1. Give Frank a Break - The Australian Marine Conservation Society

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    This is a short film starring the very funny Frank Woodley. I produced it for the Australian Marine Conservation Society to encourage people to use less plastic. Because every piece of plastic ever created by us is still on the planet today.

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    • Alex Walters Showreel

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      This is my cinematography showreel from projects I filmed over the summer of 2014. It starts by revealing the quiet yet intriguing wildlife on a small stretch of the River Avon just outside Bath, going on to take you on a journey through the vastly varied wildlife and landscapes of Madagascar. In conclusion it focuses down on a story of marine conservation that I filmed in Andavadoka on the south west coast of the island, following a young fisherman called Avy. I hope you enjoy it!

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      • Sylvia Earle, Mission Blue, 2014 Sargasso Sea Symposium, SEA Semester: Marine Biodiversity and Conservation

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        SEA Semester: Marine Biodiversity & Conservation, is an integrated semester that applies modern biodiversity research to place-based resource management in the coastal and open ocean. Students conduct authentic biodiversity and policy research that contributes directly to the international effort to protect the Sargasso Sea. They then present their research findings and policy recommendations to a panel of invited experts as part of a formal, professional symposium. In this video, Dr. Sylvia Earle, an American marine biologist, explorer, author, and lecturer speaks during the 2014 Sargasso Sea Symposium, held at Sea Education Association in Woods Hole, MA

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        • Sun Na Anti-Shark Finning Campaign

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          Sun Na's life changed when she came across a finned hammerhead while diving on vacation. Since that encounter Sun Na has dedicated her time and energy to promote anti shark finning campaigns throughout China. She single handedly raised over twenty thousand dollars to help support educational programs focused on spreading awareness of shark conservation. Sun Na is an ocean warrior in the truest sense of the word. www.zero.ngo.cn Filmed & Edited by Amanda Cotton www.acottonphoto.com

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          • Battle of the Reef - Marine Conservation

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            A short documentary by Silke de Vos Marine conservation can be a challenging task, as the Philippine municipality of Dauin exemplifies. Dauin is known for its far-reaching conservation measures, but is still struggling with illegal fishery and the aftermath of recent typhoons. The municipality joins up with scientists, dive operators and volunteers to rehabilitate and sustain the reefs. Award: Special prize “Nature” in VISIONS VIDEO 2013, by “Unterwasser” A feature length documentary is being produced by SILKY FOX PRODUCTIONS and will be released Jan 2015. More information under: www.facebook.com/battleofthereef

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            • NHRCP - Highlights - September and October 2014

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              As the program winds down for the season, we look at all the things that made September and October such an incredible time to be with the program. Here we see: - The release of a rare seahorse into the open sea. - The deployment of a new Longtail boat mooring structure. - The first recorded mass spawning of the crown of thorns sea star, urchins and cucumbers on Koh Tao - Work at the Hin Fai Biorock - Training local children in Scuba Diving and Reef Conservation techniques - Painting the turtle tanks in preparation for a new batch of turtles. - A WHALE SHARK. The first for the conservation team during a work dive. More information on the above projects can be found here: Our Work with Seahorses and Iseahorse.org at Project Seahorse newheavendiveschool.com/marine-conservat­ion-thailand/conservation-projects/seaho­rse-research/ newheavendiveschool.com/conservation-pro­jects/researching-local-seahorses/ newheavendiveschool.com/marine-conservat­ion-thailand/marine-conservation-courses­/conservation-certifications/seahorse-ce­rtification/ The Crown of Thorns starfish and its impacts on the coral reefs of Koh Tao http://www.newheavendiveschool.com/ma... The variety of marine Invertebrates we see on Koh Tao: http://www.newheavendiveschool.com/ma... Artificial Reefs and Dive sites newheavendiveschool.com/marine-conservat­¬ion-thailand/conservation-projects/cora­l¬-nurseries-artificial-reefs/ newheavendiveschool.com/koh-tao-news/koh­¬-tao-artificial-reef-project-dmcr/ newheavendiveschool.com/articles/effecti­¬veness-artificial-reefs/ Turtle Headstarting program newheavendiveschool.com/marine-conservat­¬ion-thailand/conservation-projects/sea-­t¬urtle-headstarting/ Status of Koh Tao's Reefs - newheavendiveschool.com/marine-conservat­¬ion-thailand/learning-resources/koh-tao­-¬reef-status/ newheavendiveschool.com/articles/status-­¬koh-taos-coral-reefs/ Also check out this guide for those keen on visiting the program or the island! newheavendiveschool.com/fan-club/diving-­¬holidays/

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              • The Cleaners

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                Winner of Best Mockumentary at the 2014 Croydon International Film Festival. During 2010 while working in Utila, Honduras my Father and I decided that as there was not much to be seen in the surrounding waters while scuba diving we should make an underwater film. The sea surrounding the Bay Islands of Utila are seriously over fished so we decided to shoot a conservation video with a twist. In this film the cast act as "highly trained underwater organisms" looking after their environment on a typical day. Maybe surprisingly for you this film was shot on a point-and-shoot non HD camera. This film has been included in some European Film Festivals and will be showing at the Croydon International Film Festival on 25th October 2014.

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                • Breaking Water

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                  VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED (Graphic Content) Breaking Water opens discussion for marine conservation with focus on the endangerment of both Reef Mantas and Giant Manta Rays along the coast of Mozambique. Specialists in both the marine conservation and diving industry share their thoughts on the current issues beyond the knowledge of the public eye, breaking water on a topic that represents a much larger message. Director // Editor - Drew Maloney First Asst. Director - Monica Phung

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                  • Master Divers Koh Tao Eco Trip.

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                    A short video by our in house Videographer and Dive Master Martin Low on a recent trip to some of the hidden bays around Koh Tao in Thailand to collect Marine debris which has been washed up in recent weeks due to bad weather. The team collected 77.5KG of rubbish in just one afternoon! A huge thank you to everyone involved.

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                    • Reef Patrol (Blacktip Reef Sharks) filmed with GoPro Hero 3

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                      200 million sharks are killed per year by people, 550 thousand per day. There are 500 different shark species on our planet, 100 of these species that we know about, are endangered. The other 400 species we don’t know about could well be endangered too. There are many reasons for shark killing: Shark fins, shark meat or cartilage, bycatch in the fishing industry, habitat damage, pollution or just as a trophy. Once the species have reaches extinction, there is no way of bringing them back to our oceans. They will be gone for ever. This is ironical, because sharks predate dinosaurs by 200 million years and people have nearly managed to ban them from earth in just a few decades. Experts assume that many shark species will die out within the next few years. But there is hope. Many countries have banned the shark fin trade. Also many airlines have banned shark fins and shark related products from their flights. But shark killing will go on, as long as there is a market for it. REEF PATROL - dedicated to the endangered sharks of our world Filmed, Produced & Edited by Vanessa Cara-Kerr http://www.cara-kerr.com http://www.reefpatrol.com ################################################################### The Film “Sharkwater” shows how sharks are hunted by people to their extinction Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5fObF_CCYc#t=64 Webpage: http://www.sharkwater.com Help and preserve sharks on http://www.sharkproject.org

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