One Ocean Film Festival

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Four films – two magical nights under the stars! Join us for Eco-Alianza’s first annual “One Ocean Film Festival” – a two-evening event that explores the miracles of the ocean that we all share. Come for one or come for both!

This year’s festival offers four captivating feature films shot almost entirely in the Gulf of California and the Baja Peninsula and are perfect for both English and Spanish speakers. The images in these films communicate the message: we share these waters with some of the most amazing creatures on the planet.

Presenting the films will be award-winning cinematographers, directors, and conservationists who will discuss their work. Eco-Alianza staff will be available before and after the films to answer questions about conservation projects in which they are involved.

Free popcorn is included with your admission. Wine, soft drinks, and appetizers will be available for purchase. Seating is limited, so buy your tickets now online or in the Eco-Alianza lobby.

Doors open at 6:45 pm, so plan to arrive early to get your favorite seats. Lights go out and our program begins promptly at 7:35. Plan to be seated by 7:30.

The “One Ocean Film Festival” is a partnership between Eco-Alianza and the Parque Nacional Bahía de Loreto and UABCS.

 

Friday, March 23

  • Ocean Oasis, in Spanish, with English subtitles (40 minutes)
  • INTERMISSION (15 minutes)
  • Shadows in a Desert Sea, in English (52 minutes)
  • Special Guest Presenter: Emmy-award winning cinematographer Johnny Friday
  • Special Guest Presenter: Israel Popoca, Subdirector and acting Director, Bay of Loreto National Park
  • Special Guest: Mariana Salgado, conservation biologist, Bay of Loreto National Park

Saturday, March 24

  • Azul Intangible, in Spanish, with English subtitles (67 minutes)
  • INTERMISSION (15 minutes)
  • Mar Vivo/A Reef Reborn, in Spanish (24 minutes)
  • Special Guest Presenter, Eréndira Valle, director of Azul IntangibleIntangible
  • Special Guest Presenter, Judith Castro, Cabo Pulmo conservationist

 

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