New Watch Now Playlist Highlights Ocean Issues and Solutions
From coral restoration and kelp farms to endangered whales and ambitious divers, our new playlist features ocean-focused films that you can stream directly on our site. Scroll down to learn more and begin watching.
OR visit the full Watch Now page to explore 500+ titles from past years of the Festival. Watch Now connects viewers to where they can stream these films online. And over 300 of these can be watched directly on our website for free!
Dive Tierra Bomba Dive
Festival Year: 2021
A 19 year-old woman, Yassandra Barrios, emerges as the environmental leader of her island. She learns to dive, studies Marine Biology, rallies the fishermen and young people to bring awareness to protecting their marine ecosystem.
Lucy Jane & Joya Berrow | UK, CO | 11 min
The Vanishing Invisible Forests
Festival Year: 2023
Our kelp forests are largely unobserved, and now they are vanishing. To understand why, our filmmakers focus on the work of scientists who dive underwater and look down from space.
Andrew Robinson & Dominic Smith | US | 11 min
White Whale, Gold Mine
Festival Year: 2021
Shines a light on the importance of beluga whales to Alaskans and the Alaskan ecosystem. The film highlights how belugas, other wildlife, and the way of life of the people of the region are threatened by the proposed Pebble Mine project.
Steve Ellington | US | 9 min
The Ocean Solution
Festival Year: 2022
Farming under the sea? Meet Bren Smith, the ocean farming pioneer whose vertical kelp and shellfish farms can transform the way food is produced.
Darcy Hennessey Turenne | US, CA | 14 min
Festival Year: 2020
Follows a team of scientists as they attempt a revolutionary new technique that could have lasting impacts on how conservationists are able to protect and restore endangered coral species from near extinction.
Roshan Patel | US | 10 min
More free streaming ocean films available directly on our site.
The Outlaw Ocean
The Dolphins of Barataria Bay
A Better Life – Blue Habits Baja
Stories from the Blue: Million Waves Project