The National Sea Grant Law Center has created a discussion guide for the documentary film “Ocean Frontiers: The Dawn of a New Era in Ocean Stewardship”. The guide was produced for Green Fire Productions to help professors incorporate “Ocean Frontiers” into the classroom.
The film features reporting from places across the country that are implementing promising new approaches to ocean and coastal management. It helps audiences understand key principles of ecosystem-based management and coastal and marine spatial planning through its featured stories and people.
The guide was developed with the help of the Ocean and Coastal Law Committee of Vermont Law School’s Environmental Law Society.
“Ocean Frontiers” is filmed in HD, 80 minutes. The film contains four stories:
o Introduction & Massachusetts Bay (27:30)
o Florida Keys (11:15)
o Iowa & the Gulf of Mexico (20:20)
o Port Orford, Oregon (22:00)
60 & 20 minute DVDs are available for shorter presentations.
For more information about the film, please visit http://ocean-frontiers.org/. Those interested in using the film in the classroom can receive a free DVD. For your copy, contact Green Fire.
If you are interested in hosting an “Ocean Frontiers” screening, complete the online form. You’ll receive the DVD and a step-by-step screening toolkit with press and promotional materials to help you promote and host a successful event.