Shellshocked Movie Blog

Apr 21

SHELLSHOCKED is showing on April 23, 2014 as a sneak peek of Long Island Sound Science Festival!
Special Thanks to Ann Marie Cunningham for organizing the festival and screening!

SHELLSHOCKED is showing on April 23, 2014 as a sneak peek of Long Island Sound Science Festival!

Special Thanks to Ann Marie Cunningham for organizing the festival and screening!

(Source: shellshockedmovie.com)

Ann Marie Cunningham, producer of LISoundFest, introduces Shellshocked with books by Mark Kurlansky, who appears in the documentary.
photo credit: Russell Zapata

Ann Marie Cunningham, producer of LISoundFest, introduces Shellshocked with books by Mark Kurlansky, who appears in the documentary.

photo credit: Russell Zapata

Photo from the SHELLSHOCKED screening at LISoundFest sneak peek on February 19, 2014. Visitors were invited to “find the oyster shell” in this beach diorama from Mamaroneck Harbor’s Marine Education Center.

Photo from the SHELLSHOCKED screening at LISoundFest sneak peek on February 19, 2014. Visitors were invited to “find the oyster shell” in this beach diorama from Mamaroneck Harbor’s Marine Education Center.

(Source: shellshockedmovie.com)

A young visitor gets to know a fresh oyster at the Long Island SoundFest sneak peek of SHELLSHOCKED, February 19, 2014

Photo credit:
Russell Zapata

A young visitor gets to know a fresh oyster at the Long Island SoundFest sneak peek of SHELLSHOCKED, February 19, 2014

Photo credit:
Russell Zapata

(Source: shellshockedmovie.com)

Jan 17

Emily visited the WLIW studio yesterday and chatted with Diane Masciale about her documentaries “SHELLSHOCKED: Saving Oysters to Save Ourselves” and “Invisible Ocean: Plankton and Plastic”. The films and interview air February 2014 on WLIW’s Long Island Screening Room!

Emily visited the WLIW studio yesterday and chatted with Diane Masciale about her documentaries “SHELLSHOCKED: Saving Oysters to Save Ourselves” and “Invisible Ocean: Plankton and Plastic”. The films and interview air February 2014 on WLIW’s Long Island Screening Room!

(Source: Flickr / em_vp)

Aug 04

In the entryway of Blue Island Shellfish Farms is a guitar signed by the Naked Cowboy himself! The oysters are his namesake, so look for Naked Cowboy oysters on the menu and remember how they got to your plate! 

In the entryway of Blue Island Shellfish Farms is a guitar signed by the Naked Cowboy himself! The oysters are his namesake, so look for Naked Cowboy oysters on the menu and remember how they got to your plate! 

Chris Quartuccio shows oyster larvae at the Blue Island Shellfish Farms hatchery!

Chris Quartuccio shows oyster larvae at the Blue Island Shellfish Farms hatchery!

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These young oysters are just weeks old. You can already see the shells forming! Chris Quartuccio shows dozens of them at the Blue Island Shellfish hatchery. These oysters don’t take up much room yet, but they will soon!

These young oysters are just weeks old. You can already see the shells forming! Chris Quartuccio shows dozens of them at the Blue Island Shellfish hatchery. These oysters don’t take up much room yet, but they will soon!

The ‘Maternity Ward’ at Blue Island Shellfish farms, where oyster larvae begin their journey. The larvae are smaller than a grain of sand and will look for a place to settle, or cement themselves to a hard substrate, preferably an oyster shell!

The ‘Maternity Ward’ at Blue Island Shellfish farms, where oyster larvae begin their journey. The larvae are smaller than a grain of sand and will look for a place to settle, or cement themselves to a hard substrate, preferably an oyster shell!