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Sunday March 10 2019

Program 10: Student Film Competition

Sun, Mar 10 10:00 AM (90 min)
The IOFF's International Student Film Competition (SFC) gives middle school and high school students from around the world a chance to demonstrate their filmmaking skills and tell their ocean stories. The top three winners in each category of middle school and high school will compete for cash prizes!
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Virtual Reality Program

The Firehouse at Fort Mason Center
Sun, Mar 10 10:00 AM (30 min)
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Virtual Reality Program

The Firehouse at Fort Mason Center
Sun, Mar 10 10:30 AM (30 min)
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Virtual Reality Program

The Firehouse at Fort Mason Center
Sun, Mar 10 11:00 AM (30 min)
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Virtual Reality Program

The Firehouse at Fort Mason Center
Sun, Mar 10 11:30 AM (30 min)
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Virtual Reality Program

The Firehouse at Fort Mason Center
Sun, Mar 10 12:00 PM (30 min)
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Virtual Reality Program

The Firehouse at Fort Mason Center
Sun, Mar 10 12:30 PM (30 min)
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Program 11: Wakes

Sun, Mar 10 1:00 PM (90 min)
The biannual, single-handed Mini-Transat race of fast-moving 6.5 meter (26’) sailing boats from La Rochelle, France to Martinique in the Caribbean attracted 81 entries in 2017, most of them for the first-time. Many record on video their success and frustrations during the voyage, including the favorite and primary protagonist Ian Lipinski. —KH
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Virtual Reality Program

The Firehouse at Fort Mason Center
Sun, Mar 10 1:00 PM (30 min)
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Virtual Reality Program

The Firehouse at Fort Mason Center
Sun, Mar 10 1:30 PM (30 min)
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Panel Discussion 3 - Life Under Water: Conserve and Sustainability Use the Oceans, Seas and Marine Resources for Sustainable Development

The Firehouse at Fort Mason Center
Sun, Mar 10 3:15 PM (90 min)
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Program 12: LOBSTER WAR: The Fight Over The World's Richest Fishing Grounds

Sun, Mar 10 4:00 PM (74 min)
277 square miles of disputed waters, known as the Gray Zone, situated on the border between Maine and Canada were traditionally fished by US lobstermen. Climate change has pushed the rich lobster fishing ground farther north, and a recent explosion in lobster populations renewed the interest of Canadian’s fishermen. Now there is an ongoing war between Americans and Canadians over the lucrative waters. —YI
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