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Blue Water Film Festival

Maude Barlow
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The 2024 Blue Water Film Festival, presented by the Blue Water Institute, has announced its honorees and film lineup for its 5th Annual Blue Water Film Festival.

The four-day event will showcase features, shorts, and animated films with a total of 44 films, composed of 12 features and 27 short films. Maude Barlow will receive the Global Guardian Award, which is presented to an industry world leader whose contributions led to the protection of the natural laws of the environment and has changed the world for the better. The award will be presented by Matthew Oppenheimer from the Canadian Consulate on March 24, during the Blue Water Awards show. BWFF kicks off on March 21 with the opening night reception and screening of Jean-Albert Lievre’s Whale Nation at the Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park. The festival centerpiece presentation will be the feature documentary film Orca: Black, White & Gold, directed by Sarah Nörenberg. The festival will close with Boston Globe feature reporter David Abel’s Inundation District and In The Whale. The Blue Water Film Institute supports the Blue Water Film Festival as an emerging festival whose intention is to bring greater awareness to our planet’s precious life supply of water through cinema and engagement.