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Geographies of solitude (with French subtitles)

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Language

English

Audience

65 and up
Adults
Young adults
Members

Type of activity

Cinéma du Musée

Mode

In Person

Schedule coming soon.

December 16 – December 29, 2022
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Original English version with French subtitles.

Zoe Lucas is a self-taught environmentalist and naturalist who has lived for over 40 years on a remote strip of sand. Sable Island is 300 kilometres off the coast of Nova Scotia and can only be reached by private charter plane. This isolated and exposed place has long been recognized for its rare ecosystems with considerable scientific value and importance. Throughout her decades on Sable Island, as its only full-time inhabitant, Zoe Lucas has demonstrated a scope of research that is staggering in detail. Through her dedication to documenting a life's work—one that accurately mirrors Zoe's work ethic—director Jacquelyn Mills weaves together a meticulous portrait of someone with a remarkable relationship with her surrounding ecosystem. Geographies of Solitude ultimately asks us to consider our own connection to the natural world and the lengths we may need to go to save it.

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