- The One Ocean Film Tour is a series of world-class ocean-loving films focused on adventure, the aquatic environment and inspiring stories.
- The tour was created in 2020 with the vision to raise awareness for ocean protection and conservation by sharing films made by people who have dedicated their lives to the ocean and all its glory.
- One Ocean Film Tour is a spectacular visual journey in itself. Join us! Immerse yourself in the mighty power of One Ocean!
2022 brings us Volume 3 of the One Ocean Film Tour. This year’s films include the following:
5 Summer Stories (Tour Edition)
Billed as “the best surf movie ever made”, Five Summer Stories is a cultural icon, a time capsule from a pivotal time when the world was at a critical crossroads and its reflection was clear in the emerging sport/art of surfing.
12 shades of gray
12 Shades of Gray is the story of this expedition and the first uncut views of these adventurers who peered beneath the waves and surfaced with a newfound appreciation for the great white shark.
Climate under pressure
“There is an abundance of information in the depths of the ocean that could be vital to our survival.” Come and take a look at the wondrous and fragile ecosystems that lie far below the surface of the ocean, as we examine deep-sea exploration and its impact on the climate.
A short film documenting the quest of an NGO called SOMA, striving to create a better future for girls in Africa. Filmmaker Eduardo Vento gives us a glimpse into what it’s like to be a woman on the island of São Tomé and Príncipe. A remote place on Earth, blessed with abundance, pristine nature and epic waves, but plagued by endemic inequalities.
F1 icon Lewis Hamilton, Big Wave surfer Makua Rothman and pro motocross champ Dylan Ferrandis meet at the surf pool in Waco, Texas and kick off an epic session of barrels, airs and smashes. friendship between champions.
Aliquam II – Cody and Eden
Giving the ocean a gift to the next generation is more than just an ideology. It is also more than transmitting the turbulence created by past generations.
The human brain and heart are almost three-quarters water; in the case of filmmaker Mike deGruy, it had to be higher. While you may not know his name, you know his images: David Attenborough’s killer whales flying elephant seals off Patagonian beaches, octopuses weaving through mazes, blue planetImages of the deep ocean.
The Art of Living Well series features inspiring films, speakers, and interactive discussions exploring ways to cultivate serenity, meaning, and a deeper connection to self and the world.