Cape Cod's Nature Place

The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History


Beneath the Waves Film Fest

Nature Program



Saturday, April 12, 2014

6:30 pm

Call for reservations. 508 896 3867 #133      $10/person

The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History and Atlantic White Shark Conservancy will host Beneath the Waves Film Festival on Saturday, April 12, 2014.  We will screen a variety of short environmental films with a focus on sharks, whales, and oysters. After the films, there will be a Q&A period with a panel of experts on these topics, allowing the audience to learn about the important work being done right in our own community. 

The mission of Beneath the Waves is to raise public awareness with regards to ocean conservation and marine science through the use of visual and digital media.  

 The panel:

Austin Gallagher- PhD Candidate at the University of Miami, RJ Dunlap Conservation Program
Regina Asmutis-Silvia- Executive Director, NA, Whale and Dolphin Conservation
Curtis S. Felix- Board Member, Massachusetts Oyster Project
Sarah Taylor- Senior Aquarist/Expedition Leader, New England Aquarium

The films:

The Story of Sharks
Plight of the North Atlantic Right Whale
Manta Sanctuary
Harbor Heroes
The Immigrants
Now More Than Ever, Sharks Count