The 2021 Festival is now over, but some of the feature films, and all of the shorts are publicly available.

The webinars were recorded and are available for viewing on the Sunshine Coast Conservation Association YouTube channel .

Thanks for a great festival! Watch for us again in 2022.

The Sunshine Coast Conservation Association (SCCA) presents a festival of events celebrating our ocean worlds and conservation efforts to save and protect them. In collaboration with the Green Film Series, we have invited the community and gathered resources to share. So DIVE IN, EXPLORE and CONNECT!

Feature Films

Photo of a humback whale surfacing

The Whale and the Raven

This film is available to watch on the NFB website. Director Mirjam Leuze’s The Whale and the Raven illuminates the many issues that have drawn whale researchers, the Gitga’at First Nation, and…
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Photos of Hatchery smolts

Artifishal

This film is available for public viewing from Patagonia. Artifishal is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports…
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photo from To the orcas with love

To the Orcas with Love

This film is available to watch, with a rental fee, on Vimeo. A filmmaker’s relationship with orcas inspires her to restore a loving relationship with herself and this remarkable planet.Stories…
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Underwater photo of kelp forest in the Salish Sea

This Living Salish Sea

Extensive underwater cinematography shows the life, complexity and beauty of the Salish Sea; communities stand along with First Nations to protect this environment.
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Webinars

The webinars were recorded and are available for viewing on the Sunshine Coast Conservation Association YouTube channel .

Lots of
short films

We’ve gathered a group of short films to share the wonder of our marine environment and our interactions with it. All of the shorts are available for public viewing.

Watch this 4 minute film by the SCCA celebrating the incredible diversity of marine life found in our own “backyard” on the Sunshine Coast.

Sunshine Coast Conservation Association