Humpbacks film to get third screening
A Bermudian film-maker will screen his documentary about humpback whales for a third time.
The Secret Lives of the Humpbacks, which details the unique relationship that the animals have with Bermuda, will receive another limited release at Speciality Cinema.
Andrew Stevenson, the director of the film, said he was “overwhelmed” by the positive response of the public.
He said: “After so many years dedicated to making this film it is clearly very satisfying to have the film so well received.”
The film premiered on February 20 for a limited screening before its encore presentation on the 27 that same month.
The Secret Lives of the Humpbacks will be shown today at 5.30pm and 7.30pm in Speciality Cinema.
Tickets are available for $25 by calling 295-2751.
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