Dock-u-mentary: Mami Wata
Fri. 11/17 7:00-8:30PM New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park (33 William Street, New Bedford)
New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center’s free Dock-u-mentary series, hosted in partnership with New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park, has returned! On November 17 at 7:00pm, we will be teaming up with the New Bedford Art Museum to screen the Nigerian film Mami Wata, a critically-lauded film that was featured at the Sundance Film Festival and explores the relationship between people and water. Mami Wata is a special tie-in with our newest exhibit, Sea Monsters: Real and Imagined. Total Runtime: 1 hour 47 mins.
Content warning: this film includes depictions of violence, adult language, sexuality, and some nudity. Viewer discretion is advised.
Dock-u-mentaries are FREE and are hosted in the New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park auditorium at 33 William Street in Downtown New Bedford. Doors open at 6:30pm.
Register here (please select one free ticket per family or couple): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/730367929137?aff=oddtdtcreator
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (508) 993-8894
*If the National Park is closed due to the uncertainty of the government shutdown, the documentary will be screened at the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center (38 Bethel Street, New Bedford). Check out our website (fishingheritagecenter.org/calendar) or follow us on Facebook or Instagram for more updates*