This Living Salish Sea

PRESENTED BY: Beacon Hill Meaningful Movies
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7:00 PM, Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Location: Beacon Hill (click for map)

The Salish Sea is one of the flash points and metaphors for issues affecting the environmental diversity and ecological sustainability that will severely impact future generations, not only of Washington and British Columbia, but world-wide.

“This Living Salish Sea” looks below the mirror of the surface, to explore some of the spectacular living treasures that inhabit the second largest “inland” sea in North America. It will also be a look below the mirror of society to explore powerful undercurrents of resistance welling up, in this time when humanity faces a crisis, and a crossroad.

The film’s director, Sarama, calls out fossil fuel corporations for profiting from the destruction of our planet. He encourages us to fight for a future for ourselves and all living beings through an appreciation for the beauty of the sea and a recognition that our lives depend on it.  “What happens to the sea happens to us all.” –Sarama

This event is free to the public but donations are greatly appreciated to cover our costs.

Release Year: 2017

Running Time: 1 hour 28 minutes

Director: Sarama

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