We were approached by Natural Heroes… read more » for a screening of Mission of Mermaids. The program, which airs on public television throughout the United States, has as its mission to “celebrate the independent filmmakers who are turning their lens on our natural world, and to showcase encouraging, inspiring stories of people who are making positive differences for our environment.”
This is not the first tim
The Australian Conservation Foundation… read more » has contacted us to help them get the word out about a campaign they have just launched with the help of their own small pod of mermaids down under in Australia.
The campaign is to support the Australian government’s proposed national marine reserve network, the first and largest in the world. The network’s not law yet (and some sports fishers and commercial fi
We got such a lovely email from Cynthia Carvajal, CEO of Ocean Lifeline, organizers of the Mermaid Lagoon benefit… read more » that took place last month in Brooklyn, that we’ve decided to share it here. We’re especially pleased to share their mission, their video and their images. Thank you, Cynthia, for giving us the opportunity to participate in your wonderful event.
Dear Susan, Christine, Sarah and Gwe
Sharks are a dreaded predator, at the top of the food chain, like us. For humans, they are fascinating and horrific. However, they are also beautiful, diverse, intelligent creatures, and as essential to the ocean’s ecosystem as plankton, whales, coral reefs and pteropods. In honor of shark week, which begins August 12, we’ve put together a list of perhaps 12 little-known facts about sharks.
1.- They h… read more »
Below is a charming recap of her experience of the “Mermaids Unite to Save Our Oceans” by Sarah Fearon, mermaid extraordinaire part of the MOM team. Sarah attended this event, organized by Tucker Robbins and the Plastic Pollution Coalition, on Saturday, June 16.
Tucker Robbins was the incredibly generous host of a genuinely heart felt event, Mermaids Unite to Save Our Oceans… read more ». The group was super since
Among other unsavory items. And this graphic, provided by Meika Jensen at MasterDegree.net, gives us a pretty explicit and clear understanding of how and why. So, let’s think about this when we toss another plastic bottle into the trash.
Created by: MastersDegree.net… read more »
We’re very pleased to post this interview published recently in Culturamas, about filmmaker, jeweler, activist Susan Rockefeller, with special attention to our film.
Here’s the link: Culturamas.es-SR-5.8.12.
And below is the translation of the article into English:
Susan Rockefeller, filmmaker and daughter in law of one of the world’s most powerful men, talks with us about her relat… read more »
What a wild and lovely evening! Since the party was all about mermaids and other wonderful creatures, photos are necessary, image is everything. Here are some special moments from the gala.
What could be more perfect? Our film is locking, our trailer will be posted soon, MOM has begun its festival run, and now a Saturday night gala to honor the 30 years of the Coney Island Mermaid Parade!! Come one come all and shake your tails. See below:… read more »
MOM screened on March 16 at the Hong Kong/San Francisco Ocean Film Festival. Screenings on the beach! What could be more dreamy and more appropriate? We have some wonderful photos and feedback from the audience, that we’d like to share.
Firstly, from our friend Frances Kennedy:
The Mermaid’s mission succeeded in so many ways for your viewers this afternoon: The photography is beautiful, so we wer… read more »