Reefs and Climate Change

Reefs and Climate Change

There’s been a lot in the news lately which pertains to reefs and climate change, so here are a few links for anyone who has seen The Last Reef and wonders if anything has changed since the film was released (short answer, not a lot)… The UK Guardian has an in depth look at the [...]

SculptureNews

SculptureNews

Jason deCaires Taylor has some new underwater sculptures to show you on his website…   Latest Works   A new series of works are now unveiled in the collection of MUSA (Museo Subacuático de Arte). The recent works by Jason deCaires Taylor bring his contribution to the project up to a total of 510 permanent [...]

ReefNewsOct2013

ReefNewsOct2013

After several successful screenings at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film festival and some interesting Q&A sessions with locals of all ages, we thought it was time for a round up of the latest reef news… since the film was completed 2 years ago, has there been any change in the projected fortunes of the world’s [...]

Dimension 3 Prize Winner

Dimension 3 Prize Winner

We are pleased to discover that The Last Reef is a finalist in the 3D documentary category at the Dimension 3 Festival in Paris. The festival runs from 18-21 June, and 3d festivals don’t come much better than this. Wild Ocean had a successful 3d screening here several years ago, so if you’re in Paris, [...]

Beauty Review

Beauty Review

The Last Reef recently opened at the Imax Victoria cinema in Victoria B.C, and garnered this review in the Times Colonist newspaper. “As far as jaw-dropping imagery goes, The Last Reef is hard to beat as it effectively parallels behaviour in these heavily populated “cities beneath the sea” with bustling urban centres – notably New [...]

Palau's World Heritage

Palau’s World Heritage

Palau makes World Heritage list! Palau’s Rock Islands Southern Lagoon has recently made UNESCO’s World Heritage List. This is especially poignant for The Last Reef, since most of the films underwater coral reef sequences and many of the timelapse sequences were shot in Palau, one of the most biologically diverse areas on the planet, and [...]

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