The Centre for Science Communication and the Otago Museum have teamed up to present the Wild Nature Mini Film Festival.
See compelling stories of little-known wildlife wonders, expertly captured on film by graduate students from the Centre for Science Communication.
Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of bats battling extinction, the challenges facing an immigrant dung beetle, life in an ancient rain forest, and much more.
Duration of each film is approximately 25 minutes.
When: 12pm - 4:30pm, Sunday 12 June and 9am - 1pm, Sunday 26 June
Where: Barclay Theatre, Otago Museum
Film screening details:
A BEETLE ABROAD – ELEANOR GALE AND SAMANTHA YOUNG
12PM, Sunday 12 June and 9am, Sunday 26 June
BATTLING EXTINCTION – SARAH CULL-LUKETINA
12.30pm, Sunday 12 June and 9.30am, Sunday 26 June
BECOMING GIANTS – KYLE SWANN
1pm, Sunday 12 June
BLUEWATER – BEN LAMAR AND ADELE BENNET
10am, Sunday 26 June
DARK SKY – JERRY ROCK-ARCHER AND LAURA SARGISSON
1.30pm, Sunday 12 June and 10.30am, Sunday 26 June
LONGFIN – MELISSA SALPIETRA LINDSEY DAVIDSON
2pm, Sunday 12 June
LOVE IN COLD BLOOD – CARLA BRAUN-ELWERT AND JANE ADCROFT
2.30pm, Sunday 12 June and 11am, Sunday 26 June
ON THE BACK OF WHALES – MIO HOSHINO
3pm, Sunday 12 June
PEST FREE? – BRAYDON MOLONEY
3.30pm, Sunday 12 June and 11.30am, Sunday 26 June
TANGLED WATERS – ANDREW SCOTT AND NICOLE SHAFER
12pm, Sunday 26 June
THE WILD WET – JOSHUA MAYO AND MORITZ KATZ
4pm, Sunday 12 June and 12.30pm, Sunday 26 June