Screenings, speAking, EXHIBITS & workshops
Our award-winning films are screened in festivals and communities throughout the US and internationally. We’re always looking for audiences to share our stories with, and we offer diverse programs that can include films, photo presentations, and our own perspectives and experiences behind our work. Contact us to inquire about an event in your community.
Again and again, we see that our films are most impactful when brought to local audiences hosted by local organizations and institutions. Our feature and short films are available for screenings and presentations of all kinds. Our films, Hidden Rivers, UPRIVER, The Lost Fish, and RiverWebs, are 1-hour films that can anchor a community event or campus screening, while our many short films can be incorporated in various events, or combined into a unique Freshwater Film Festival. Filmmakers are occasionally available to present films, and we can offer additional seminars or workshops (see below).
Jeremy Monroe and David Herasimtschuk present audiences with a deeper look at freshwater ecosystems, while providing a glimpse of the nature and motivation behind our mission-driven work. Through award winning photographs, personal narratives, and film excerpts, we can bring a rich and entertaining presentation to your group. Please contact us to inquire about rates and availability.
Exhibits and Galleries
Our diverse photo and video content is available for temporary or permanent exhibition, and can make freshwater worlds come alive in any space. David Herasimtschuk’s ‘Hidden Rivers’ Photo exhibit is currently touring with the film at select locations.
Photo I: Digital photography for aquatic enthusiasts (1-day). This workshop is designed for beginning to intermediate photographers who want an aquatic-oriented introduction to photo theory and principles, shooting/editing techniques, and digital workflows.