Premier Screening - Rip Current Survival Documentary
Come along to the free WCDP screening of the RIP Current Survival documentary, held at PCEC Riverside Theatre on Monday 4 December 2023 at 3pm.
Filmed in over a dozen countries. Rip Current Survival is the world’s first feature length, international rip current safety documentary.
This is a story about the world’s greatest beach safety hazard – rip currents – and the efforts being made by scientists, beach safety organizations, drowning prevention agencies and communities, to better understand and manage the impact of these deadly currents.
Rip Current Survival documents the work of passionate and state of the art drowning prevention efforts in:
Australia (Professor Rob Brander – UNSW Beach Safety Research Group)
Brazil (Dr David Spzilman and Sobrasa)
Canada (Professor Chris Houser, University of Waterloo)
Costa Rica (Dr Alejandro Gutierrez, the American Embassy, Red Cross and Costa Rican Department of Tourism)
France (Dr Bruno Castelle, Dr Vincent Marieu from the University of Bordeaux and Dr Jeoffrey Dehez INRAE – France’s National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment, and the Liferguards of Plage de La Lette Blanche
To watch the documentary trailer, visit this link.