Lukens Tree Preservation presents: THE MEMORY OF FISH: Post-film Q&A w/ Director Jennifer Galvin & Producer Emma Jones
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11 – 34th Annual Olympia Film Festival
Lukens Tree Preservation presents
THE MEMORY OF FISH
Post-film Q&A w/ director Jennifer Galvin & producer Emma Jones
3:30pm doors / 4:00pm film
$10 general admission / $7 OFS members & students / $5 Kids
Rivers connect us all. This fall, American Rivers presents the Pacific Northwest tour of the award-winning film The Memory of Fish –a documentary portrait of one man, the wild salmon he loves, and his fight to free a river. The Memory of Fish film tour aims to inspire communities near rivers at risk, encourage people to engage in political action and citizen science, and equip the audience to support American Rivers, whether through financial donation, service, or volunteering. Portion of proceeds benefit American Rivers’ work in the Puget Sound-Columbia Basin.
Dir. Jennifer Galvin and Sachi Cunningham / 2016 / US / 54 mins
Jennifer Galvin runs reelblue, LLC –an independent film production and media company based in New York. A public health scientist by training and a storyteller by nature, her motivations remain fueled by the maxim protect the vulnerable. Commercial to indie, documentary to fiction, moving image to print –for Jennifer it all starts with a great story. Recent honors include being named to GOOD Magazine’s GOOD 100, representing the vanguard of artists, activists, entrepreneurs, and innovators from over 35 countries making creative impact. Her most recent feature documentary The Memory of Fish (2016) was a Wildscreen Panda Award nominee –the highest accolade in the wildlife film and TV industry, dubbed the ‘Green Oscars’. More about Dr. Jennifer Galvin at reelblue.net and jengalvin.com.