8th Annual Friday Harbor Film Festival

Filmmaker Q&A: THROUGH HER EYES: THE SCIENCE AND BEAUTY OF INTERTIDAL LIFE IN THE SALISH SEA

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Friday Harbor Film Festival wishes to congratulate the filmmakers for winning "Best Documentary Short” in this year's AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARDS!


Panelists:

Michael Noonan, Director

Dr Drew Harvell, Cast | Subject Matter Expert


About the Film

Set in the Pacific Northwest (Washington State, USA), the world-renown marine biologist, Dr Drew Harvell, conducts an exploration of the invertebrate biodiversity at False Bay in the beautiful San Juan Island archipelago.


Director Statement

To create this film I knew that all I had to do was to aim my camera at Drew Harvell and press record! And that is because the depth of Professor Harvell's knowledge about marine ecosystems is simply astonishing. Moreover, she combines her infectious enthusiasm for marine invertebrates with a gift for explaining biological complexities to any audience. As a result, she is one of the world's most effective advocates for preserving our planet's biodiversity. Thank you San Juan Preservation Trust for making this project happen!