The Human Element (plays with Fishing with Mobile Nets: Preserving Culture and Improving Commerce for Colombia’s Fishermen)

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The Human Element (plays with Fishing with Mobile Nets: Preserving Culture and Improving Commerce for Colombia’s Fishermen)

1870 Harbor Boulevard
Sunday, April 29 @ 2:45 pm - 4:12 pm
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Wildfires ravage the American west coast while hurricanes demolish the southeast, and sea levels rise to dangerous levels. The effects of environmental change are everywhere, yet very few seem to notice. Photographer James Balog, fearful for what may become of his country, travels ocean to ocean to observe and record the impact of these changes on everyday Americans.

 

Playing with: Fishing with Mobile Nets: Preserving Culture and Improving Commerce for Colombia’s Fishermen

Columbia

 

An exploration of how traditional fishermen in Colombia are integrating mobile technologies into their livelihoods for improved economic and social outcomes.

 

 

 

 

Q&A with Director Elliot Kotek following the screening

 

Details

Date: Sunday, April 29
Time: 2:45 pm - 4:12 pm
Event CategoryEnvironmental

Venue

Address: 1870 Harbor Boulevard
Costa Mesa, CA 92627 United States

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Organizer

Organizer Name: Newport Beach Film Festival
Phone: (949) 253-2880

Other

Running Time 1h 18m 0s
Country Of Origin USA
Year Completed 2018
Producer(s) Olivia Ahnemann, Daniel Wright
Cinematographer Josh Salzman, Jim Hurst
Editor Lyman Smith
Music Jeff Russo, Morgan Kibby, Additional Music by Zoe Keating
Screenwriter Matthew Testa, James Balog, Lyman Smith
Short Synopsis The effects of environmental change as seen through the eyes of struggling Americans.
Language English
Premiere World
Director Matthew Testa
Venue The Triangle 5