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21 May, 2013
Created and directed by Australian media artist Lynette Wallworth with principal photography by David Hannan, Coral: Rekindling Venus is an immersive Full Dome format film experience that takes viewers underwater through the mysterious realm of fluorescent coral reefs.
Producer John Maynard of Felix Media adds: "Lynette’s work, beyond its beauty and visionary scope has created a benchmark in full-dome work and is quickly enlivening the market with the potential of new content. Inclusion in the prestigious Sundance Film Festival New Frontier exhibition helps our film find wider audiences and helps to spread support for our endangered coral reefs".
May 16, 2011
Coral Reefs are rich, sensitive ecosystems vital to the survival of one-quarter of all sea life and the economies of many countries. But what are corals really, how do they function and why are they now threatened by rising sea temperatures and increasing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere?
World leading Australian marine scientists Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg and Professor Peter Harrison answer these and many other questions about corals reefs in two new series of educational video presentations both hosted by Dr 'Kiki' Sanford.
A total of nine insightful new video modules with support materials aligned with curriculum standards for education in science are now available.
April 5, 2010
Today, the International Wildlife Film Festival at Missoula, Montana announced its winners for 2010.
Undersea Edens won the category for 'Best Series' (under $500K) which is a FANTASTIC award for producers Nate Scripture, David Hannan and their teams collaborating on this international co-production.
Commissioned by Smithsonian Channel in the USA, Undersea Edens is an innovative six-part natural history series celebrating the marine world though the eyes of Australian Emmy-Award winning cameraman David Hannan. The series is set above and below the waterline in the most life-abundant seas on our planet – the kinds of places so remote few film crews dare venture.