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2022 OCEAN FILM PROGRAMME

£10

Witness inspirational ocean films from above and below the surface! The 2022 Ocean Film Festival features swimming with tiger sharks, a record-breaking SUP expedition, big-wave surfing and much more.

Giving a gift? Gift cards let your recipient choose which film programme and when to watch! 

CHOOSE YOUR EVENT VIEWING WINDOW

20 Jan (5pm) - 23 Jan 2023 (11:30pm)

TICKET INFO

  • The 2022 Ocean Film Programme films are available to watch for 3 day fixed viewing period windows (see times above).

  • Only available to watch in the UK & Ireland.

  • Single viewing passes £10 | Multiple passes - use code EPIC-TEN at checkout & save 10%.

  • ​Includes access to prize draw, bonus content and interactive virtual foyer.

  • Buying a Gift? Purchase a gift card AVAILABLE HERE. The recipient can choose any film programme from the Virtual Live Events or Encore Channel when redeeming. 

  • The films on the 2022 Ocean Film Programme were shown on the 2022 Ocean Film Festival theatre tour.

 

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OCEAN FILM FESTIVAL DETAILS
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CIRCUMNAVIGATE

39 minutes

Father of three Brendon Prince, from South Devon, attempts to become the first person ever to stand-up paddleboard around mainland Britain – a challenge that many have tried, but none have achieved. Circumnavigate joins Brendon on his gruelling journey around Britain’s spectacular and often treacherous coastline, in an attempt to break five world records and raise awareness for water safety education.

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MAR

25 minutes

Portugal’s exposed northwest coast produces powerful and challenging waves, which makes for a life and death moment for big wave surfer Alex Botelho during a surf competition. Mar is a tale of discovery, triumph and (almost) tragedy, but above all it's a life-affirming celebration of surfing its original form – with exciting camera angles and stunning big-wave riding sequences guaranteed.

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TIGER SHARK KING

7 minutes

More than 20 years ago, conservationist and diver Jim Abernethy discovered the 'affectionate' side of large predatory sharks after removing a fishing hook from the jaws of a tiger shark. Since then he has removed thousands of hooks from sharks in the warm, clear waters off the Bahamas and has brought divers to safely encounter these apex predators with the goal of de-stigmatising sharks as mindless killers.

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I AM OCEAN

9 minutes

I am Ocean showcases the inspirational story of Australian diver, oceanographer and underwater photographer PT Hirschfield, who's successful 11-year battle with cancer has been fuelled by her passion for scuba diving, a deep connection with the underwater world, and a mission to save the heavily persecuted wildlife at her local dive sites.

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REBIRTH

6 minutes

In Rebirth we meet Benoit, a surfer from the Basque country, fighting for his love of riding waves after a freak accident. Through deep perseverance and an upbeat spirit, the challenge to adapt develops Benoit both physically and mentally. His journey pushes him to relearn and find freedom from surfing once again, while inspiring new possibilities for the adaptive surf community.

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EYRE & SEA

18 minutes

At the remote Eyre Peninsula in South Australia, vast desert spills into roaring ocean and weather is king. It's a pristine environment supporting a unique array of wildlife, including the endangered Australian sea lion. Here, in a town with a population of three, lives Alan. In a life shaped around the natural world, an unlikely relationship with a colony of seals has fundamentally changed him.

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IF YOU GIVE A BEACH A BOTTLE

5 minutes

Max Romey is a filmmaker and painter who uses a unique blend of watercolours and videography to tell stories. Inspired by a picture book, Max heads to a remote beach in Alaska in search of marine debris – and comes back with an entirely different story to the one he was expecting.

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