Past Screenings

Date City Venue Country
11/15/13 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Los Angeles, CA Regal Cinema LIVE United States
Time: 6:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 1000 West Olympic Blvd.
04/18/13 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in New York Cinema Village United States
Time: 7:15pm. Admission: 11. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 12th Street.
04/13/13 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Tucson The Screening Room United States
Time: 4:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 127 East Congress. At the screening room in Tucson. The Screening Room 127 East Congress Downtown on Congress near Scott Phone: 520-882-0204
04/12/13 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Albuquerque University of New Mexico United States
Time: 3:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: UNM Student Union Building (SUB) Theater.
02/24/13 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Philadelphia, PA Justice Film Festival – Philadelphia Convention Center United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Screening of My Village, My Lobster during the 2013 Justice Film Festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
02/24/13 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Golden, Colorado Colorado Environmental Film Festival United States
Time: 4:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Foss Auditorium. About The 2013 Festival will be held February 21-24 at the American Mountaineering Center, located at 710 10th Street in Golden, Colorado. Mission The Colorado Environmental Film Festival (CEFF) is a celebration of the power of film to inspire, educate, and motivate audiences. CEFF presents thought-provoking films and dialogue that raise awareness of a wide variety of interconnected ecological, social, and economic themes. The Festival provides an experience for the audience that goes beyond passive film viewing: CEFF inspires audiences into awareness and action.
02/02/13 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Columbia, Missouri The Third Goal International Film Festival United States
Time: 4:45pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Chamber Auditorium, University of Missouri Student Center. The Third Goal International Film Festival is a showcase of films covering diverse topics of worldwide significance; each film was either impacted by a Peace Corps volunteer or features significant issues faced in the countries hosting volunteers. Films are followed by speakers’ panels featuring Returned Peace Corps Volunteers from the highlighted region(s) as well as country nationals.
01/30/13 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Toronto, Canada Regis College Canada
Time: 6:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 100 Wellesley St. If you’re in the Toronto area, join Casa Canadiense on January 30th for a FREE screening of the film.
11/17/12 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Las Vegas, Nevada Dive Equipment and Marketing Association United States
Time: 3:15pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Sands Expo Center, Room 603. Free screening of MY VILLAGE, MY LOBSTER at the DEMA Trade Show 2012, sponsored by Divers Alert Network. Panel discussion to follow screening with Dr. Nick Bird (DAN Chief Medical Officer) and Dr. Petar Denoble (DAN Senior Research Director).
11/16/12 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Las Vegas, Nevada Dive Equipment and Marketing Association United States
Time: 4:30pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Sands Expo Center, Room 603. Free screening of MY VILLAGE, MY LOBSTER at the DEMA Trade Show 2012, sponsored by Divers Alert Network. Panel discussion to follow screening with Dr. Nick Bird (DAN Chief Medical Officer) and Dr. Petar Denoble (DAN Senior Research Director).
09/07/12 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Santo Domingo Universidad Nacional Pedro Henríquez Ureña (UNPHU) Dominican Republic
Time: 6:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Salón de Conferencias, Biblioteca, Edificio Nº 3, Primer Piso, Avenida John F. Kennedy, Km. 6.5. Screening of My Village, My Lobster followed by a discussion about lobster fishing in the Caribbean.
09/06/12 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Punta Cana Galerías PUNTACANA Dominican Republic
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Puntacana Village, 4ta Etapa. Boulevard 1ero de Noviembre. Screening of My Village, My Lobster followed by a discussion about lobster fishing in the Caribbean.
06/11/12 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Little Corn Island Tranquilo Cafe Nicaragua
Time: 6:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Public screening on Little Corn Island at Tranquilo Cafe. Date: June 11, 2012 Time(s): 6.00 pm and 8.00 pm
06/05/12 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Granada Encuentros Nicaragua
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Free screening of My Village, My Lobster at Encuentros in Granada, Nicaragua.
05/23/12 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Granada Encuentros Nicaragua
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Public screening at Encuentros Wednesday night cinema.
05/11/12 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Missoula, Montana Roxy Theater — 2012 International Wildlife Film Festival United States
Time: 1:30pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 718 South Higgins Avenue. Venue phone: 406.728.9380. Living by the Sea/Dying By the Sea: Featuring clips from My Village, My Lobster Sustainability of Our Food Source: The Lives and Livelihoods of Indigenous People dependent upon the Sea (The Roxy Theater, 1:30pm-2:30pm)
05/10/12 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Missoula, Montana Roxy Theater — 2012 International Wildlife Film Festival United States
Time: 3:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 718 South Higgins Avenue. Venue phone: 406.728.9380. Screening as part of the 2012 International Wildlife Film Festival.
04/28/12 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Old Providence Island Seaflower Festival 2012 Colombia
Time: 6:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. MY VILLAGE, MY LOBSTER EEUU / Nicaragua, Documental. Brad Allgood: El productor estará presente en la muestra. “My Village, My Lobster” es un documental de una hora que cuenta la poderosa y desgarradora historia de los indios Miskitos buceadores de langosta a lo largo de la costa Caribe de Nicaragua quienes arriesgan su vida buceando los recursos más lucrativos de la región- la Langosta espinosa del Caribe. Este filme es protagonizado por testimonios exclusivos de la causa que se queja de los caracteres centrales: buceadores de langosta que han sufrido lesiones del Bends mientras buceaban; dueños de embarcaciones y capitanes quienes son responsables de la seguridad de sus buceadores. Un especialista en medicina Hiperbólica quien atiende a los buceadores lastimados; y miembros de la tripulación de barcos buceadores quienes han sido testigos de primera mano de buceadores que han muerto por causa del Bends.
04/25/12 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in San Andres Marine Protected Area International Conference Colombia
Time: 8:30am. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Screening of “My Village, My Lobster” during the 2012 Regional Conference of Conservation Strategies, Fisheries Management, and Implementation of Marine Protected Areas in the Caribbean. The conference is part of the GEF/UNDP/UNESCO Management and Conservation of Reef Biodiversity and Fisheries Pilot Project “IOCARIBE: Sustainable Management of the Shared Living Marine Resources of the Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem (CLME) and Adjacent Regions
04/13/12 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Granada Casa de los Tres Mundos Nicaragua
Time: 7:00pm. Address: Antigua Casa de Los Leones.
03/17/12 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Washington, DC DC Environmental Film Festival United States
Time: 3:00pm. Admission: FREE. No reservations required. Address: GALA Hispanic Theater, 3333 14th Street, NW. Washington, D.C. Premiere Filmed over four years, the film connects the lives of individuals and communities involved in the complex and incredibly perilous lobster fishing industry. It’s the powerful and harrowing story of the indigenous divers who risk their lives for the most lucrative resource of Nicaragua’s Miskito coast, the Caribbean spiny lobster. This action-driven feature documentary is set against the backdrop of the visually stunning Caribbean in one of the most remote places in the Americas: La Mosquitia, the largest tract of rainforest north of the Amazon. Included is footage aboard a commercial lobster diving vessel and from the remote Miskito Keys – the fabled turtle hunting grounds of the Miskito Indians. Directed by Joshua Wolff. Produced by Brad Allgood, Nomading Films and Fall Line Pictures. Discussion with filmmaker Joshua Wolff and Matias Nochetto, Director of Operations and Outreach, Divers Alert Network (DAN).
03/15/12 http://www.thelobsterfilm.com/screenings/ My Village, My Lobster in Manoa, Hawaii University of Hawaii Monoa Campus United States
Time: 5:15pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Biomed B-103, University of Hawaii Manoa campus.. Thursday March 15, 5:15-6:15 pm the public is invited to the screening of “My Village, My Lobster” in Biomed B-103 at the University of Hawaii Manoa campus. Bring your friends !! “My Village, My Lobster” is a one-hour documentary film by Brad Allgood and Josh Wolff that tells the powerful and harrowing story of the indigenous Miskito lobster divers along Nicaragua’s Caribbean Coast who risk their lives diving for the region’s most lucrative resource – the Caribbean spiny lobster.

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