Entangled JP Movie Night
April 15, 2021 7:00 PM
That’s the central question addressed in “Entangled” where filmmaker David Abel documents the struggle between conservationists trying to save the North Atlantic Right Whale and the Maine lobstermen whose traps often harm them.
The film won a 2020 Jackson Wild award – known as “the Oscars of nature films”- and will be the 4th film of our five-part streaming “Small Screen, Big Picture” series; our look at films made by local filmmakers covering topics of pressing concern to us all.
Available for viewing only on Thursday, April 15 at 7pm, and capped by a Zoom Q&A with the filmmaker. Ticket buyers will be sent a password-protected link to a 7:00 pm zoom session for a brief introduction, and from there will receive the streaming link to watch the film.
If you have any questions feel free to check out our website (www.jpmovienight.org) or respond to this email.
Click Here to purchase a ticket for “Entangled.”
Additional Benefit: Local restaurant Brassica will offer a 10% discount for dinner on April 14 and 15 to ticket holders! Why not support a local business, another pressing concern, while you enjoy the film!?