OCEAN ODYSSEY: SECRETS OF THE DEEP

OCEAN ODYSSEY: SECRETS OF THE DEEP

Winners from 2007 Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival

OCEAN ODYSSEY: SECRETS OF THE DEEP (UK/USA, 2006, 60 min.)

Come with us on a fantastic journey through the largest habitat for humanity on earth into the uncharted territory of the ocean’s abyss. Through the eyes of a bull sperm whale, the ocean’s largest predator, infinite vistas and alien life forms are revealed against a violent, volatile and treacherous landscape that has remained impenetrable until now. Watch as the whale navigates pack-hunting killer whales, erupting volcanoes, earthquakes and mudslides on this first-ever tour. The film incorporates animation and computer graphics techniques. Directed by David Allen. Lead Animators: Adam Burnett, Richard Smith, Nigel Rafter, Angela King, Peter Clayton and Theo Facey. Visual Effects Producers: Lorna Patterson and Joanna Nodwell. Animation Award.

Introduced by Deborah Rothberg, Public Programs Coordinator, National Museum of Natural History.

Shown as part of the program on 3/15/08 Winners from 2007 Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, along with THE QUEEN OF TREES, PLANET EARTH: FROM POLE TO POLE, PARANORMAL PIGEONS, CRIME SCENE WILD: SHARKS, and SHOWDOWN AT ELKTOWN.

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE, no reservations needed

National Museum of Natural History, Baird Auditorium,

10th St. & Constitution Ave., NW (METRO: Federal Triangle or Smithsonian)

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