Top notch science meets breathtaking and haunting visuals in the films “Fire of Love” and “Into the Ice”. Whether it’s glaciologists studying the melting ice in Greenland or volcanologists fascinated by eruptions, what is the relationship of humankind to nature and vice versa? To what extremes are scientists willing to go to get their material, with filmmakers and audiences tagging along? Where is the line between truth and risk, between beauty and danger? How can films about science be told in an emotionally engaging and visually beautiful way, whilst getting the message about science across?