Take the plunge into the world below the surface and prepare yourself for a close encounter of a magnificent kind at the 2017 Ocean Film Festival. This exciting and unique experience takes place at the Capri Cinema on Wednesday the 22nd of March and should be added to your Mad March to-do-list.
The Ocean Film Festival screens two hours of heavenly footage taken above and below the water’s surface from independent International and Australian filmmakers - it’s an inspirational and compelling celebration of our oceans around the globe. While it will be a feast for the eyes, it will also be a feast for the mind with the different ocean-related films diving into topics such as oceanic environment, marine creatures, ocean related sports, coastal cultures and ocean lovers. It’s a bit educational but it’s mostly an entertaining encapsulation of the big blue, with amazing cinematography from unbelievable vantage points and colourful underwater footage. The teaser of the Ocean Film Festival gives us shivers; you can experience it below:
The vision of the Ocean Film Festival is to inspire audiences to explore, respect, enjoy, and protect our valuable oceans. The selection of films will mesmerise audiences with the power and beauty of world’s oceans, while conveying an appreciation for the sea and the creatures that live there using emotive interviews and insightful narrations.
If you want a one-of-a-kind, truly memorable experience, then dive right into the Ocean Film Festival 2017. Plus, if you dig the National Geographic channel then this is totally for you.
Header via National Geographic
What: Ocean Film Festival 2017
Where: The Capri Theatre, 141 Goodwood rd, Goodwood
When: Wednesday 22nd March 7:00pm-10:00pm
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