Sharkwater Extinction (Canada), the final film by award-winning Toronto documentarian, photographer, and conservationist Rob Stewart, updates and expands on the fight by Stewart and others to halt the hunting of sharks. Yet these magnificent creatures are in more danger than ever, due to a thriving pirate industry, legal loopholes, and widespread corruption. Over 100 million sharks are still killed every year. The world’s shark population has decreased by 90 percent in the last 30 years. Completed by the production team after Stewart died while making the film, Sharkwater Extinction takes us to Costa Rica, Cape Verde, the Bahamas, Panama, and the US to explore the myriad ways sharks continue to be placed in peril.
Sun, 13 January 2019
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM MST
A couple of IFF’s films coming up this winter, Kayak to Klemtu and The Wife. Showing at Vogue Theatre in Fernie. We’re so lucky to have festivals such as this in our small town.
Monday, November 7 at 7pm
At the Vogue Theatre
Tickets: Available at the door — Arts Station Members – $9/adult; $8/youth
Regular admission – $10/adult; $9/youth
Monday, December 5 at 7pm
At The Vogue Theatre
Tickets at the door — Arts Station Members Adult $9 / Youth $8
Non-Members Adult $10 / Youth $9
Act Now and Save!
Tickets Now Available for the Indie Film Fernie (IFF) 4-Film Pass.
Arts Station members pay only $28 for the full series.
Non-members pay a mere $32.
Call 250-423-4842 or email email@example.com.
Monday, September 13
Mao’s Last Dancer
Monday, October 4
The Secret in Their Eyes
Monday, November 1
Watch The Trailer: http://www.wastelandmovie.com/index.php?/trailer/
Monday, December 6
Posted in Fernie BC, Festivals, Films, Ideas Galore, The Arts
Tagged IFF, Indie Films, Mao's Last Dancer, Nowhere Boy, The Arts Station, The Secret in their Eyes, Vogue Theatre, Waste Land