Join us at Cowell Theater on Thursday, June 6 from 7-9 PM PDT for the US Premiere screening of Canada C3: Coast to Coast to Coast in celebration of World Oceans Day. Followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with:
Geoff Green, C.M. – Founder and President, Students on Ice Foundation
Megan Humchitt – Marine Protection Campaigner & Heiltsuk Community Liaison, PacificWild.
Grace Park – Film & Television Actress
6:00 PM – Doors Open
7:00 – 8:00PM – Screening
8:00 – 9:00PM – Post-screening Q&A
General Admission – $15
Student/Senior – $10
Child (12 and under) – $8
Ticket sales will be available at the door.
Click HERE to get your tickets!
Canada C3, also known as Canada Coast to Coast to Coast, follows a 150-day expedition aboard the Polar Prince which began in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia and ended in Victoria, British Columbia. Traveling over 25,000 kilometers along Canada’s coastline, the longest of any country in the world, over 400 people participated in the journey including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The journey engaged thousands of citizens living in the over 75 coastal, mostly Indigenous, communities as well as millions who engaged virtually through various social media and digital learning platforms. Connecting Canadians through shared stories of community, place and culture, the expedition focused on Reconciliation, the Environment, Diversity and Inclusion and Youth Engagement — all key components in building a better Canada.
About the International Ocean’s Film Festival
Since its launch in 2004, the San Francisco-based International Ocean Film Festival has attracted
thousands of spectators of all ages from around the world, including film enthusiasts, sea
athletes, educators, and environmental supporters. Since then, the Festival has presented over 50
films from 15 different countries and featured post-film Q&A sessions with visiting filmmakers,
special panel discussions with content experts, and the Annual Free Student Education Program.
It was the first event of its kind in North America, inspired by the well-established ocean festival
in Toulon, France, which has continued to draw large audiences for more than 40 years.