The Cove, a documentary about the annual massacre of more than 25,000 dolphins in Wakayama, Japan, created quite the buzz when it played at the last Sundance festival.
An Orange County audience gets a chance to meet the creators of that buzz tonight. Filmmakers Charles Hambleton and Larry David Eudene introduce their movie before the 7:20 p.m. screening at Edwards University Theatre in Irvine. They will take questions from the audience afterward.
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Youths who attend can join Cove Kids, which speaks for the dolphins who cannot speak for themselves. Meanwhile, the theater across from UC Irvine has extended an invitation to local teachers to bring their classes to view the film, particularly during 2 p.m. screenings.