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We will be showing two films under a doubleheader:
“Where the Whales Sing” and “The Secret Lives of the Humpbacks”
We will be showing two movies with a 15-minute intermission.
Showtimes: 6:30 pm
“Where the Whales Sing” was completed in 2010. 60 minutes long, it was produced, directed, filmed, written and edited by Andrew and narrated by Elsa Stevenson at the age of 6. It won numerous awards including “Best Underwater Filmmaker” at the 2010 BLUE Ocean Film festival in Monterey, California. It has been subtitled or dubbed in Spanish, Italian, Korean, Persian and Czechoslovakian. It was included in a number of airlines’ inflight entertainment programs including Air Canada and won the prestigious $10,000 Masterworks/Charman Art Prize.
“The Secret Lives of the Humpbacks”, a character-driven nature documentary based on fifteen years of stunning, unique visual insights into the mid-ocean social lives of the North Atlantic humpback whales, completed in 2019. 43 minutes long it was produced, directed, filmed, written and edited by Andrew and narrated by Elsa and Somers Stevenson at the ages of 15 and 10. It has been subtitled in French and won film festival awards including “Best Oceans Film” at the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival in NYC in 2019 and Audience Choice Award at the Festival International du Documentaire Maritime in France, 2022.