Series 13 | 12:00-2:00 pm
Evolution in Isolation
Protecting Blue Whales & Blue Skies
Panel Discussion TBA
Evolution in Isolation | 52 minutes
To the farthest islet from any Mediterranean continent, where atmospheric conditions are severe and adverse, where the wind and the sea model orography and do not allow vegetation to display or grow, it is where we have traveled to film The Balearic Lizard. WATCH TRAILER >
Protecting Blue Whales & Blue Skies | 7 minutes
A film about the collaborative effort to cut pollution and protect whales in the Santa Barbara Channel region.
THALATTA | 50 minutes
The relationship between man and the sea has always been an exploitative one. Produced by a self-funded group of students at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, this documentary sensitizes the public about the extreme exploitation of the sea through documents and testimonies from amateur and professional fishermen, scientists and experts on the domain of fishery. WATCH TRAILER >
Series 14 | 2:30-4:30 pm
Tigers and Humans
Megeti-Africa's Lost Wolf
Tigers and Humans | 52 minutes
Producer: Sergey Yastrzhembskiy
Country: Russia | North America Premiere
This film shows the wildlife Amur tigers conservation work in the territories of Russia and China, analyzes its effectiveness and speaks of the main threats to the survival of the Amur tiger in order to learn how better to deal with it. WATCH TRAILER >
Megeti-Africa’s Lost Wolf | 50 minutes
Megeti - Africa's Lost Wolf tells the touching story of a lone Ethiopian wolf who lost her pack and is left to fend for herself, wandering across the highlands, until suddenly the story takes a dramatic turn. WATCH TRAILER >
The Cat That Changed America
The Other Side
The Silent Death of the Lions
Panel discussion, Q&A with producer Tony Lee, wildlife photographer Alex Rapaport, film producer Anna-Marie Harding, and Beth Pratt from the National Wildlife Federation.
The Cat that Changed America | 74 minutes
P22 is considered the most famous mountain lion in the world, living in Griffith Park, right in the heart of Los Angeles. He was born in the Santa Monica mountains and crossed two of the busiest freeways in America the 405 and 101, before he settled in the park. Yet P22 is now trapped, with little chance of finding a mate or seeing another of his species. WATCH TRAILER >
Producer: Kent Truog | World Wildlife Fund
Country: Cambodia | World Premiere
The Other Side | 5 minutes
The Silent Death of the Lions | 30 minutes
The king of the beasts is going through a difficult time. His kingdom is shrinking. There have never been so few lions as there are today. The remaining wild cats are causing more and more conflicts. Even humans are being attacked. Now scientists are going down new avenues to protect the last lions together with the Maasai. But the question is: Has the king of the beasts come to the end of the road?
Series 16 | 8:00-10:00 pm
To Skin a Cat
The Highest Latitude
Canis Lupis Colorado
Q&A with Dr. Luke Hunter, President & Chief Conservation Officer of PANTHERA immediately following To Skin a Cat. Shelton L. Dupreez Q&A following The Highest Latitude
To Skin a Cat | 77 minutes
To Skin a Cat is a documentary film about one man’s mission to halt the alarming decline in southern Africa’s leopard populations due to a widespread skin trade. WATCH TRAILER >
The Highest Latitude | 25 minutes
Sailing the limits toward the North Pole through the rugged Norwegian Arctic ocean. Join the adventurous group onboard M/y Latitude again, as we push ourselves once more into foreign unknown icy waters.
Canis Lupis Colorado | 18 minutes
Join Grizzly Creek Films, producer of the award-winning signature series, on action-packed odyssey through North America’s wild places — revealing the beauty and complexity of the natural world.