We’ve loved the ocean since day one.
While making films around the world, we have noticed a growing trend everywhere we go: less sea life and more trash.
We knew that by showing and telling, we could inspire people to take action to restore the ocean to its wild, healthy state.
In 2012, we launched One World One Ocean, a campaign engaging audiences across all platforms, designed to change the way people see the ocean and to spark a global movement to protect it.
Our team of filmmakers and communicators focuses on sharing the most important ocean stories, creating viral videos, engrossing online discussions and billions of media impressions.
We go beyond entertainment, stimulating people’s sense of wonder.
In 2004, we founded the non-profit MacGillivray Freeman Films Educational Foundation to help people of all ages expand their learning on topics showcased in our films.
To compliment our documentary films, we help fund exhibits, teacher guides, companion photography books and educational resources to encourage interest in science, the environment, and world cultures.
Our student-screening program has enabled more than 20,000 underserved students to experience their world through our films, and our scientist speaker programs bring scientists face to face with kids in classrooms.