Secrets of the Sea is a giant screen film featuring the ocean’s strangest and most spectacular creatures. In the ocean, each species is dependent upon many others for survival. Captured in locations all over the world, the film demonstrates the critical importance of marine biodiversity by illustrating the astonishing ways different marine species interact with each other and their environment.
From award-winning underwater filmmakers Howard and Michele Hall (Into The Deep, Deep Sea 3D, Under the Sea 3D) and Jonathan Bird (Ancient Caves) comes an exciting new giant screen film, shot entirely “dome-friendly,” and featuring incredible underwater cinematography from around the world, a strong environmental message and a powerful score from renowned giant screen film composer Alan Williams. Secrets of the Sea is sure to thrill audiences in both Dome and 3D formats.
A film by Howard and Michele Hall and Jonathan Bird. Presented by MacGillivray Freeman Films.
Release date: June 8, World Oceans Day
Runtime: 40 minutes
Format: DCI compliant digital, IMAX digital, Dome-customized digital
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