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Coextinction

presented by David Suzuki Foundation
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VIMFF 2022 JURY SPECIAL MENTION
93 mins |
Canada |
2021
DIRECTORS:
Gloria Pancrazi
, Elena Jean
LANGUAGE: English
This film was screened in November 2021, as part of the VIMFF Fall Series and is no longer available. Please checkout our World Tour to see if this film is coming to a location near you!

Synopsis

Impending extinction comes to a tipping point for one of the world’s most iconic species — the Southern Resident killer whales. For two filmmakers, this crisis sparks a stunning journey across the Pacific Northwest. They join activists, scientists and Indigenous leaders, in an attempt to uncover corruption and stop injustice before it’s too late.

After the film, join filmmakers Gloria and Elena, along with experts from the David Suzuki Foundation to discuss the major issues raised in the film and find out how you can take action.

Directors

vimff fs coextinction director Gloria Pancrazi

Gloria Pancrazi

Gloria Pancrazi is a Canadian documentary filmmaker. She has worked on environmental and Indigenous justice documentaries such as “The Country” and “Impossible to Contain”. After witnessing first hand the impending extinction of the Southern Resident orcas, she decided to take the matter into her own hands and create “Coextinction”. This documentary aims to educate and inspire people worldwide to take action.
vimff fs coextinction director Elena Jean

Elena Jean

Elena Jean is a Canadian documentary filmmaker based out of Tofino, within the traditional territory of the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation. She has filmed endangered species around the world, with world-renowned organizations like Sea Legacy and Milkywire. Her passion is to tell stories about hope, ingenuity, wild beauty, and to show the interconnected patterns of extinction.
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