Science & Medicine
[LESS INFO] 267 VIEWS | ADDED 13:35:07 06/15/11
Documenting the unsustainable shark fin industry that affects one of the ocean's most magnificent animals, here is an excerpt from a new film by co-producers Steve Bowles, Richard Peirce and Simon Spear. More info at TheFinTrail.com.
[LESS INFO] 174 VIEWS | ADDED 13:35:07 06/09/11
Great action in this Day 3 highlight video from the 2011 Formula 3 Freediving Grand Prix in Grand Cayman. Great work all! More info at formula3freediving.com and performancefreediving.com. Directed/Edited by: Goh Iromoto. Filmed by Goh Iromoto, Matt Charlton, Ren Chapman.
[LESS INFO] 444 VIEWS | ADDED 13:35:07 04/25/11
Emma the tiger shark stars in this fantastic trailer for This is Your Ocean: Sharks directed by George Schellenger featuring artists Wyland, Guy Harvey, and shark ambassador Jim Abernethy. Narrated by Sylvia Earle. World premiere April 29 at Newport Beach Film Festival. More info at thisisyourocean.com.
[LESS INFO] 267 VIEWS | ADDED 13:35:07 03/18/11
Award-winning short film by Josh Jensen depicting some of the major environmental and ecological threats to the Galapagos Islands. This UnderSea Productions film includes interviews with local experts from WildAid, Conservation International, and Sea Shepherd. More information on Josh and UnderSea Productions at underseaproductions.com.
[LESS INFO] 156 VIEWS | ADDED 13:35:07 03/03/11
Mating cuttlefish. Sublime seahorses. Wonderful award-winning film by Edward Snijders about a Dutch estuary in Zeeland and the amazing life beneath the waves. This film took silver in the conservation video competition at 2011 Our World Underwater hosted by Wetpixel.com and DivePhotoGuide.com. More info on Edward Snijders and his work at submarines.nl.
[LESS INFO] 173 VIEWS | ADDED 13:35:07 02/20/11
Humpback Whales give hope for our ocean's future in this award-winning short film by Simon Spear. Gold award winner in the Our World Underwater Conservation Video Competition hosted by Wetpixel.com and Divephotoguide.com. More info on filmmaker Simon Spear at Viewfromtheblue.me.uk.
[LESS INFO] 118 VIEWS | ADDED 13:35:07 01/14/11
Tiny. Strange. Vital. Plankton up close and personal by filmmaker Rick Morris. Rick shot the plankton in this short film during a science cruise in the Gulf of Alaska and Prince William Sound, as part of a twelve year long sampling study called the Seward Line.