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Today on Your Call: How can storytelling about the ocean help save it?
On today's your call we'll talk to organizers and filmmakers with the 11th annual San Francisco ocean film festival, which will feature films about sharks, whales, deep sea diving, and coastal cultures. The festival will also debut ocean films made by teens. So what kinds of stories make you feel connected to the ocean and its future? Join the conversation on the next your call with Rose Aguilar and you.
Ana Blanco, executive director of the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival
Adam Warmington, director of 'The Sunnydale Kids'
David McGuire, marine biologist and founder of Sea Stewards, an ocean health and shark conservation nonprofit
When: March 5-9, 2014.
Where: Bay Theater, PIER 39, San Francisco, CA
Tickets and Info: www.oceanfilmfest.org or 415.561.6251
*All tickets include entry to Aquarium of the Bay
Mini-film: The Sunnydale Kids