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‘Ocean Aware’ Film Premiere

Ocean Aware

The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) and ITN Productions Industry Newshave co-produced “Ocean Aware,” a short film that draws attention to the challenges facing the ocean,explaining the mechanisms we have to defend them and steward their resources. It showcases the stories ofscience, innovation and sustainability that are transforming the marine sector. “Ocean Aware” aims to shine a

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‘Hidden Pacifc’ Virtual Screening, Q&A Aug 13

coral Palmyra Atoll Ian Shive

On August 13, the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation will host a virtual advance screening of the film “Hidden Pacific,” along with a live Q&A with filmmaker Ian Shive, as part of the foundation’s Blue Beacon series. The deep blue waters of the Pacific Ocean are teeming with life. Islands that barely rise above the ocean’s surface are home to massive seabird rookeries, and underneath the waves,

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New Documentary on Saving Species from Extinction

giant red crabs Christmas Island

Actress Claire Danes has signed on to narrate “Back from the Brink: Saved from Extinction,” the new documentary that captures remarkable comeback stories of endangered species from around the world that are rebounding thanks to human efforts. The film will launch in the U.S. and open worldwide in Giant Screen, IMAX and Digital 3D cinemas beginning October 26, 2019. Watch

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Documentary Highlights Deepwater Spill Impacts on Deep-Sea Corals

“Jewels of the Gulf” is a 16-minute documentary that highlights research by the ECOGIG Global Program into Deepwater Horizon’s continued impacts on deep-sea corals. Synopsis: “On April 20th 2010, approximately 50 miles from the Louisiana coastline, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig experienced a catastrophic failure that resulted in the largest marine oil spill in history. Over the course of 87 days,

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International Ocean Film Festival Submissions Open

The 15th Annual International Ocean Film Festival (IOFF) is now accepting film submissions. IOFF is the biggest festival of its kind in North America, featuring dozens of ocean-themed films by independent filmmakers from around the world. Films can be be documentaries, narratives, shorts, animation or full-length films on topics including but not limited to marine wildlife, conservation, ocean environments, coastal cultures, ocean sports

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