WHERE THE WHALES SING

2011 Films

Washington D.C. Premiere

Family Friendly

WHERE THE WHALES SING

MARCH
22
10:30 AM

Directed by: Andrew Stevenson

Venue: THEARC
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WHERE THE WHALES SING (Bermuda, 2010, 60 min.)

Washington, D.C. Premiere For the past three years Andrew Stevenson, with the help of his young daughter Elsa, has been researching and filming the humpback whales that migrate past Bermuda each spring. What started as a project to make a documentary about the North Atlantic humpback whale has become a consuming passion as Andrew takes advantage of Bermuda’s mid-ocean platform providing a unique window into the migratory lives of the humpbacks – a visually stunning journey of discovery. (—Bermuda International Film Festival) Narrated by six-year-old Elsa Stevenson. Directed and produced by Andrew Stevenson.

Discussion with filmmaker Andrew Stevenson follows screening.

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE. Open to the public. Reservations required for school groups; please email

maribel@envirofilmfest.org.

Town Hall Education Arts & Recreation Campus (THEARC), 1901 Mississippi Ave., SE

(Metro: Southern Avenue. Green line)

(Metrobuses: W2, W3, 94, A2, 32)

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