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Whaleback Environmental Film Festival

Whaleback Environmental Film Festival
The Red Eft Project presents: The Whaleback Film Festival

An evening of four new, environmentally themed films:

The Credible Egg shows researchers developing egg substitutes to reduce pressures on industrialized egg production.

Fish Meat investigates open ocean tuna “ranching” and centuries-old style carp aquaculture along the sparkling coast of Turkey.

• Filmmaker Tom Weston will be on hand to personally guide us through a screening of his new film The Wind That Blows. Weston shot the film over a span of 20 years among the traditional whalers of Bequia, giving voice to a humble community on a tiny island still clinging to its past.

We cap the evening with a sneak peek at the stunning feature film Elemental, exploring the lives of three individuals united by their deep connection with nature and driven to confront some of the most pressing ecological challenges of our time. The film follows Rajendra Singh on a pilgrimage to save India’s polluted and dying Ganges River; Eriel Deranger, campaigning tirelessly against the proposed 2,000-mile Keystone XL Pipeline which would destroy Indigenous communities of northern Canada; and Jay Harman, an Australian inventor searching for investors willing to risk millions on his revolutionary device that he believes can slow down global warming.

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