Sereia Films, a local documentary film production company, has partnered with Floyd Miami to host their first ever fundraising event, Dance for the Fish. Sereia Films is a non-profit organization founded by Sarah Curry, a Miami-based film maker, designed to curate and create educational content to raise awareness on environmental issues through documentary films and volunteer programs.
The fundraiser event will serve as the official launch party for Sereia Films newest web series documentary, Eating Out: The Hunt for Sustainable Seafood. The docuseries will give viewers an in-depth look accessing the sustainability of certain dishes at popular Miami restaurants. Each web short will feature a different co-host in the sustainable seafood industry including University of Miami researcher and U.S. champion free-diver, Dr. Claire Beatrix Paris and sustainable seafood author Paul Greenberg. All ticket sales proceeds will be donated to the Sereia Films production fund.
Dance for the Fish event also featured a live performance by the official Kukuwa Fitness dancers and a special presentation from the Making Moves Universal program founded by Dr. Niraj Mehta, a program that uses dance as a form of coping treatment for cancer and other various illnesses. Music was provided by DJ Carter Jackson-Brown. Videos produced by Sereia Films showcasing various Florida ecosystems were showing throughout the evening.