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Tacoma Ocean Film Fest: For Love of Orcas

June 17 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Three nights of inspiring ocean film, from local to global. Orcas, octopuses, island song, devastating plastic, inspiring communities. Join us for the second annual Tacoma Ocean Film Fest, with filmmaker Q&As every evening.

7-9pm June 15-17. 

Tickets: $12 general/$10 members, seniors, students/FREE all Tacoma students

7pm June 15: ISLAND SONG

Rooted (Mia Kami, Tonga)

Voice Above Water (Dana Frankoff, USA, virtual Q&A)

Small Island, Big Song (Tim Cole, Australia, virtual Q&A) – U.S. PREMIERE

From indigenous guardians to song-filled Pacific islands to a 90-year-old Indonesian man who cleans up ocean trash from his canoe, “Island Song” is all about deep human connections to the ocean, and a call to protect both cultures and ecosystems.

7pm June 16: GIANTS OF THE DEEP

The Forest Stands Tall (Abbey Dias, Seattle, in-person Q&A)

2022 Ocean Fest Youth Story Contest film winners (filmmakers in-person)

Giant Pacific Octopus (Samantha Hanna, Gig Harbor, in-person Q&A)

Dive deep to explore towering kelp forests and the elusive giant Pacific octopus with local filmmakers, including the 2022 Ocean Fest Youth Story winners.

7pm June 17: FOR LOVE OF ORCAS

For the Love of Salmon (Jan Vozenilek, Canada)

Coextinction (Gloria Pancrazi, Canada, virtual Q&A)

Journey around the Salish Sea with two Pacific Northwest films that show us how deeply we are all related – orcas, salmon, humans – and how we need to act now to protect all.

Held in partnership with The Grand Cinema, with the support of Tacoma Creates and other sponsors.

Details

Date:
June 17
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Venue

The Grand Cinema
606 S Fawcett Ave
Tacoma, WA 98402 United States
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