Sea Shepherd will host screenings in New York and Los Angeles followed by Q&A sessions with special speakers

Join Sea Shepherd in New York and Los Angeles this weekend for special screenings of “How to Change the World,” director Jerry Rothwell’s award-winning documentary chronicling the early days of the environmental movement and featuring the story of Greenpeace co-founders, including Robert Hunter and Sea Shepherd Founder Captain Paul Watson.

Following its prizewinning launch at the Sundance Film Festival, “How to Change the World” is now being shown in the lead-up to the UN Climate Summit beginning in November in Paris. Sea Shepherd is happy to be a part of screening events this weekend, featuring special Sea Shepherd speakers!

In New York, the film comes to the ICF Center on Friday, Oct. 30 and Sunday, Nov. 1. On both dates, Sea Shepherd New York City will host the 8:20pm EDT showings, which will be followed by a Q&A session featuring Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Operations Director Andrea Gordon, Board of Directors President Ethan Wolf, and Emily Hunter, daughter of Robert Hunter. Sea Shepherd volunteers will also have a table at the theater, where you can learn more about our work to defend the oceans and score some cool Sea Shepherd gear!

For more information and a link to buy your tickets:

NYC, Oct. 30:

NYC, Nov. 1:

In Los Angeles, join us at the Laemmle Town Center 5 on Friday, Oct. 30, where Sea Shepherd Los Angeles will host the 7:00pm PDT screening. The film will be followed by a Q&A session with Sea Shepherd Campaign Coordinator, David Hance. This screening is part of the film’s bid to qualify for Oscar consideration.

For more information and a link to buy your tickets:

Los Angeles, Oct. 30:

We hope to see you there!

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