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Thursday, November 10 • 2:00pm - 3:45pm
FILM BLOCK: 'From Drifters to Dynamos: The Story of Plankton' | 'Sea of Life' | Discussion: Empowering Young Ocean Conservationists @ Palladium

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Film Block and Discussion, Thursday, 2:00pm, Palladium Theater Lineup | Tickets $12.50 (click here) | Open to Pass holders (BLUE Whale, Film Frenzy, Patron)

From Drifters to Dynamos: The Story of Plankton - Most plankton are tiny drifters, wandering in a vast ocean. But where wind and currents converge they become part of a grander story: an explosion of vitality that affects all life on Earth, including our own.

Sea of Life - The ocean is the source of all life on earth and it’s in trouble. Sea of Life follows filmmaker Julia Barnes on an underwater adventure to discover the truth about the biggest threats facing the ocean and ultimately ourselves.

This session includes a discussion with filmmaker Julia Barnes and ocean advocate Sean Russell: 'Empowering Young Ocean Conservationists.'

Speakers
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Julia Barnes

Director, Sea of Life
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Sean Russell

Director, Youth Ocean Conservation Summit
Sean Russell is a youth engagement strategist dedicated to empowering young people with the tools and motivation they need to become involved in leadership initiatives. Sean the founder and director of the Youth Ocean Conservation Summit, an annual event held at Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, FL which is also modeled in cities across the United States in partnership with aquariums and conservation organizations. Through this program, Sean... Read More →


Thursday November 10, 2016 2:00pm - 3:45pm
The Palladium Theater 235 5th Ave. North, St. Petersburg, FL 33701