Learn and be inspired by four eye-opening environmental films including the world premiere of Leuser: the Last Place on Earth and join us for an engaging panel discussion about climate change. The filmmakers raise pressing issues about receding glaciers, the threat of illegal palm oil, the rewilding of salmon in Vancouver & our vanishing sea ice.
Friday, February 19 at noon PST
This show includes access to view all the films listed below as well as a live virtual panel discussion on Tues, Feb 23, from 6-7pm PST, via Zoom.
Show ticket: $17
Film only: $85 | All-access: $105
Films & Live Panel Discussion
Tues, Feb 23 I 6-7pm PST I via Zoom.
LIVE PANEL DISCUSSIONIn addition to the four films featured in our Environmental Show, we invite our audience to join us in an engaging panel discussion in which our panelists will share both their research and personal experience as witnesses of climate change. Through their stories from the Arctic and high-mountain regions, we hope to bring you direct human experiences of the impact of climate change that go beyond data and charts. MORE INFO
There is something astonishing happening in the city of Vancouver. Largely unnoticed amidst vehicle traffic, industrial sites and construction, wild salmon are returning to their ancient spawning grounds. Filmed with a quiet, observing lens over many years, this film takes us into hidden enclaves of wilderness within the city, where tiny salmon smolts shimmer beneath the water's surface. Their future is now in our hands.MORE INFO