About the Film
The “One Ocean Film Tour” features a series of ocean-loving films focused on adventure, the aquatic environment, and films that draw inspiration. With a vision to protect our oceans, to share the films made by people who have dedicated their lives to the ocean and all her glory, the “One Ocean Film Tour” is a spectacular visual journey in itself.
This exclusive online live film event kicks off on June 8th, World Oceans Day, and features awe-inspiring films made by ocean lovers, for ocean lovers. These films are educational, exciting, inspiring, and will define our future. This special event is hosted by Sea Shepherd Australia.
THE GREAT WHALE – (12 min)
The story of Michael Fishbach, a dedicated and eccentric whale conservationist who is trying to save the future of the largest animal ever to exist on Earth, the blue whale.
TIPPING POINT – (11 min)
Three young adventurers take a journey that would test their mental, physical and emotional capabilities to the limit. In March 2018 they sailed out of South Africa for the sub-Antarctic Kerguelen Islands. Ten days out, their worst fear became a reality.
THE LONGEST WAVE – (One Ocean Tour edit, 12 min)
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Joe Berlinger travels the globe with legendary windsurfer and pioneering waterman Robby Naish, a 26-time world champion whose quest to master the world’s longest waves unexpectedly reveals his vulnerabilities as a competitor, mentor and father.
CRUISE SHIPS IN MONTEREY BAY – (10 min)
Beginning in 2017, a group of environmental activists began organizing against the visitation of cruise ships in the Monterey Bay, where many locals are worried an accident might occur that would have major implications for the health of the National Marine Sanctuary.
UN-TRASHING DJULPAN – (25 min)
With marine plastic pollution having devastating consequences on oceans and coastlines around the world, Sea Shepherd Australia is shining a light on how this increasing environmental issue is affecting mainland Australia.
KALANI – GIFT FROM HEAVEN – (25 min)
For the past three years, filmmaker Nuno Dias has been busy capturing the life of one of the most enigmatic characters in all of big wave surfing, Kalani Lattanzi. Filmed in Nazaré and Rio de Janeiro, this documentary portrays the Brazilian waterman’s journey from his home country to bodysurfing Nazaré.
THE SHARK NET FILM – (32 min)
Shark nets at Queensland beaches have been around for a long time. Are they effective? What other side effects do these nets create? What about Drum lines too? This film by Marine Biologist Holly Richmond asks these critical questions and provides the other side of the story to shark netting along Queensland’s beaches.
Pre-order available now. The event will go live at 5:00pm MT on June 8th and run through June 10th. The films will be viewable for 48 hours after purchase. Use the code Park City at checkout, and Park City Film will receive 50% of the net proceeds.