OAK ISLAND – A Brunswick County group opposed to offshore drilling and seismic testing for oil and natural gas is set to screen six short films on the topic.
The group, Crabby About Off Shore Drilling, announced that it will screen “Shore Stories,” six short documentary films that highlight the grassroots resistance to offshore drilling in the U.S., at 6:45 p.m. April 11 at the Oak Island Recreation Center, SE 30th St. and East Oak Island Drive in Oak Island.
The six films were curated by Working Films, which produces documentaries intended to advance social justice and environmental protection, and partner organizations including Oceana, Environment North Carolina, Surfrider Foundation and the Sierra Club.
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