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DOCUMENTARY FEATURE | 90 MIN | 2005

DEEP BLUE

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Deep Blue is an epic cinematic roller-coaster ride whose images will mesmerize viewers with their beauty and stun them with their grandeur. Plunge into spectacular seas and take a journey from the vast stretches of the open ocean to the nocturnal depths. Directors Alastair Fothergill and Andy Byatt assembled 20 specialized camera teams, shot over 7,000 hours of footage in more than 200 locations around the world for more than five years, and descended as far as 15,000 feet in the most powerful submersible crafts. In the tradition of Winged Migration and Microcosmos, Deep Blue immerses the audience in a cinematic world that will entrance the entire family. (Ages 7+)
Film Information
Year: 2004
Length: 90 minutes
Language: English
Country: U.K., Germany
Premiere: New York
Cast & Credits
Special Note

About the Director(s)
Alastair Fothergill was educated at Harrow School and the Universities of St. Andrew's and Durham. In 1993, he joined the BBC's natural history unit, and contributed to such notable programs as Reefwatch, The Trials of Life with David Attenborough, and Life in the Freezer. Fothergill headed the natural history unit from 1992 to 1998, when he stepped down to become series director for The Blue Planet, a title that he currently holds for the BBC's Blue Planet spin-off program, Planet Earth.

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