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65th San Sebastian Film Festival
22/30 September 2017 - #65ssiff

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Deep Blue

One of the most singular and comprehensive projects ever undertaken in the field of documentary filmmaking, Deep Blue presents images of the world's oceans gathered over years of filming, plunging the audience into the spectacle of the seas and taking it on a journey from the shallowest coral reefs to the barren shores of the Antartic, and from the vast stretches of the open ocean to the nocturnal landscapes of the ocean's deepest chasms. Oceans are the last frontier of our planet and Deep Blue, based on the BBC's The Blue Planet, is the definitive exploration of that frontier.
Fothergill joined the BBC Natural History Unit (NHU) in 1983, of which he was appointed head in 1992, a position from which he stepped down in 1998 to concentrate on his role as Series Director of The Blue Planet. Byatt has been making films with the NHU since 1989, initially as safety diver, and was the director of his latest project, Monsters We Met. Holmes joined the NHU in 1998 as a presenter on Reefwatch, the first live broadcast from underwater. She has also directed a number of Wildlife on One episodes, and the special Polar Bear.
Alastair Fothergill, Andy Byatt, Martha Holmes
Alastair Fothergill, Andy Byatt
Doug Allan, Peter Scoones, Rick Rosenthal
Martin Elsbury
George Fenton
Greenlight Media AG Gormannstrasse, 22 D-10119 Berlin Tel 49 30 726 2000 Fax 49
Running Time
90 m.
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