‘Refuge’ debuts at Estuarium

Published 8:38 pm Monday, August 6, 2012

Local filmmakers Emily and Blake Scott will present their newest film, “Refuge – Roanoke River” on Thursday at the North Carolina Estuarium in Washington.

The two will speak about their fourth “Refuge” film, “Refuge–Roanoke River.” The film offers a unique view of wildlife flourishing in the deep swamps along coastal North Carolina’s most unusual river system.

“Refuge – Roanoke River” will be shown from 1 p.m. to  2 p.m. Thursday.  The Scotts will speak at the end of the film about their experiences making the series of Refuge films.  The film is suitable for adults and children, and there is a $2.00 program fee.

The Scotts are the owners of Star Track Studio and are currently working on a new film, “Refuge- Alligator River.”  A previous film, Refuge- Mattamuskeet, is now available for viewing online at UNC-TV’s Video on Demand.  A collection of their films is for sale at the Estuarium’s Crab Pot gift shop. Don’t miss this opportunity to take a cool break from the heat and enjoy a beautiful film.  Please call the Estuarium at 252-948-0000 for more information.  The Estuarium is located at 233 E. Water Street, Washington, NC.