Bermuda’s waters and the humpback whales that pass through them will be showcased during Air Canada flights, with the airline having purchased the rights to show “Where the Whales Sing” on its flights for a two-month period.
In addition, a television station in Iran has bought the rights to broadcast the film in the Middle East, and South Korea will be dubbing the film into Korean and will showcase “Where the Whales Sing” to a young audience during their Environmental Film Festival in Seoul next month.
The 60-minute documentary is the culmination of Andrew Stevenson’s Humpback Whale Film & Research Project, intended to research and collect visual and acoustics data on the humpbacks as they migrate past Bermuda to broaden our knowledge of these magnificent animals.
This film was first shown at the Bermuda International Film Festival in March 2010, and has went on to win a number of awards both locally and overseas.
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