For all of you that love the ocean and care about its important stories, the SF Ocean Film Festival is for you. And if you attend on Sunday, March 13th, you can watch “Home for Hawksbill.”
About the festival: “The San Francisco Ocean Film Festival celebrates the sea with inspirational films that increase our appreciation of the oceans that surround us. Come view the beauty and mysteries of the ocean, experience the thrill of saltwater sports, explore coastal cultures, and pause to reflect on the importance of this vital ecosystem…”
The Nature Conservancy has a new blog that posts news about ongoing events in the Arnavons and conservation throughout the Solomon Islands. This is an excellent resource to learn about the exciting work being done there. Visit the blog…
The American Memorial Park, located in Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands, will be screening “Home for Hawksbill” on Dec. 3, 2010 as part of their First Friday film series.
The UN sponsored Equator Initiative awarded the 2008 Equator Prize to the Arnavon Community Marine Conservation Area Management Committee. They’ve recently linked “Home for Hawksbill” to their website.
The Nature Conservancy invites you to a special screening of Home for Hawksbill on Thursday, November 18, at the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Maryland.
Note: Due to the overwhelming response, 50 extra seats have been added to this event.
The Guardian newspaper recently profiled the Solomon Islands in their Travel section. In it, journalist Richard Rogers interviewed TNC staff about the Arnavon Islands and embedded a link to “Home for Hawksbill.” Article.
The United Nations Association Film Festival kicks off this weekend. Come support the festival and see “Home for Hawksbill” on the big screen this Sunday, October 24th.
When: 2:00pm, Sunday, October 24th
Where: AQUARIUS THEATRE, 430 EMERSON STREET, PALO ALTO
A pijin version of the film is currently screening at the Isabel Trade Show at the Buala to mark the Premiers Conference (a meeting of the elders in Santa Isabel province). It screened ten times in one night due to high demand.
“Home for Hawksbill” is screening in Albuquerque on Sunday, October 10th as part of the Duke City Docfest.
Here’s your chance to see “Home for Hawksbill” on the big screen. We’d be thrilled to have you attend one of our upcoming screenings at: Albuquerque, Moss Landing, Toronto, Stanford, Atlanta, Shepherdstown, and Baltimore. Continue reading