A 20-minute, work-in-progress cut from A Sea Change will screen in early July in the Educational Center at the 11th International Coral Reef Symposium in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Though the symposium is for scientists, the Educational Center is open to the public, so we’re hoping to get some feedback we can keep in mind as we continue to craft the full-length documentary.
We’re very happy to have a presence there: the symposium is sanctioned by the International Society for Reef Studies (ICRS) and only happens every four years. The timing is impeccable, as far as we’re concerned.
Coral is particularly vulnerable to ocean acidification: reef researchers are our natural allies.
Did you know this is the International Year of the Reef, btw?