Virtual Film Screening: Entangled

Tuesday, November 17th, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Entangled is an award-winning, feature-length film (75 min.) about how climate change has accelerated a collision between one of the world’s most endangered species, North America’s most valuable fishery, and a federal agency mandated to protect both. The film chronicles the efforts to protect North Atlantic right whales from extinction, the impacts of those efforts on the lobster industry, and how regulators have struggled to balance the vying interests. Directed by David Abel and Andy Laub—makers of Lobster War and Sacred Cod, Entangled won a 2020 Jackson Wild Media Award, nature films’ equivalent to the Oscars. It also won Best Conservation Film at the Mystic Film Festival.

Entangled was made with support from the Pulitzer Center, the LEF Foundation, the Society of Environmental Journalists’ Fund for Environmental Journalism, and the Boston Globe.

Learn more and watch the trailer at: 

Presented by the Harvard Museum of Natural History and the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture.

Click here to register for this free virtual event. To join the program, you will need to download the free Zoom app in advance. If you already have Zoom, you do not need to download it again. For details on how to improve your Zoom experience, visit the How to Attend an HMSC Program webpage. Upon joining the Zoom webinar, audience members will receive a link to watch the film online. After seeing the film, everyone can re-join the Zoom webinar for a Q&A with Director, David Abel.