Wonders of the Sea 3D

Filmed over 3 years from Fiji to Bahamas, Jean-Michel Cousteau, his children Celine and Fabien and their team take us on a voyage to discover the ocean as never seen before and learn about the threats that put our ocean at risk.

Its poetic, entertaining, thrilling educational and environmental qualities, as well as its enthralling music, set Wonders of the Sea 3D apart from academic documentaries. The film aims at attracting and uniting the general public around the need to protect the ocean.

The incredible never-before-seen images in Wonders of the Sea 3D were captured thanks to the development of new filming tools which allow to shoot underwater in 3D, Ultra-HD 4K, slow motion, close up, macro and with motion control.

Three years of research and development were required to obtain the final images that will wow audiences at cinemas around the globe.

The film has an important educational and ecological component, which is emphasised throughout in a subtle and non-aggressive manner.

Ocean Futures Society’s educational team, led by their chief scientific advisor, Dr. Richard Murphy, is working on the development of many educational components focused on children and widely supported by electronic and social media.

Explore the Film @ wondersofthesea3d.com

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Inga Yandell
Explorer and photo-journalist, passionate about nature, culture and travel. Combining science and conservation with investigative journalism to provide educational resources and a platform for science exploration.
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