Oscar-nominated documentary captures love story of two scientists studying volcanoes

BySandy Kenyon WABC logo
Wednesday, February 15, 2023
Documentary 'Fire of Love' explores intersection of love and volcanoes
The Oscar-nominated film is back in theaters for only one day in celebration of Valentine's Day.

If you're looking for a romantic documentary to watch this Valentine's Day full of love, science and lava look no further than "Fire of Love."

The National Geographic documentary tells the story of a couple joined in their love for volcanoes and for each other.

Katia and Maurice Krafft gave their lives trying to help us understand how and why volcanos erupt.

Entertainment Reporter Sandy Kenyon sat down with documentarian Sara Dosa about the process of creating the Oscar-nominated film.

You can watch "Fire of Love" on Hulu or Disney+, both streaming platforms owned by the same parent company as this ABC station.

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