Mother of the Sea

Mother of the Sea

The Mother of the Sea tells a tale that virtually every Inuit, from Greenland to the Canadian Arctic, knows in some form or another. This is a "living story," of plastic trash and climate change, that does more than scare children away from the dangerous ice — it warns us all about the perils of disrespecting Mother Nature.

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Screens With:
Ferngully: The Last Rainforest

Directed by:
Nicolas Brown

8 mins

Main Film Contact:
WaterBear Network B.V. (

Meet the Director:
Nicolas Brown has won three Emmys, two BAFTA awards and more than 35 major festival awards in the U.S., China, India and Europe. For the past five years Brown has worked as Passion Pictures’ Creative Director of the Blue Media Lab — a think-tank dedicated to environmental filmmaking.

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