Tide Lines Premiere

On September 24th, the Vancouver Festival of Ocean Films and the Vancouver Aquarium are very pleased to present the world premiere of the documentary “Tide Lines” in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. As a part of this very special evening, the crew will be on hand for a presentation prior to the screening as well as for questions afterward.

Tide Lines follows two local B.C. brothers and a friend as they set sail from Mexico with a dream to circumnavigate the world and surf. Over the course of the next three years, their lives would change dramatically through the beaches they visited, the people they met and a newfound sense of global community through the oceans. Tide Lines is the true story of Ryan, Bryson and Hugh on a sailboat called “Khulula” and their inspiring voyage across the sea in search of adventure, plastic awareness and education.

This special screening will be at the Vancouver Aquarium’s 4-D Theater on Tuesday September 24th, 2013. A limited number of tickets are on sale for $12 and can be purchased through the Aquarium – don’t miss out! For more information, please visit www.vfof.ca.

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Mike Berard

Mike is the Cumberland, British Columbia-based editor of CMC and associate editor at KMC. Berard has worked as a writer for 15 years, and has held the editorship at both SBC Skier Magazine and The Ski Journal. His work frequently appears in better outdoor titles. He is a contributing editor and writer at RedBull...

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