The documentary follows a group of Latin American environmentalists and scientists on their risky expedition through the second largest reef in the world. Its objective is to investigate and document the alarming plastic and microplastic pollution that is seriously affecting marine life, tourism and fishing resources in the region, as well as human health. As […]

Whale Nation

 A humpback whale is beached on a remote shore. During the fight to save its life, scientists discover the story of these extraordinary creatures, with unknown territories and a barely known society. Directed by Jean Albert Lievre  *Filmmaker in attendance

Send Kelp!

A bootstrapping seaweed nerd takes on climate change and global food insecurity armed with nothing but determination when she sets-up her own kelp farm. Directed by Blake McWilliam 


Witness the extraordinary life of Dr. Lonnie Thompson, an explorer who went where no scientist had gone before and transformed our idea of what is possible. Daring to seek Earth’s history contained in glaciers atop the tallest mountains in the world, Lonnie found himself on the frontlines of climate change—his life’s work evolving into a […]


Hiroshima. Nagasaki. Mercury, Nevada? The latter was the site for the testing of 928 large-scale nuclear weapons from 1951 to 1992. Martin Sheen narrates this harrowing exposé of the United States’ disregard for everyone living… downwind. Directed by Mark Shapiro and Douglas Brian Miller *Writer in attendance

The Herring People

A group of volunteers struggle to mimic nature in two compromised estuaries to help save endangered pacific herring populations near Squamish and Vancouver British Columbia only to discover much greater forces are destroying herring populations along the Pacific Coast of North America. Directed by Scott Renyard *Filmmaker in attendance

In The Whale

In The Whale is an award-winning feature-length film about arguably the greatest fish story ever told, though this one is true. It’s the account of a man who survived to tell the tale of being swallowed by a whale, and what happened after being spit out.  Directed by David Abel  

Inundation District

INUNDATION DISTRICT is a feature-length film about the implications of one city’s decision to ignore the threats posed by climate change and spend billions of dollars on building a new waterfront district — on landfill, at sea level.  Directed by David Abel

Orca: Black & White Gold

When a truth-seeking investigative journalist uncovers the illicit Russian orca trade to a billion dollar market in China, fearless activists issue a call to action.  Directed by Sarah Nörenberg *Filmmaker in attendance


Oscar-winning actor J.K. Simmons narrates RELENTLESS, the fascinating true story told in a procedural style about remarkable people tackling an exotic species invasion that nearly destroyed the largest freshwater ecosystem on Earth: the Great Lakes.  Directed by Thomas Lindsey Haskin *Filmmaker in attendance