This is the story of our generation needs to hear. Industrial scale fishing, habitat destruction, species loss and pollution in the ocean in peril. The very nature of the sea is being irretrievably altered. BLUE  is a provocative journey into the ocean realm, witnessing this critical moment in time when the world is precipice. Our ocean has been the guardian of life on earth. Now it’s our turn to be guardians for the ocean.


Coral reefs around the world are vanishing at an unprecedented rate. A team of divers, photographers and scientists set out on a thrilling ocean adventure to discover why and to reveal the underwater mystery to the world. The film takes more than three years to shoot, and it’s the result of 500+ hours underwater, submission of footage from volunteers from 30 countries, and support from more than 500 people from all over the world. The film won an Audience Award at Sundance Film Festival.


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A film by Keith Scholey (FELINS, GRIZZLY), co-directed par Alastair Fothergill and a story told by actress Cécile de France.
BLUE, the new Disneynature movie, is a dive in the heart of the ocean to discover, understand and love a world still mysterious and surprising. A world where creative nature invents wonderful colors, shapes and sounds. The ocean is unique, only men put it in the plural. It is everywhere, covers more than 70% of Planet Earth and gives our home its color and its name: the blue planet. In this sumptuous and fragile environment, dolphins are our guides to share this great history of the ocean which is that of our origins and our future. A universal story that resonates in each of us. Discover a world full of surprises where each inhabitant plays a major role in the survival and balance of this world; Where friends and enemies need each other to survive!


“With this film, we wanted to bring a sense of wonder to the audience. What mattered to us more than anything is that the viewer can understand that the reef, this incredible underwater city, can survive only when each of its inhabitants is present. All animals and plants are inter-connected there. “~Keith Scholey



Oscar®- and Emmy®-nominated director Brett Morgen uses never-before-seen footage from the National Geographic archives to shed fresh light on the trailblazing conservationist Jane Goodall, and her extraordinary life devoted to understanding and protecting Chimpanzees. 



What do you do if your country is being swallowed by the sea? The Pacific Island nation of Kiribati (population: 100,000) is one of the most remote places on the planet. Yet it is one of the first countries to suffer from crises of our time: imminent annihilation from sea-level rise. A powerful film addressing environmental migration, national identity, and personal heartbreak.Kiribati’s President Anote Tonga to protect their nation’s people and maintain their dignity


Inventing Tomorrow follows six young scientists from Indonesia, Hawaii, India and Mexico as they tackle some of the MOST complex environmental threats facing society – right in their own backyards. Take a journey with these inspiring teens as they prepare for their cutting-edge scientific research at the world’s leading high-school scientists, Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), in Los Angeles, USA.



The film examines the big question of how much food can be produced when the world’s population reaches 10 trillion.We’re all active consumers – and the movie will help us decide how to act.



The Parched series explores the corporate, political and social interests that are responsible for our water-limited future and focuses on India and Syria, two of the world’s most vulnerable hot spots for water-related conflict. Premiering March 7th, 2019.

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