The Wind That Blows


Thomas Weston | Bequia, USA | 59 min | 2013 | English | PG | HD

A humble community on a tiny Caribbean island clings to its proud past.

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Thomas Weston | Bequia, USA | 59 min | 2013 | English | PG | HD

In the mid-19th century, Yankee sailors taught the men living on Bequia, a small Caribbean island close to St. Vincent how to catch whales – and this tradition has been nurtured and proudly kept alive from generation to generation.  Today, outside pressures – overt and covert – conspire to defeat the stout-hearted Bequia whalers.  This story, about the conservation of whales and the unique identity of a tiny Caribbean island, challenges conventional thought about the impact of global conservation and modernization.


Best Cinematography: Bloody Heroes Film Festival, Phoenix, Arizona Audience Award Best Documentary: Bloody Heroes Film Festival Official Entry: Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival, Arts Festival, Bloody Heroes Film Festival Others: Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival, Whaleback Environmental Film

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