WWF Movie Preview: Dolphin Tale

WWF will be holding a Charity Preview Screening of Dolphin Tale on 28 September, and $16 of each ticket will to conservation efforts.

For more details and to purchase tickets, do visit the Golden Village website.

About Dolphin Tale

Over 300,000 dolphins, whales and porpoises are killed each year as a result of bycatch – the incidental capture of non-target marine wildlife by fishing gear. Scientists have identified bycatch as one of the biggest threat to the survival of dolphin population and species including the endangered Irrawaddy dolphin and Hector’s dolphin.

“Dolphin Tale” is inspired by the amazing true story of a brave dolphin called Winter, who was caught in a crab trap and lost her tail. The 113 min movie follows her fight for survival and the compassionate people who banded together to save her life. The real Winter, who plays herself in the film, today serves as a symbol of courage and hope to millions of people.

Be among the first in Singapore to watch this heartwarming movie in an exclusive preview screening.

Get your tickets to Dolphin Tale WWF Charity Preview

Image taken from Dolphin Tale

One Response to “WWF Movie Preview: Dolphin Tale”
  1. Watch it peeps! ^^ Show more love & care for our fellow living beings & our Earth! =)

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