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The Screen Guide

The seas of our world are massive, heaving, living, biomasses connecting life on our planet. It was here millions of years ago that life on earth began. Little has changed in those millions of years. Coral reefs are the marine equivalents to Time Square, Piccadilly Circus or Kings Cross; an aquatic metropolis where life forms numbering hundreds of thousands congregate, take nourishment and propagate, away form the hostile turbulence of the outer ocean. Marine diversity is staggering; from the microscopic to the gargantuan, comical to the sheer terrifying, plain ugly to the exquisitely beautiful. WATERY CREATURES uses the latest film techniques including the Panavision Frazier lens system that will transport you beneath the surface of the waves, down to the richest and most intriguing environment known and unknown to man.

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Crew

Director
John Moyle
Writers
John Moyle
Producer
John Moyle
Dir. of Photography
David Hannan

Production Details

Production Completion
2000
Genre
Natural history and environment
Production Company
Silvergrass Communications Pty Ltd

Sales

International Sales
Beyond Distribution