Tahlequah The Whale: A Dance of Grief

In the aftermath of her newborn baby’s sudden death, orca mother Tahlequah carries her daughter’s body across the Salish Sea in the incredible true story that captivated the world. Directed by Daniel Kreizberg


Today, all eyes are on deep seas. What are their secrets? What resources do they contain? At the center of the debate on their exploitation: the resilience of these vulnerable and little-known ecosystems. The animated film Reslilience proposes a reflection about the impact of anthropogenic activities on hydrothermal vent fauna and flora through a parallel […]


Welcome to the world of PLSTC, an undersea dystopia that submerges you in the disturbing reality of plastic pollution in our oceans. Through a series of graphically confronting AI-generated and hand-composited images of ocean creatures, this experimental animated film confronts you with the devastating consequences of our habits on marine life, and leaves you gasping […]

InBetweening Beings

Inbetweening Beings connects animation and ecology. With projected installation, outdoor stop-motion, and found materials, humans are invited and implicated into nature. Directed by Isaac King


An alien looking for life on other planets arrive on earth now made of wastelands. He descends into a large cave in the underworld. He discovers prehistoric animals brought back to life thanks to genetic experiments of a now extinct human civilization. He discovers a laboratory where the last humans had holed up to defend […]

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