8th Annual Friday Harbor Film Festival

Filmmaker Q&A: South Florida PBS CHANGING SEAS: A DECADE AFTER DEEPWATER

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Welcome to the PBS CHANGING SEAS: A DECADE AFTER DEEPWATER Livestream Q&A!


This is a recording of the live FILMMAKER Q&A ONLY and does NOT include the viewing of the film. Watch for free through October 31st!


ABOUT THE FILM

Ten years after the Deepwater Horizon oil rig disaster, scientists study its devastating impacts on the Gulf of Mexico and use lessons learned to prepare for the next big spill.


PANELISTS: 

Liz Smith, Director

Gary Shigenaka, Senior Biologist, NOAA/Emergency Response Division

Greg Frankfurter, Veterinarian, SR³ SeaLife Response, Rehabilitation, and Research

Kim Sundberg, retired habitat biologist for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and first responder to the Exxon Valdez oil spill

Brendan Cowan, member of the Islands’ Oil Spill Association (IOSA) Board of Directors and the Director of the San Juan County Department of Emergency Management

Lovel Pratt, Moderator


LIVESTREAM FOCUS

This livestream will focus on local oil spill prevention and response, what we've learned from Deep Water Horizon, and what's discussed in the film.