“The ocean has done so much for us, now we have the opportunity to do something meaningful for the ocean…to offer it our protection…This is our home, our future” —Blue the Film

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Make a Date With the Ocean!

World Ocean Day-logo, Blue the FilmIn celebration of #WorldOceansDay, the award-winning film Blue is being shown internationally in theaters the first week of June. For ONE WEEK ONLY, Blue is screening in the USA, Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Ireland.

Blue is a film about how the oceans are broken. Half of all marine life has been lost in the last 40 years. And by 2050 there will be more plastic in the sea than fish. Featuring passionate advocates for ocean preservation, the film tackles themes of habitat destruction, species loss and pollution. Filmed in the seas surrounding Australia, Indonesia, the Philippines and the USA, Blue looks at how the very nature of the ocean is being altered.”

“Blue is a cinematic song for our oceans; beautiful, intimate and grand. Fearlessly truth-telling, yet passionately hopeful. See this film and you will want to rise up with the waves!” Greenpeace – Australia

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If you live in Australia or New Zealand you can also arrange to host your own screening of Blue the Film in classrooms and your local community. Other locations to follow. Find out more about where, when and how to see Blue.

How to Buy, Borrow or Steal, Blue the Film

The film is also available to buy or rent via Apple iTunes, YouTube and Google Play. Showings in Germany and other European countries will also be available soon.

By Robert Frerck, Blue Ocean Network


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