorer's Club NYC.

The short film "Admiral Byrd and his dogs in Antarctica."




























2018 Mar. 19   Cannon Beach History Center and Museum. Canon Beach Oregon, 4pm.

The second screening on the historical documentary “Byrd 1933” will be most appropriately screened at the Cannon Beach History Center and Museum. This venue is a more intimate setting and is limited in seating. Folks will have an opportunity to meet informally the film producer Pamela Theodotou. Beverages will be served. Suggested donations for both performances are $5. All proceeds will be gifted to our local educational environmental organization HRAP the Haystack Rock Awareness Program, the volunteer/staff based vigilant team for the iconic Haystack Rock wilderness seabird and marine intertidal area accessible to visitors at low tide in Cannon Beach. Sponsored by HALO.


HALO hopes all concerned citizens in the northern coastal Oregon and Washington area will be able to attend one of these two afternoon performances March 18th and 19th in Cannon Beach. Questions and more information can be obtained via the Executive Director at HALO with offices located in Oregon and Utah at 3108049753.

2018 March 18 Coaster Theater, Cannon Beach Oregon, 1pm.

Doors open at 1PM. There will be two films “ Guliya” and “Byrd 1933.” Film Producer and Director Pamela Theodotou from the OSU Byrd Polar Climate Research Center in Ohio will be there to present “Guliya,” a climate film on the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center’s US-China Collaboration with TPE to the Guliya Ice Cap in the Tibetan Plateau to extract the oldest ice samples outside the poles. She will also present “Byrd 1933” as the main feature, sponsored by HALO.













2018 Jan. 25    STEAM factory, 400 W. Rich Street, Columbus OH. (Enter via the Blue Door.)

When: January 25, 2018. Doors Open at 6 p.m.; Film at 6:30 p.m.; Q&A at 7:45 p.m. Director Pam Theodotou will be there with Laura Kissel, the Byrd Polar Archivist to entertain your questions after the film.

2017 Nov. 11    Cedar Bog, Ohio

2017 Oct. 26     Shackleton Autumn School, Athy, Ireland- TBA


2017 Apr. 29    Ohio Historical Center, Columbus, Ohio (Exploration Weekend)

2017 Mar. 24    Ohio Local History Alliance,

                         Westerville Historical Society, Westerville, Ohio. 



2016 Jul. 15      26th Polar Libraries Colloquy, Fairbanks, Alaska


2016 Jun. 04     Cedar Bog, Ohio

2016 Mar. 03    Ohio Historical Center, Columbus Ohio (preview for OHC staff)

2015 Nov. 20     Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, Ohio State University

2015 Oct. 20     Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio


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