** Note: Due to an unavoidable last minute issue at Haworth, the screening location has been moved to the beautiful EF Headquarters across the road, on 258 Tongren Road. **
Coral reefs around the world are vanishing at an unprecedented rate. A team of divers, photographers and scientists set out on a thrilling ocean adventure to discover why and to reveal the underwater mystery to the world.
Green Initiatives 99th film screening, in support of the World Water Day 2019, CHASING CORAL, was filmed over three years, with 500+ hours underwater, includes footage from over 30 countries, and was made with the support of over 500 people around the world.
“It’s not too late for coral reefs… indeed, for many other ecosystems that are facing challenges from climate change. It’s still possible to reduce the rate at which the climate is changing, and that’s within our power today.”
– Dr. Ove Hoegh-Guldberg
Winner of 7 awards and 17 nominations. Including Best Feature Documentary and Call to Action Award by Boulder International Film Festival.
'Chasing Coral' is a fascinating documentary from the same director, of 'Chasing Ice' (2012), Jeff Orlowski. The film tells the story of climate change by showing some of its unambiguous effects.
- 18:00-19:00 Registrations
- 19:00-19:15 Green Initiatives introduction
- 19:15-20:45 Film screening
- 20:45-21:15 Q&A/Discussions and networking
Austin Powers is an artist, director, divemaster, underwater photographer and passionate explorer. He is the founder of Loud Ocean - a creative studio dedicated to ocean conservation, creating content and experiences that help bridge the gap between culture and sustainability.
- Film does not come with Chinese subtitles.
- Entrance fee of ¥50 for all registered guests, that includes snacks, juice, and beer.
- ¥70 at-the-door for non-registered guests.
- ¥20 for students and interns (limited seats), with PRIOR REGISTRATION and student card.
- We have seating space only for 80 people although we have plenty of standing space. Please come in early to secure a seat.
EF is a partner in GI's [WE] Project - attendees are welcome to bring their used electronic items for reuse/recycling.