Duncan Berry, artist, poet, and former salmon troller captain, shares his gratitude and passion for the sea through his words and practice of Gyotaku, the ancient Japanese art of printing fish, twisting our human-centric perspective of conservation toward one that reveres the creatures humans share this world with.
SCREENING IN SHORT FILM BLOCK B
- 7pm Saturday, March 11
- 12:30pm Sunday, March 12
Filmmaker: Whit Hassett
Narration: Duncan Berry
Running Time: 2:59
Type: Short/Super Short Film Award Winner
A documentary filmmaker, aquatic ecologist, and drone pilot, Whit Hassett aspires to bring stewardship and action through film. Whit thrives in bridging the gap between science and engaging people’s hearts and minds. In addition to I Am Salmon, Whit directed This Land, both of which have screened at major outdoor and environmental film festivals worldwide. She continues to work in environmental advocacy and storytelling to stir awareness and systemic change.