|2008 (Carnegie Mellon)
Writer: Edgar Mendoza
|During the outbreak of World War I, geologists Arthur Matthews and Kurt Lilianthal battle to establish their scientific theories on the separation of the continents. As their rivalry escalates into a struggle full of deception and sabotage, they fight the bitter elements of Greenland, and each other, ultimately risking everything to win the heart of a woman they both love.
Inspired by the life of scientist Alfred Wegener, who proposed the theory of continental drift, the story explores the seed of the current theory of plate tectonics.