River who? River Blue. Mark Angelo crafts feature-length documentary

River Blue

He’s supposed to be retired, but Mark Angelo, chair emeritus of the Rivers Institute at BCIT is more like tireless—especially when it comes to protecting the world’s rivers. Now the former instructor in the BCIT Fish, Wildlife and Recreation program is sharing a new global adventure: a feature-length documentary film.

In River Blue, Mark travels from China to Australia and points between, examining some of the world’s most threatened waterways… and he takes aim at one of the chief causes of pollution.

Mark Angelo

Mark Angelo

River Blue will be released in late spring 2014. Watch the trailer now.

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One Response to River who? River Blue. Mark Angelo crafts feature-length documentary

  1. Jean-Pierre Roberge says:

    I have been living in metrotown for the past 4 years and recently discovered Guichon creek it is very nice but there seems to be some dumping of garbage (old matress, shopping carts) particularly near the willingdon area. Maybe we could get a team down there to clean it up. I would be willing to help. We would need rope maybe and a truck to haul the debris away. Anyway look forward to hearing from you

    JPR

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