Diving Raja Ampat offers untouched coral reefs and incredible marine life.
Blue sharks and large Mobula rays are the stars in our diving the Azores movie.
Dive Palau is a fantastic film showing the truly amazing experience of the Island of Palau, including sights of majestic Manta rays, grey reef sharks, white tip reef sharks and many pelagic reef fishes. All of these wonderful animals and many more are featured on our underwater film Dive Palau. We also included the famous helicopter ride through the rock islands, world world 2 relicts on Palau island and the all famous jellyfish lake featured in our main film and as an extra short film.
Beneath the waves is a fantastic journey through Philippine waters waters. On our underwater journey through the Philippines we encounter majestic whale sharks, discover the world heritage site Tubbataha Reefs and it’s untouched coral reefs and splendid marine life including many reef sharks. We will visit the famous Moalboal sardine run and feature our world famous hunting thresher shark footage.
The coral reefs, often called “rainforests of the sea”, are some of the most diverse ecosystems on Earth.
Consisting of hard- and soft corals they are an impressive sight and beautiful beyond imagination.
They provide shelter for a big array of reef fishes and invertebrates. Enjoy our colourful coral reef movie and all it’s inhabitants including graceful turtles and bizarre frogfishes. Be amazed by the creatures of the night on a beautiful night dive. All filmed in 4K Ultra High Definition.
Dive the Bahamas and experience the big sharks at Tiger Beach. Diving the Bahamas at Tiger Beach is a thrill of a lifetime, you will be surrounded by big sharks including bull sharks, lemon sharks, sand tiger shark the elusive great hammerhead shark and the king of all tropical sharks the tiger shark. In this 25 minutes film we show all these sharks in breathtaking pictures with different editing styles, fast action, monochrome, slow motion.
The Red Sea offers stunning walls and colourful reef fishes which gave the sea it’s name. Apart from the colourful beauties on the reef we also encounter larger marine animals like Dolphins and different kind of sharks which roam the clear blue waters of the red sea.
Nightvision takes you on a magical night dive an lets you discover amazing creatures from the worlds ocean. We show sharks and rays patrolling the reefs in the Maldives, hunting lion fish from the Red Sea, amazing corals and creatures floating through the black waters far away from the coral reefs. For this film we used special editing techniques to make the viewing a magical experience.
Coconut palm trees and beautiful manta rays are symbols of the Maldives, including more than a thousand islands. Grouped into low atolls in the Indian Ocean, only a few of theses islands are inhabited. The Maldives have flat white sandy beaches and excellent coral reefs with an abundance of marine life. On this underwater movie we show all the inhabitants of the Maldives marine life including sharks, manta rays, eagle rays, trevally, black snappers, grouper, schooling bannerfish, large moray eels, squirrelfish, soldierfish and colorful leaf fishes. You can also expect breathtaking scenes from the Maldives underwater topography with magnificent rock faces, numerous caves, steep drop offs and precipitous overhangs.
We added two extra movies which feature the highlights of the Maldives, the magnificent manta rays and the many different sharks.
The Clownfish family is a beautiful relaxing film showing the most colorful and adorable fish family of the ocean. Filmed on locationin the Philippines, the Maldives, the Red Sea and the Island of Palau where you can find these colorful anemonefishes swimming through the tentacles of their anemones and giving the coral reef it’s magical touch. We also have featured the most famous family member “Nemo” the Clownfish. Thsi anemonefish member is easily recognized by it’s striking orange color and is the star of all the anemone fishes.
You can buy “The Clownfish family” on our VOD (Video On Demand) at Vimeo