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Ocean Film Festival World Tour 2018

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If you love the ocean above and below, then the Ocean Film Festival World Tour is an event you will not want to miss.

The festival brings over 2 hours of the best films from around the globe that are inspirational, educational and entertaining and related to the ocean. This is a unique selection of films of varying lengths and styles covering topics including the oceanic environment, ocean-related sports, marine creatures and coastal cultures.

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Photo: Ocean Film Festival Australia


The films feature captivating cinematography and awe-inspiring underwater scenes, celebrating the power of the ocean. They are inspiring and thought-provoking and filled with moving footage, touching interviews and insightful narrations, conveying respect and appreciation of our oceans and the creatures calling them home.

The Ocean Film Festival proudly partners with and seeks to support the work of a number of conservation organisations in their work to keep the oceans safe and clean.

Project AWARE Foundation
is a group of scuba divers working to protect the ocean planet one dive at a time. Focusing on sharks in peril and marine debris, $1 from every ticket sold at Film Festival screenings in Adelaide, Sydney Orpheum and Ritz, Perth, Melbourne and Hobart is donated to Project AWARE.

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Photo: Justin Hofman, Ocean Film Festival Australia


Sea Shepherd Australia work tirelessly to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of marine wildlife using direct-action tactics to "investigate, document and take action when necessary".

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Photo: Ocean Film Festival Australia


Humpbacks and High-rises is an independent organisation dedicated to researching and protecting whales and dolphins in south-east Queensland.

World Animal Protection is a global animal welfare organisation dedicated to animals living free from suffering.

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Photo: Ocean Film Festival Australia


Showings will occur around Australia from 1 March to 13 July 2018. Tickets are selling fast, secure your spot early. Cost varies, dependent on location, however, is generally between $22 and $37 with adult, children (15 years and younger) and group (15 or more purchased in one transaction) tickets available.
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Why? Amazing footage of our oceans and marine wildlife.
When: 1 March to 13 July 2018
Where: Around Australia
Cost: Varies see ticket sales
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