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Witness the Fast and Furious Marvel of the Bluefin Tuna from Santa Barbara’s Emmy-Award Winning Cinematographer, Rick Rosenthal
July 26, 2012 7:00 p.m.
Pollock Theater, UC Santa Barbara (Located in the Central Bus Loop)
Fast and furious, the wild bluefin tuna has always been an elusive quarry for filmmakers. Santa Barbara-based marine biologist and wildlife filmmaker Rick Rosenthal is one of the few who have filmed bluefin in the wild. And, not too soon, as the bluefin are being fished to dangerously low levels.
You are invited:
On July 26, 2012, at 7:00 p.m., the Carsey-Wolf Center will screen the new documentary HOT TUNA at UC Santa Barbara’s new state-of-the-art Pollock Theater. Rick Rosenthal will be on hand to share new behind-the-scenes footage and answer audience questions. The event concludes with a reception. Admission is free. More information and reservations are available at: www.carseywolf.ucsb.edu/Pollock.
Rick Rosenthal, an EMMY and BAFTA award-winning cinematographer, was a principal cameraman for BBC’s landmark BLUE PLANET series, and the feature film DEEP BLUE. He also filmed on the blockbuster series PLANET EARTH and Disney Nature’s EARTH. The BBC, PBS and Discovery channels commissioned three of his whale films RIDDLE OF THE RIGHT WHALE, HUMPBACK WHALES and SPERM WHALES BACK FROM THE ABYSS for worldwide broadcast.
The event is sponsored by the Carsey-Wolf Center’s Blue Horizons Program, Associated Students Coastal Fund, and UCSB Summer Session.
© 2012 Carsey-Wolf Center