The Solana Beach Eco Club is promoting the 2023 Blue Water Film Festival.  Their newest club member, Greg Reitman, is the executive director of this organization,  
The 2023 Blue Water Film Festival (BWFF) presented by the Blue Water Institute. The 4th Annual Blue Water Film Festival is taking place June 8th - 11th, 2023 in celebration of United Nations World Oceans Day. The event will feature a total of 38 films; 12 feature films, 22 shorts, and 4 animated short films. All films are environmental related.  The festival concludes with the Blue Water Awards on June 11th, 4:00pm at UCSD Park & Market Street honoring Patagonia Founder, Yvon Chouinard with the Global Guardian Award.  Check out  To purchase tickets, click here.
Click "Read More" to learn more about the festival and for a request for housing of film personnel. 
There are film people coming from Austria, Hawaii, India and Israel.  The Solona Beach Eco Rotary club is trying to help find accommodation for some of these people in private homes – to help the festival defray some of the expenses. There are eight people for whom Greg is looking for accommodation. Some two nights, some three and some four. Please let Niels Lund know if you think there’s a chance of assisting with housing (  Niels will send names and specific dates for each person. 
About Blue Water Film Festival Founded in 2020, the Blue Water Film festival celebrates the United Nations World Oceans Day, June 8th. The Blue Water Film Festival takes place in San Diego, home to the Scripps Oceanographic Institution. The theme of the Blue Water Film Festival is about our Blue Planet; the festival purpose is to encourage attendees to think broadly about how climate change affects planet Earth and deeply about the universal concerns and actions needed to bring us into balance. About 50% of all film selections are non- US productions, helping to fulfill the festival mission of promoting cross-cultural understanding through film,