Dir. Robert Nixon | Documentary | U.S.A. | 1 hr. 22 min.

Discussion to follow with director Robert Nixon and film subjects Max Kennedy, Jack Nixon, and Buddy Vanderhoop

Seeing the disappearance of fish he loves to catch, 15-year-old Jack Nixon enlists marine conservationist Dr. Sylvia Earle in a years-long quest to save our dying oceans. Photographer Brian Skerry, captain Max Kennedy, and a band of teenage aquanauts bolster expeditions to the high seas of industrial fishing fleets, and to the melting polar ice of the Chukchi Sea. Astronaut Bill Anders and activist Bill McKibben provide lessons on how humanity met past challenges. Daunted by the present ones, the teenagers find hope in nature’s ability to heal.

Monday, August 5, 2019 - outdoors at the Beach Plum Inn, Chilmark

our guest of honor is captain max kennedy

our guest of honor is captain max kennedy

Come just for the outdoor screening, or purchase a ticket to a
Fundraising Dinner at the Beach Plum Inn
Just before sunset, join us for dinner overlooking Menemsha Harbor. Enjoy a spectacular view, and a locally sourced three-course meal, with our guest of honor. Dinner includes reserved seating at the outdoor screening to follow.
All proceeds benefit the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival.


Sponsored by Natasha Bacigalupo Ziff & Dirk Ziff and Wells Fargo & Company