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Wednesday 13th March

10am, 2:30pm, 5pm, 7:30pm

Director Jean-Albert Lievre




82 minutes

A humpback whale is beached on a remote shore. During the fight to save its life, scientists discover the story of these extraordinary creatures, denizens of the world’s oceans.

Inspired by Heathcote Williams’ bestselling book, and exquisitely narrated by Richard E. Grant, Whale Nation takes us on a journey of discovery into the unexplored territories and barely known society of whales, with their remarkable abilities and incredibly rich and complex social lives. A film about life in all its diversity, about human’s place on Earth and the vital need for cooperation between the species that share our planet.