06 December 2011

14 Dec (Wed): Free screening of "A Fall from Freedom" by ACRES

Whales and dolphins have captured the imagination of people all over the world. They have come to symbolize not only an alien form of intelligence, but a sense of ultimate freedom in their marine environment and a camaraderie among their herd mates that we envy and admire.

A Fall From Freedom trailer from OdyseeTV on Vimeo.

A Fall from Freedom is the first film to expose the long and sordid history of the captive whale and dolphin business: a history that continues to this day. The illegal capture and transport of killer whales, the thousands of dolphins that are killed in order to provide marine parks and aquariums with replacement animals, and the ability of these facilities to miseducate the public about these animals.

These, and many other issues, are covered in graphic detail in this 80-minute film.

Free entry but pre-registration required on the Save the World's Saddest Dolphins website.

Time: 7pm
Venue: Sinema Old School, 11b Mount Sophia, Old School #B1-12
Website and contact: http://www.saddestdolphins.com/A%20Fall%20Freedom/AFallFromFreedom.html

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