Under the Sea 3D

  by  |  August 6th, 2008  |  Published in All, Environment


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ScienCentral sat down with filmmakers Howard and Michele Hall to talk about their upcoming IMAX film, “Under the Sea 3D”. The video also features pre-released footage from the film and behind-the-scenes footage of its production, which is still in progress.

[If you cannot see the You Tube video below, you can click here for a high quality mp4 video.]

Interviewee: Howard and Michele Hall, Howard Hall Productions
Produced & Edited by James Eagan and Chris Bergendorff
Copyright © ScienCentral, Inc.

Trouble Under the Sea

Today, Earth’s seas are under threat from the effects of global warming. Problems like ocean acidification are posing a disatrous risk to marine life across the globe. As acidity levels rise in our oceans, shellfish, coral, and algae can die off and leave barren sea beds and crumbling reefs in their wake.

Filmmakers Howard and Michele Hall hope to heighten awareness of the issue by bringing it to the big screen in a new IMAX 3D film, “Under the Sea 3D”, their sequel to “Deep Sea 3D.”

For more information on what ocean acidification is and how big an impact it is having already, come back and visit ScienCentral.com on August 22 for our news story “Acid Oceans”. Or, to get alerted via email when the story is available, sign up here.


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