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Tuesday, October 4, 2022 at 7:00 PM PDT

× Where the Wind Meets the Tide is a 6 episode docuseries, featuring the stories of people who work on the water on northern Vancouver Island. These are the stories of people facing declining fish stocks, governmental policies and evolving cultures and practices. As mariners retire, Indigenous traditions change, fish and marine ways are threatened, pieces of our history, knowledge of ways of working on the water, and the traditions and cultures of coastal ways of life are all being lost. Where the Wind Meets the Tide is produced by Campbell River filmmaker, Suzanne Jolly, with the support of TELUS STORYHIVE. Available for free on TELUS Optik TV this Fall 2022.

About Suzanne Jolly, Director & Producer

Suzanne Jolly crafts stories as a means of exploring the world and creating connection. With a graduate degree in Education and a Bachelors in Communications, she has spent the last two decades as a professional writer, instructor, multimedia strategist, and administrator in higher education. She has a love of people and their fantastic tales, as well as dogs and their wagging tails. If you find her not chatting with someone or teaching yoga, you’ll likely not be able to find her at all: she’s often riding on her adventure motorbike in the backcountry or paddling with her husband in their ocean kayaks. She loves being on the ocean and is the stepdaughter of a tugboat captain. She lives in Campbell River, BC where she met many who work on the water, as she previously ran marine safety training at North Island College.

Tickets: $12 Admission (+applicable taxes & fees)

Venue

Tidemark Theatre
1220 Shoppers Row
Campbell River BC V9W 2C8


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This is a festival seating performance - the seats are on a first come, first serve basis when you arrive at the theatre.

Doors open 1/2 hour prior to start of performance.