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Virtual Event

Film Screening: Entangled

Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Entangled, a documentary film by film-maker David Abel, followed by panel session with Peter Corkeron, Senior Scientist and Chair of the Kraus Marine Mammal Conservation Program, Anderson Cabot Center for Ocean Life; Erica Fuller, Senior Attorney, Conservation Law Foundation; Rob Martin, Commercial fisherman, South Shore Lobstermen’s Association, Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance; and David Abel, film-maker and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter.

ENTANGLED chronicles the efforts to save North Atlantic right whales from extinction. With an estimated 366 individuals remaining, these whales are among the planet’s most endangered species.

These programs are made possible due to the generous support of the Lowell Institute. Founded in 1836 with a mission to inform the populace regardless of gender, race, or economic status, the Lowell Institute has reached thousands of Boston-area residents by sponsoring free public lectures and other educational programs.
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