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The Last Reef: Cities Beneath The Sea is a thrilling underwater journey that uses unprecedented cinematography to bring the teeming world of coral reefs to life. The film explores our connection with ocean's complex, parallel worlds, revealing a habitat more diverse and more colorful than ever imagined. Stunning imagery immerses viewers in these communities beneath the sea and reveals the behavior and relationships of countless ocean denizens-rom well-loved species like spotted dolphins, to reef sharks and stingrays, to lesser-known but equally fascinating reef residents, such as crocodile fish, colorful nudibranchs and delicate flatworms. Shot on location in Palau, Bahamas, Cancun, French Polynesia and New York, The Last Reef takes us from the heart of the city to the heart of the reef. As these ancient, exotic havens face the threat of extinction, this uplifting film inspires audiences with a vision of the reef's incredible-yet fragile-power to rebuild.
The Last Reef is a production of Giant Screen Films, Yes/No Productions and Liquid Pictures. The film is written and directed by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, the Academy Award-nominated creators of the international sensation STOMP. Photography is by award-winning director of photography, D.J. Roller. Original music by Cresswell and McNicholas with sound design and mix by Mike Roberts and Brian Eimer.
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