Every two years ocean leaders, filmmakers, photographers, scientists, explorers, entertainment executives – and the general public-- gather in Monterey at BLUE to honor the best in ocean filmmaking, to learn more about the issues facing our oceans, and to collaborate on improving the future of our oceans and humanity.
This year Jean-Michel Coustea will be showing a film on his father Jacques and James Cameron will be honored with the Award for Lifetime Achievement in Ocean Filmmaking.
Carl and Jeanie entered Itu's Bones in the People and the Sea category hoping to be selected. Not only did the film get through the first round of voting but it has just been selected as a finalist. The film will receive some tremendous exposure across a diverse group of festival attendees and it's selection is a testament to the quality of Carl and Jeanie's film making and story telling.