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Monday, November 13 • 5:30pm - 7:10pm
Bluefin (53m) + Ghost of the Mountains (45m)

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 Premiere • Red Grid • Documentary
Genre: Social Justice, Environmental, Wildlife, Oceans, Food, Sustainable, Fisheries, Fishing, Sushi, nature, science, politics

2016 • Canada • 53 min. • 16:9 • ProRes HQ
In English
DIR John Hopkins, SCR John Hopkins, PRO Annette Clarke, Ravida Din, ExePro , Co-Pro, , DP/CIN , ProDes , Edit , Costume , Mus , Art , SndMix , SndEd , Cast

Endangered giant bluefin tuna have returned to Prince Edward Island, Canada in surprising abundance after a complete disappearance from overfishing. But something strange is going on. Normally wary tuna no longer fear humans.

 Ghost of the Mountains

 Premiere • Red Grid • Documentary
Genre: Anthropology, Environmental, Ethnographic, Science

2016 • Denmark, Italy • 45 min. • 16:9 • Digital HD
In Danish, English, Italian with English subtitles
DIR Frederik Wolff Teglhus & Annalisa Brambilla, SCR Frederik Wolff Teglhus & Annalisa Brambilla, PRO , ExePro , Co-Pro, , DP/CIN Frederik Wolff Teglhus & Annalisa Brambilla, ProDes , Edit Anders Obbekjær, Costume , Mus Snöleoparden, Art Annalisa Brambilla, SndMix Johan Assing Høyer, SndEd -, Cast -

GHOST OF THE MOUNTAINS (2016) - A meditative film journey to Mongolia’s wilderness in search of the endangered snow leopard. A very rare photo of a snow leopard from northwestern Mongolia in 2014 starts a Danish-Italian research expedition. A team of researchers travel 8,000 kilometers into the remote national park Silkhem B. to place 50 camera traps to help examine how the snow leopard population is doing in the area. The documentary follows the expedition on the three-week journey through the national park’s icy mountain landscapes in search of a snapshot of the snow leopard. At the same time the film gives a realistic insight into scientific fieldwork and the researchers’ efforts to preserve one of the world’s most endangered species. The expedition reveals that the snow leopard status is far more critical than first thought, due to an increase of domestic animals and humans to the area. The film gives opportunity to reflect on the human role and its imprint on nature. If man and nature can’t coexist in one of the most desolate places on earth - where then? The film has been shown at Trento Film Festival 2016 in Italy and participates in the competition for best film at Bansko Mountain Film Festival in late 2016 in Bulgaria.

Monday November 13, 2017 5:30pm - 7:10pm MST
Ramada — Screen C-2 1575 W 200 N, Cedar City, UT 84720

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