The 2016 BLUE Ocean Film Festival and Conservation Summit (BLUE) held last week (Nov 10 -13) in St. Petersburg, Florida showcased spectacular, provocative and inspiring films from 24 countries
BLUE Ocean Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: BLUE Ocean Film Festival
WHERE: Monterey, California, USA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: Every two years ocean leaders, filmmakers, photographers, scientists, explorers, entertainment executives – and the general public– gather in Monterey at BLUE to honor the best n ocean filmmaking, to learn more about the issues facing our oceans, and to collaborate on improving the future of our oceans and humanity. The seven-day event is charged with energy as these diverse groups of people share knowledge and ideas with each other and with the general public.
Entrepreneur and ocean conservation pioneer David E. Shaw will be the recipient of the 2016 Making Waves Award at the Blue Ocean Film Festival and Conservation Summit (BLUE).
The Blue Ocean Film Festival and Conservation Summit will offer over 90 films from 24 countries in venues throughout the City of St. Petersburg from November 10 to 13, 2016.
Ocean filmmaker Greg MacGillivray, and ocean voyager Nainoa Thompson are the recipients of BLUE Ocean Film Festival and Conservation Summit (BLUE) 2016 Legacy Awards.
BLUE Ocean Film Festival (BLUE) has selected St. Petersburg, Florida, as the location for the next biennial festival to be held November 3 to 9, 2014. The announcement was made on the same day that BLUE announced a strategic partnership with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, to host a BLUE Ocean Film Festival event every other year in Monaco, beginning in 2015.
BLUE Ocean Film Festival announced the finalists of the 2010 film competition. All Finalist films will be screened during the Festival (August 24 – 29) in one of the 6 Monterey Peninsula theater venues in Monterey, California. Broadcast Big Sur: Wild California | National Geographic TVHumpback from Fire to Ice | Michelle AddingtonInto The Dragon’s Lair | NHU AfricaOrca Killing School | National Geographic TVStrange Days On Planet Earth: Dirty Secrets | Sea Studio Foundation […]