On the National Geographic channel i saw a recent hour long episode about the Smokey Mountains National Park. ( One in a series about our National Parks. ) They had a bit of video of River Chub mound activity and the associated shiner spawnings. It was nice but not enough to satisfy me. They also featured synchronized fireflies which is of interest because of another series that is due to be released soon with similar subject matter. I think you can watch this episode for free on the National Geographic website. I met 2 of the German Videographers for the documentary a couple three years back while FWI's Jeremy, Dave and i were filming for the upcoming Hidden Rivers.
Here in Chattanooga the PBS station regularly shows a Freshwaters Illustrated FWI short film about the Tennessee Aquarium TNACI program. I guess i have seen it a dozen plus times. It is mostly to promote TNACI efforts. Lake Sturgeon, Brook Trout, etc. You can see a lot of cool FWI's videos on Vimeo. Hellbenders, Sturgeon, Lampreys, Shrimp if you do a search.
The hour long premier of Hidden Rivers is now scheduled to be shown at the Tennessee Aquarium IMAX on Thursday, April 4 from 6 - 8:30 with a reception of some sort, cocktails, appetizers and such. They are charging $25. to attend. ! I would have hoped a Premier of this sort would have been free to the interested public to help promote interest as Hidden Rivers begins the film festival tour. I was hoping friends, family and NANFans would attend but the cost, traveling and being a Thursday will likely minimize attendance me thinks.
The Tennessee Aquarium just published these two pages in their Spring Quarterly "River Watch".