2010 04 30- Where the Whales Sing- Bermuda College Lecture Theatre Thursday 6th May at 6.30 pm Print E-mail
Written by Andrew Stevenson   


After three years of research and filming, the Humpback Whale Research and Film Project will screen the one-hour documentary “Where the Whales Sing” at 6.30 pm on 6th May 2010 at the Bermuda College Lecture Theatre. Tickets obtainable at http://www.bdatix.com/ Students, teachers, volunteers and sponsors free.

After the screening there will be an open panel discussion with Dr. Ian Walker, Curator of the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo and Dr. Sajni Tolaram, Professor English and Film Studies, Bermuda College.

 Bermuda is the only mid-ocean platform in the Northern hemisphere providing a window into the migratory social behaviour of humpback whales. The one-hour film documents new evidence of the humpbacks’ lives with remarkable close-up underwater footage of humpback whales in Bermuda, their breeding grounds in the Caribbean, and their feeding grounds in Eastern Canada.

 Three years ago Producer/Director Andrew Stevenson embarked on what seemed like an interesting and challenging project. The humpback whales have since become an overriding passion. Come share his journey, told through the eyes of his 6-year old daughter, Elsa.

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