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About Wild Ocean


a 2D and 3D giant screen experience from the makers of PULSE, THE LAST REEF ad GREAT WHITE SHARK

A large format 3D experience from the makers of PULSE, THE LAST REEF and GREAT WHITE SHARK 3D.

The movie explores South Africa's coastline, and the apex predators that patrol its waters: sharks, dolphins, whales and man... their prey: the supershoal of billions of sardines that lurk in the deep cold waters of the Indian Ocean. This is where Africa meets the sea...


Filmed over two years in Kwa Zulu Natal and the Transkei, WILD OCEAN 3D transports the audience to one of the world's last wild places, and gives them a chance to see the ocean as it once was elsewhere, hundreds of years ago.

Written, directed, edited and scored by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNIcholas, with leading photographers Reed Smoot above water and DJ Roller below water, Wild Ocean is a symphonic journey, and a soaring, diving spectacle that fills the giant Imax screen in stunning 3D.
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NARRATED by JOHN KANI


from the Market Theatre website: During the apartheid era, Kani was harassed by police, detained and even stabled several times but his artistic voice continued to soar with stories that mirrored the pain but which at the same time inspired hope.

Hailing from New Brighton, in the Eastern Cape, John Kani cut his teeth in theatre when he was still at school and with the Serpent Players where he worked alongside Athol Fugard and Winston Ntshona. This collaborative relationship resulted in the internationally acclaimed productions Sizwe Banzi is Dead (1972) and The Island (1973) which in 1975, earned Kani and Ntshona the joint-recognition in New York with the Tony Award for Best Actor.

John Kani’s long trail of accolades includes an Obie award (2003) in the US which acknowledged his contribution to theatre; and back home in South Africa in 2005, the South African government bestowed the Order of Ikhamanga in Silver on Kani in recognition of his contribution to theatre and the struggle for a non-racial, non-sexist and democratic South Africa. Kani also received the Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation Award (2000) and the Olive Schreiner Prize (2005). In 2006, Kani was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Cape Town.

MAIN CREDITS


A Giant Screen Films and Yes/No Productions Film

In Association with Hugo Productions

PRODUCED BY
Don Kempf Steve Kempf David Marks

WRITTEN, DIRECTED, EDITED and COMPOSED BY
Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Reed Smoot

DIRECTOR OF UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY
DJ Roller

NARRATED BY
John Kani

DIRECTOR OF 3D PHOTOGRAPHY
Peter A. Anderson

LOCATION SOUND SUPERVISOR, MUSIC SCORE RECORDER & MIXER
Mike Roberts

SUPERVISING SOUND EDITOR
Brian Eimer

Major Support Provided by the 3D Film Interest Group

DISTRIBUTION

Derek Threinen
+ 1 847-475-9140 x107
dthreinen@gsfilms.com

Domingo Escutia Muñoz
+34 646 854 714
descutia@gsfilms.com

Andy Wood
+1 847-475-9140 x105
awood@gsfilms.com

Deborah Raksany
+1 847-475-9140 x108
draksany@gsfilms.com

Tom Rooney
+1 847-475-9140 x112
trooney@gsfilms.com

Yes/No Productions

The Old Market,
11a Upper Market Street                  
Brighton and Hove, BN3 1AS
UK

Contacts

Email: info@stomp.co.uk                    
Phone:  +44 (0) 1273 711 151