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Nine Films to Watch and Share Right Now

Sunday, Mar 22, 2020

Looking for something to watch at home? We've got you covered with nine of Sea Shepherd's ocean conservation films available to stream online. 

 

Watch along and join the Q&A from the comfort of your screen during our Facebook Premiere events!

Jeedara (46 mins) - Celebrate the victory of oil-giant Equinor recently becoming the fourth fossil fuel company to withdraw their plans for the Great Australian Bight by watching Jeedara. This film tells the story of our campaign that saw the M/V Steve Irwin sail into the heart of the Great Australian Bight in 2016 to document the beauty of the region.

Join the Facebook Premiere of Jeedara including a Q&A with Sea Shepherd Australia's Managing Director and Bight Defence Campaign Leader Jeff Hansen on Thursday the 2nd of April at 8pm AEST. Don't miss out! Set a reminder

Untrashing Djulpan (25 mins) - This powerful documentary tells the story of the collaborative marine debris campaign between our passionate crew and Indigenous Rangers from Northeast Arnhem Land, NT. Join our Facebook screening of Untrashing Djulpan on the 9th of April at 8pm AEST. Stay tuned for how to set a reminder for yourself on our Facebook page

Can't make the Facebook Premiere events? Watch these films in your own time. 

Chasing The Thunder (1hr 36mins) - a high-seas documentary about our epic 110-day, 10,000-mile chase of the Thunder, considered the world’s most notorious poaching vessel. Stream for free on 7plus (Only available in Australia)

Operation Kimberley Miinimbi Documentary (28 mins) - At the beginning of August 2012, the M/V Steve Irwin travelled halfway around Australia to descend upon Walmadan (also known as James Price Point) in Western Australia - the site of the world's largest humpback whale nursery. With Woodside proposing the construction of the second-largest gas processing plant in the world at Walmadan, Sea Shepherd launched Operation Kimberley Miinimbi: our campaign to bring worldwide attention to the Kimberley coastline and show the world what we all stand to lose if the development goes ahead. Watch on Youtube

Defend, Conserve, Protect (1hr 16mins) - Narrated by Dan Aykroyd, Defend, Conserve, Protect documents our campaign to the Southern Ocean to confront the Japanese whaling fleet in an epic battle to defend minke whales. This incredible true story shows what happens when a small group of determined people stand up to enforce international conservation laws. Rent on Youtube for $6.99

Defending Turtles in Cabo Verde (12 mins) - Every year, tonnes of discarded fishing gear wash up on the beaches of Cabo Verde, a remote island nation in the central Atlantic Ocean, where thousands of loggerhead sea turtles come to lay their eggs. Sea Shepherd and local conservation organisation Biosfera have teamed up to remove this deadly fishing gear from the beaches and stop it from choking the mother and baby turtles before they safely reach the waters. Watch this inspiring video about our campaign to protect the turtles of Cabo Verde. 

Galapagos (34 mins) - Off the coast of Ecuador, the Galapagos Archipelago is famed throughout the world for its unique plant and animal species. Over the years, Sea Shepherd has maintained a strong and positive presence in the Galapagos Islands, from working to stamp out the illegal poaching of sharks to initiating the K9 unit: our partnership with the Galapagos police to stop the illegal smuggling of wildlife. Produced in 2011, this documentary shows the work that we have been carrying out to assist in the protection of the Galapagos Marine Reserve and the life within it. Watch on Youtube

The Shark Cull (48 mins) - The Shark Cull explores the controversial Western Australian shark cull that took place between January and April 2014. This explosive documentary is a must-see for anyone interested in the protection of sharks and marine conservation. Watch on Facebook

Stand Fast: 40 Years Defending Whales (7 mins) - Sea Shepherd has been defending whales since we shut down the illegal whaling ship Sierra in 1979. From Soviet Russia and Norway to the Pacific Ocean and Antarctica, Sea Shepherd's fleet has protected whales in every corner of the world. This short film, produced in 2017, celebrates our 40 year history of protecting whales. Watch on Youtube 

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