National Geographic and Neon are bringing National Geographic’s documentary film National Geographic’s “Fire of Love” back to theaters for Valentine’s Day for one day only.
According to Deadline, The engagement will see the film play at several theaters in New York (AMC Empire 25, AMC Lincoln Square, Regal Union Square), Los Angeles (AMC Century City, AMC Santa Monica Promenade, Laemmle Monica Film Center), San Francisco (AMC Kabuki, AMC Metreon), as well as Chicago, Boston, Washington, DC, King of Prussia, Penn. and other cities.
The film is available to stream now on Hulu in the US and on Disney+ in many countries including the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia.
From National Geographic Documentary Films comes the extraordinary love story of intrepid French scientists Katia and Maurice Krafft, who died just as explosively as they lived — capturing the most spectacular imagery ever recorded of their greatest passion: volcanoes.
“Fire of Love” is directed by Sara Dosa (The Seer and the Unseen) and produced by Shane Boris and Ina Fichman and Executive Produced by Greg Boustead and Jessica Harrop.
“I’m thrilled Fire of Love is back in theaters — especially for Valentine’s Day,” Dosa said in a statement. “We think of our film as a love triangle between two humans and volcanoes centered on the mysteries of both our planet and the human heart. I’m particularly happy that audiences are getting to know the Kraffts 30 years after their deaths — especially that Katia is being so celebrated once again as one of the first pioneering women in geosciences whose work inspired women to break through sexist boundaries in her own time, and her legacy is continuing to do so today.”
The film is a Sandbox Films, Intuitive Pictures & Cottage M production, with Submarine negotiating the deal with National Geographic.
You can watch a trailer for the film below: