20:00, Fri 8 Nov 2019
Standard £8.00, Concession £5.00, Booking essential
Winner of the 2019 Sundance audience award, this riveting documentary set in the Gulf of California has the intensity of a Hollywood thriller, filled with gunfire, cartels and corruption. Directed by Richard Ladkani, who co-directed Netflix’s urgent anti-poaching doc The Ivory Game, and exec-produced by Leonardo DiCaprio, the subject of this documentary eco-thriller is the vaquita, the world’s smallest whale, which is near extinction as its habitat is destroyed by Mexican cartels and Chinese mafia who poach the rare totoaba fish – the “cocaine of the sea.”
Directors: Sean Bogle,Richard Ladkani,Matthew Podolsky
Cast: Romel Eduardo Ledezma Abaroa, Rafael Pacchiano Alamán, Hector Capetillo, Andrea Crosta, Marc Davis, Carlos Loret de Mola
This screening has no adverts or trailers and starts at the advertised time.
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