Prizes awarded for the video competition “Clips and Clapperboards: Action for Biodiversity and Sustainable Tourism”

June 08 2017 @ 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM


NAUSICAA is organising the “Clips and Clapperboards” competition in partnership with the Boulonnais Urban Area Authority, the Natural Marine Park of the Picardy Estuaries and the Sea of Opale, and the World Ocean Network.

The prizes for this competition will be awarded at NAUSICAA in the TV studio at 9:45am on Thursday 8 June 2017.

Jérôme Julienne and John Jackson, who are film directors and producers, will be at NAUSICAA to talk about their experiences and will then award the prizes to the competition winners.

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