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Beneath The Waves Film Festival

Promotional flyer for Beneath the Waves Film Festival on June 27, 2014.

Above: Promotional flyer for Beneath the Waves Film Festival on June 27, 2014.

Join us at the Living Coast Discovery Center for a unique evening filled with insightful ocean themed films and engaging conversation about our world beneath the waves.

Beneath the Waves Film Festivals: We feel like there is truly no experience like bringing people together, dimming the lights, and presenting the issues and stories first-hand. After the films, we engage the audience with local scientists, to allow them to learn about the important work that is being done right in their own community.

Films include:
"The Art of Saving Sharks" (6:23)
PangeaSeed teams up with our sponsor The Arbor Collective to produce this short documentary – The Art of Saving Sharks.

"How do you MPA?" (1:17)
“How do you MPA?” is a short video produced by Ocean Conservancy to promote the recreational opportunities found in California’s 124 marine protected areas (MPAs).

"Blue Journey-American Samoa: Stronger Together" (10:42)
The cultural Samoans’ historical connection to the ocean was the platform upon which the Blue Journey-American Samoa project sought to support the safety and health of these communities and their ocean.

"Shadow Reef" (4:56)
“Shadow Reef ” is a film about the importance of ocean and coral reef conservation, from a child’s perspective.

"Plate Techtonics" (7:56)
The video “Plate Tectonics” explores the fundamental concepts behind plate tectonics.

"Sea Harmony" (2:00)
Pun on e-harmony for all those single crustacea out there.

"The Immigrant" (3:00)
What’s a polar bear doing in an industrial port city? A candid look at the challenges of migrating and adapting to an unfamiliar place.

"Eating the Enemy: Death to the Lionfish" (4:03)
Eating’the’Enemy’is a short educational cooking video starring Head Chef Emery Long. He highlights the negative ecosystem effects of the invasive lionfish and demonstrates how to capture and prepare this delicious fish on the island of Eleuthera, The Bahamas.

"Time Will Tell" (13:00)
Documentary-like film explaining the future for sharks if harvest continues as it has.

"A Tale of Two Urchins" (2:47)
“A Tale of Two Urchins” is a short animation made for Creaturecast, about sea urchins in the Galapagos Islands.
The video was featured in the Science section of The New York Times.

"Gloop" (3:00)
Short animated film on the creation and detriment of plastics to our world’s ecosystems.

"SAIL" (4:00)
Music Video exploring what it’s like to be a Marine Scientist.

Location: Living Coast Discovery Center, 1000 Gunpowder Point Dr, Chula Vista, CA 91910 Google Maps

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