Marine artist and conservationist Guy Harvey’s documentary the Mystery of the Grouper Moon will be screened once again this Saturday, 11 August, at 11am, at Hollywood Theatres.
Made in collaboration with award-winning filmmaker George Schellenger, the Mystery of the Grouper Moon examines the reasons behind the ban on fishing in the Nassau Grouper’s spawning aggregation areas and the need to extend this ban in order to save the species. It took Mr. Harvey three years to obtain permission to film at the spawning aggregation site in Little Cayman, which is the last known intact such area in the world.
In addition to Nassau Grouper the short film takes a broader look at marine conservation in the Cayman Islands, touching on stingrays, lionfish and game fishing as well.
The screening of the Mystery of the Grouper Moon is part of the Guy Harvey Underwater Summer Movie Series, which shows different films every other Saturday.
For each screening, tickets will be available for collection from a different location within the Camana Bay Town Centre; the first 25 ticket holders will receive a Save our Sharks poster and all attendees will receive a Save our Sharks sticker.
Tickets are limited, with a maximum of ten tickets per family.
For more information and to find out where and when tickets are available, call Camana Bay at 640-4000