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San Diego Film Festival Premiers ‘Chasing Coral’ on June 20

The inspiring documentary was an Official 2017 Sundance Film Festival Selection




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A pass to the the San Diego International Film Festival gives you access to film screenings, parties, celebrities, red carpets and studio premieres. But since the festival doesn't happen until October 4–8, we had to find a way to get our fill on films before then. The SDIFF VIP Screening Series is just that. In additional to the film screenings, guests get to mingle with local businesses at the cocktail party, meet special guests from the film in a fireside chat setup, and sip on champagne in the post reception. Past films included the San Diego Premiere of HBO’s Big Little Lies, The Lost City of Z and In Search of Fellini.

On June 20, SDIFF will premier Chasing Coral, a film about the devastation happening to the world's coral reefs. A team of divers, photographers and scientists came together to create the film in order to learn more about the mystery of the vanishing reefs and to share it with the world.

Learn more about the VIP Screening Series at sdfilmfest.com.

Event Details
VIP Screening of Chasing Coral
June 20, 2017
5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

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