Start Date: 1/16/2019 5:00 PM EST
End Date: 1/16/2019 8:00 PM EST
Venue Name: Dolby 88 Screening Room Location:
1350 Sixth Ave. (Entrance is on 55th St.)
New York, NY United States 10019
WJA NY Metro Chapter
The WJA New York Metro Chapter Presents:
Exclusive, Limited-Seating Opportunity for Members-Only Attendance at the Power of Pearl Documentary Premiere
The WJA New York Metro Chapter has just secured an exclusive invitation FOR MEMBERS ONLY to attend a private preview screening of the Power of Pearl documentary in New York City in advance of its international premiere!
This is a COMPLETELY FREE OFFER to the first 25 WJA members who register now!
The feature-length documentary Power of Pearl: The Farm Beneath the Sea, is an adventurous portrait of sustainable pearl farming in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Australia where building interdependent communities, fighting climate change, and halting encroaching industries is crucial for survival. Pearls act as a barometer of ocean health and offer a window into the environment for people who might not otherwise be inclined to explore it. The film is directed by Ahbra Cale Perry & R.T. Higgins, produced by Dani Faith Leonard, Alex Cirillo, and Kalyanee Mam, and is narrated by Ashlan Cousteau. The film’s run time is 80 minutes.
A champagne reception kicks off the evening at 5 pm, followed by a discussion with the makers and producers and a private screening of the film at 6 pm.
Through the WJA board’s vast industry connections, the New York Metro Chapter board has secured 25 coveted seats at this swanky affair at the amazing price of ZERO DOLLARS for MEMBERS ONLY to enjoy!
This event is absolutely FREE for members only, but seating is limited to 25 WJA Members only! There are NO AT-THE-DOOR registrations! Click the button to right to reserve your seat!
Registration closes on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2018 at 12 noon.
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