This documentary shows us the other side of the mirror,a thin blue film that hides a very different world in which the most prodigious creatures have made their home.
This high-quality production, filmed digitally in 5K and 6K
resolution, takes a close look at the hive of activity of all
those creatures just below the surface of the sea; the
secrets of their different ways of adapting in order to
survive in this endless world of water. Coming in early 2016.
Shooting with Red Epic at 5 K of resolution, Amphibico Rouge & Orcalights..
We live in a world much more amazing than we think it is. A planet dyed in blue that we never come to understand.
Under the thin blue line there is a three-dimensional space with unexplored seascapes of primal life, of light effects cradled by the water, of pure magic. A place where we question our commitment with the oceans.
An oasis of life in the Caribbean, unaware of overcrowding. Perhaps one of the last unspoilt places where we can dive surrounded by sharks or meet face to face the saltwater crocodile in the mangrove channels.
Shooting with Red, Epic Amphibico Rouge and Canon lens.
Intro of the documentary "Isora, story of a pod of pilot whales," in which it is narrated the life of a pod of pilot whales living in Canary Islands, as well as their space and the residents sharing that space. It is financed by the Canarian Foundation Mapfre Guanarteme and produced by Aquawork Productions. It will be presented at the end of November 2012