TICKETS on sale now: http://elementsfilmfest.org/tickets
Enter a world of discovery at Vancouver’s NEW Elements Film Festival inspiring people of all ages with the influence of film by connecting with our natural world and creating positive change in our community with entertainment, education, and engagement.
April 14th + 15th at TELUS World of Science
Sat Apr. 14: 10AM – 10PM
Sun Apr. 15: 10AM – 8:00PM
Experience a visual feast of wildlife and nature, conservation and the environment, action sports and adventure through the lens of international and local filmmakers. Join us for feature films, discussion panels, student film competition, and participate in our Audience Choice Award.
Daytime programming features entertainment for families including a performance by interactive entertainer, Ira Pettle. Free daytime with Science World admission.
Evening sessions are focused for ages 19+. Saturday night “Chasing Coral” feature film admission includes the Elements Festival Launch Party celebrating the 2018 International the Year of the Reef.
Evening tickets: $13 + Festival Membership: $2.
Highlights of the Festival:
“Chasing Coral” follows an impassioned team of divers, photographers, and scientists on a thrilling ocean adventure to discover why coral reefs, the ocean’s lungs, are dying at an unprecedented rate.
Apr 14 – 8:30pm
“Confluir” – Vancouver Premiere Rising energy demands in Peru are threatening the Marañó River, the
principal tributary of the Amazon River. Join an international team of scientists rafting this river to study the effects of proposed dams.
Apr 14 – 8:00pm
“The Peel Project” paddles along with six remarkable young artists into the Canadian Arctic to explore the limits of art and creation on one of the last intact river systems in North America.
Apr 15 – 6:30pm
“Creekwalker” strides with Stan Hutchings renowned for walking the creeks of BC’s Great Bear Rainforest for 40 years due to his passion for salmon, the very centre of the coastal ecosystem.
Apr 15 – 12:30pm
“Acid Horizon” – Canadian Premiere Meet global warming’s evil twin: ocean acidification, a diabolical threat to life in the world’s oceans. Follow Dr. Erik Cordes on his quest to uncover the secrets of survival in an acidic future.
Apr 15 – 7:30pm
“Patterns of the Ocean” follows manta ray researcher, Elitza Germanov on a field trip in Komodo to learn the fascinating migration patterns of these iconic giants of the seas.
Apr 15 – 3:30pm
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