The San Francisco Ocean Film Festival wants you to submit your video work of the clean up-efforts, the local animals, beaches and people that have been affected by the November 2007 disaster. Post your videos here
“Everyone is encouraged to contribute raw footage or edited shorts about what they saw, what they did, and how they feel about 58,000 gallons of bunker fuel spilling in our backyard,” say the organizers.
The best clips will be shown at The 2008 San Francisco Ocean Film Festival (SFOFF) at the Cowell Theater at Fort Mason, Pier 2 in San Francisco, CA 94123-1322 over the weekend of February 1-3. Festival Office Phone: (415) 561-6251 More festival information online
Now in its fifth year, SFOFF celebrates the sea with inspirational films that increase our appreciation of the oceans that surround us. View the beauty and mysteries of the ocean, experience the thrill of saltwater sports, explore coastal cultures, and pause to reflect on the importance of this vital ecosystem.
You can view some of the clips already uploaded to a group’s You Tube space: View the current submissions
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