Saturday, Sept. 29 | 2:00 pm | US Premiere

A meditative, immersive and spiritual film examining the possibilities for humans to bridge the divide between themselves and dolphins, in order to learn from their wisdom. Humans and dolphins. Two ways of life. Two mentalities. The artificial and the genuine.  Is contact possible between them? Intraterrestrial inhabitants of the Earth - not us or them, but us with them.

Directed by Alexander & Nicole Gratovsky | 2017 | Spain | 55 MINS.

Screening with short films:


Roost: The Crows Of Downtown Portland

*PNW filmmaker, filmmaker in attendance

As dusk falls, thousands of crows descend upon the park blocks of downtown Portland. This dramatic gathering (colloquially known as a "murder of crows") is explored through the eyes of a child and further explained by a specialist from the Audubon Society of Portland.

Directed by Irene Tejaratchi Hess | 2018 | US | 5 MINS



US West Coast premiere

Humans have finally succeeded in destroying the planet. As the last people board the ship to Mars, the earth breathes a sigh of relief and the boundless resilience of nature springs into action!

Directed by Ellen Osborne | 2018 | US | 4 MINS.



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