Location: Al Whittle Theatre Date: Thursday, October 22, 2020 Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pmPrice: $10.00 - Buy Now
Available for viewers in Nova Scotia in person only with limited capacity.
For eight years, freediver Craig Foster has explored the rare wildlife off the coast of South Africa. His daily observations of a wild octopus living in a kelp forest develops into a close bond, across species and separated by millions of years of evolution. The ingenuity and quick wit of the octopus bear witness to a highly developed intelligence and the encounter changes Craig’s life forever.
Netherland/South Africa, 2020, 90 minutes
Directors Pippa Ehrlich & James Reed
Distributor Films Transit International
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The meaning of life, happiness, and success according to Lucien Comeau, a musician and “philosopher of the everyday” who lives in Tracadie-Sheila, New Brunswick.
Canada, 2019, 25 minutes
Director Nathalie Hébert