Ebb and Flow - Mixed Films

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An island in the ocean

Image from the film From Kurils With Love

Ebb & Flow – Short Films

57 minutes – 3 films
Oct 31 – Nov 8 – This program is available for Festival Passholders only

This mixed film program is all about water.  Meet conservationists, marine biologists, photographers, and adventurers as we visit some of the planet’s most remote oceans and rivers. Enjoy the ebb and flow of nature as we float along by boat.
 

Program subject to change.

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Image from the film From Kurils With Love

From Kurils With Love

24 Mins

Vladimir, a scrappy-but-aging Russian marine mammal biologist, unexpectedly hitch hikes aboard a boat filled with adventure photographers out of a desperate need to return to his science monitoring stations. Two weeks before, his boat was lost to the explosion of the Raikoke volcano. He is on a mission to help protect the Kuril Islands before his age fails him, and so the team sets out in one of the most remote volcanic island chains in the world to help Vladimir.

Premiere: 
Canadian Premiere
Year: 
2020
Country: 
United States
Director: 
Taylor Rees
Producer: 
Povel Torudd
Has subtitles: 
Yes

Water Flows Together

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Water Flows Together elevates the importance of acknowledging Indigenous land in outdoor recreation through the voice of Colleen Cooley, one of the few female Diné (Navajo) river guides on the San Juan River. In sharing Colleen's perspective, we are given a glimpse into native views on issues of water resource management, which are often missing from larger discussions of western water challenges.

Premiere: 
Canadian Premiere
Year: 
2020
Country: 
United States
Director: 
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Producer: 
Colleen Cooley, Taylor Graham, Matt Mikkelsen, Palmer Morse
Production Company: 
Spruce Tone Films
Has subtitles: 
No
Echoes in the Arctic

Echoes In The Arctic

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Year: 
2020
Country: 
United States
Director: 
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Producer: 
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Production Company: 
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Has subtitles: 
No