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Thursday, November 10 • 1:30pm - 3:15pm
FILM BLOCK: 'Safe Passage' | 'UTSUK: A Story of Fat' | 'Of the Sea: Fishermen, Seafood, and Sustainability'

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Film Block, Thursday, 1:30pm, Sundial Muvico Lineup | Tickets $12.50 (click here) | Open to Pass holders (BLUE Whale, Film Frenzy, Patron)

Safe Passage - This short film features two Pacific Northwest tribes working to reign in fossil fuel shipments through the Salish Sea, home to endangered killer whales and critical salmon habitat. Spanning US and Canadian waters, this fragile inland ocean is under threat by an exponential increase in fossil fuel exports.

UTSUK: A Story of Fat - In the past, the isolation of coastal northern indigenous communities and the pristine quality of marine environment imparted a human health benefit.  Researchers working in collaboration with the Inuit community chronicle the changes taking place in the Arctic environment and Inuit health and society.

Of the Sea: Fishermen, Seafood, and Sustainability - Today, fishing is a rare and challenging way of life – the number of shing vessels in California has declined from over 6,900 in 1981 to just 1,800 vessels today. 

Thursday November 10, 2016 1:30pm - 3:15pm
Sundial Muvico Theater #19 151 2nd Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33701