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Series 7 - Annual New York Wildlife Conservation Film Festival
NYIT Auditorium
New York, NY
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Series 7 - Annual New York Wildlife Conservation Film Festival
4th Annual New York Wildlife Conservation Film Festival
A unique conservation, cultural and entertainment event.


Series 7
10:30 AM  12:00 PM
(Films for Children & Families)


"Shark Riddle"
Laura & Robert Sams
Sisbro Productions
25 minutes

The Shark Riddle, is a half-hour shark film for the whole family  featuring HD footage of over 20 shark species. What is the biggest shark in the ocean, and what do its teeth look like? That is the mysterious riddle that The Riddle Solvers must figure out. Join their adventure through the pages of a magical journal to solve this riddle and meet a raucous group of singing sea lions, experience the underwater game show Are You a Shark? Hear a shark lullaby, go to shark camp and discover the powerful and magnificent world of sharks. This charming and hilarious look at the ocean's top predators has received 'two fins up' from sharks everywhere.


"Treasure Fish of Texada Island"
Otter Be Good Productions
Terry L. Brown, Producer
25 minutes

Texada Island stickleback fish may be the youngest species' in the world. They may also be the rarest and most endangered! 'Treasure Fish' deeply explores what daily life is like for these fish. Beyond this it touches on the scientific significance of the species pairs. As we immerse ourselves in the drama of their lives these tiny fish become familiar neighbours, not so different from you and me. You'll feel as if you're right there in the water with these flamboyant and fascinating fish through up-close-and-personal videography and intimate narration. Marvel as Dad stickleback makes a nest and fiercely protects his eggs and small fry from turtles, dragonflies and marauding bands of pirate stickleback! Discover hidden treasure in the living jewels of Texada Island


"Once Upon A Tide"
Kathleen Frith, Producer
10 minutes

A storyteller, played by Academy Award winner Linda Hunt, speaks to us of a spell that has been cast that has caused everyone to forget about the importance of the ocean. One little girl, however, is determined to find a way to break the spell. She embarks on a journey to the sea with a magical shell that shows her how our health and well-being depend on the marine environment, and explains how the ocean is under threat. Arriving at her destination, the girl helps us realize how we can all break the spell and save the ocean, and ourselves.


"People Love Turtles"
Otter Be Good Productions
Terry L. Brown, Producer
20 minutes

Western Painted Turtles are often overlooked on the coast of British Columbia, Canada. In fact, most people don't even know they're here. It's not because turtles hide away in vast wilderness areas. They can and do live with us in the urban environment. But in order for these endangered turtles to thrive, humans need to help. Learn how you can help as you dive right into the turtles' watery world and meet them face-to-face in this film! Witness never-before-filmed behavior. Enjoy intimate moments with a mom turtle as she labors to safely lay her eggs. Playful original music will have you dancing with the turtles. You'll emerge from this film a turtle lover!


"Barbara Roberts-Mother of all Hedgehogs"
Abigail Brown, Producer
8 minutes

Barbara Roberts is a 60 year old woman who has dedicated the past 22 years of her life to caring for rehabilitating sick, injured and underweight hedgehogs at the Withington Hedgehog Hospital in her own home. She has had to face a myriad of problems along the way and overcome many challenges to reach the more constant, fluid routine she has today. Despite this balance she finds herself in, other challenges are ever present and the future of the hospital is far from certain.

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Location

NYIT Auditorium (View)
1871 Broadway (between 61st and 62nd streets)
New York, NY 10023
United States


Categories

Arts > Visual
Education > Other
Film > Festivals
Film > Movies
Film > Premiers
Other > Family-Friendly
Other > Other
Other > Pets and Animals

Minimum Age: 5
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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