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HitPlay Productions

HitPlay Productions produces critically acclaimed, award-winning feature documentaries and limited series. Our films have been shot around the world and range in subject matter from disaster response to justice reform, impact investing and wildlife conservation.

Awards & Recognition

Powerful, provocative, philosophical.

John Doyle, The Globe and Mail

Incredibly important.

Melissa Harris-Perry, host, MSNBC

If you want to know more, if you want to be moved, don't miss this searing documentary series.

Chris Jones

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11 hours ago
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Next up in our Meet the Whales series is another cetacean whose name brings to mind a little something literary: #Dune (NARW no. 3351)! Though his name comes from a mark on his lip, we cant help but think of Frank Herbert. #WhaleWednesday

Next up in our Meet the Whales series is another cetacean whose name brings to mind a little something literary: #Dune (NARW no. 3351)! Though his name comes from a mark on his lip, we can't help but think of Frank Herbert. #WhaleWednesday ... See MoreSee Less

13 hours ago
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Thanks to everyone who joined us for our #ROMConnects panel this afternoon, including Canadian Wildlife Federation / Fédération canadienne de la faunes Sean Brillant. Lots of great questions and engagement from the audience! We hope it gave everyone a good peek at Last of the Right Whales and a better understanding of these great mammals.

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our #ROMConnects panel this afternoon, including Canadian Wildlife Federation / Fédération canadienne de la fau's Sean Brillant. Lots of great questions and engagement from the audience! We hope it gave everyone a good peek at Last of the Right Whales and a better understanding of these great mammals. ... See MoreSee Less

The New England Aquarium and Whale and Dolphin Conservation
have announced this years batch of newly-named North Atlantic right whales! From #Batman to #Loki, were loving all the new monikers! Read about them all (and find out how theyre named) now:

The New England Aquarium and Whale and Dolphin Conservation
have announced this year's batch of newly-named North Atlantic right whales! From #Batman to #Loki, we're loving all the new monikers! Read about them all (and find out how they're named) now:Say hello to the North Atlantic right whale class of 2021! 🐋

Once a year, North Atlantic right whales that have particularly distinct features/ characteristics are nominated to receive names. The names assigned to these whales allows scientists in the field to quickly recognize them in real time from a boat or plane.

This year, over 200 names were nominated! These names were then presented + voted on at the annual North Atlantic Right Whale Consortium meeting in October.

Among those in this year’s “graduating class” is Loki; a fitting name for a whale known for its trickster abilities to not be seen by researchers! Dare we say, this is a #WhaleOfMischief!

To read more about our newly named whales, and the playful bios created with our colleagues at Whale and Dolphin Conservation, check out our blog: bit.ly/3rHeBVB

#NorthAtlanticRightWhales #RightWhales #CriticallyEndangered #RightWhaleNaming #LokiTheWhale
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