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Short Films

Debris

Debris (directed by John Bolton) is a documentary about a Canadian park ranger, beachcomber and "intertidal artist" who transforms tsunami debris from the worst earthquake in Japanese history into a remarkable public memorial. ...

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Broken Sky

Broken Sky (directed by Daniel Dancer) is a short aerial-art, music video depicting the earth slipping through an hourglass. The song is an anthem for kids concerned about climate change, a plea to world leaders to wake up and begin taking strong action n...

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Denali

Denali (directed by Ben Knight) is the story of the relationship between photographer Ben Moon and his beloved dog, Denali, his canine companion that helped him rally to beat cancer. ...

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Fishing for Science: Giant Trevally

Fishing for Science: Giant Trevally (directed by Gaelin Rosenwaks) follows the ups and downs of an expedition of marine scientists as they travel to the Seychelles, off Madagascar, to study an important species of fish called the Giant Trevally. ...

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I Am Morgan – Stolen Freedom

I Am Morgan – Stolen Freedom (directed by Heiko Grimm, Carlos Godó Borrás and Irene Buesa García) tells the tale of Morgan, a wild Norwegian orca, from her point of view. She was captured and separated from her family to be trained to perform in Loro Parq...

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In the Land of the Great Bear

In the Land of the Great Bear (directed by John Gussman) describes the efforts of activists working through the Raincoast Conservation Foundation to end the trophy hunting of bears in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest, part of the largest remaining...

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Life on Wallace’s Line

Life on Wallace’s Line (directed by Nick and Cheryl Dean) highlights the challenges of marine conservation by taking a look at an area of the world known as Wallacea – home to many unique species, both above and below the water. ...

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Lime Kiln Point State Park and the Killer Whales

Lime Kiln Point State Park and the Killer Whales (directed by Tom Hoyt) welcomes visitors to Lime Kiln Point State Park, known locally as Whale Watch Park. The film describes the park's natural and historical features, and introduces guests to its most fa...

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Minimal Impact

Minimal Impact (directed by Max Kessler and Per Black) follows up on San Juan County’s 2014 decision to incorporate the “Leave No Trace” set of environmental ethics into our community. ...

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Shaw Island “Heaven on Earth”

Shaw Island “Heaven on Earth” (directed by John Holmes) tells the story of the unique culture of Shaw Island, a rarely visited and often overlooked beautiful gem, nestled in the middle of the San Juan Islands. ...

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