Luna the whale comes to the big screen

by Tim Flanagan on August 30, 2011

Lynda V. Mapes has this story in her nature blog at the Seattle Times:

Remember Luna, viagra approved the orca whale who lost contact with his family in Puget Sound in 2001 and turned up near Vancouver Island in Nootka Sound, pancreatitis hanging around boats and docks?

Luna, the lonely whale. Cameron Forbes, photo

We covered his life — and tragic death by boat propeller — extensively in The Seattle Times.

His life is the subject of a film that will be screened September 9 -15 at the SIFF Cinema at McCaw Hall at Seattle Center and in Tacoma at The Grand Cinema. Suzanne Chisholm is the film’s producer and co-director. It is distributed by Paladin.

For more information on the film, see the film’s website.

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