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Join the Movement That Will Make An Impact for 10,000 Years

Can A Film Save The Oceans?

Ocean Film ChallengeIf legendary oceanographer, Dr. Sylvia Earle, has anything to do with it, the Ocean Film Challenge will do just that.

How we treat the oceans in the next 10 years will determine the fate of our planet for the next 10,000 years. There is no other planet. No water anywhere else. We have to save this.

In support of Dr. Sylvia Earle, the Ocean Film Challenge kicks off Blue Out Day, a massive initiative to move a billion people to act in support of the ocean on June 8, also known as World Oceans Day.

The time is now to mobilize for the future of your planet.  Blue Out Day is a massive initiative to move a billion people to act, in support of our oceans.  It comes on World Oceans Day, June 8, 2018 where One Billion people will come together as One People on One Planet to take action for Our Oceans.


Watch the first four Ocean Film Challenge finalists by clicking below.

Gyrecraft by Alexander Groves

Ocean Film Challenge

High Hopes – The Future of Dungeness Crab by Benjamin Drummond

Ocean Film Challenge

Blue Ventures by Gabriel Diamond

Ocean Film Challenge

Filtering a Plastic Ocean by Rory Banyard

Ocean Film Challenge

To learn more about the nominated films, visit Audience Awards Ocean Film Challenge.

Ocean Film Contest

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