The International Ocean Tour, the world’s ultimate film festival for ocean lovers, is starting to make its way to America for showings in the early fall months. The tour is 120 of content that focuses on films that promote adventure, conservation, and ocean life through remarkable environmental documentaries.
After a serious mountain bike accident, Finnish freediver Johanna Nordblad discovers her love for cold water and the crystal-clear silence she finds under the ice. Follow her journey through this world beneath the surface that is both constricting and liberating at once.
This film follows legends Keahi De Aboitiz, Youri Zoon, and Bruna Kayija to one of the world’s best kiteboarding spots on the earth.
The Legacy shows us how quickly endangered species can recover if we give them the chance. This short film follows the pacific manta ray after it migrated to the Mexican archipelago in search of a new home.
Filmmaker Craig Leeson sets out to connect consumer behavior with ocean pollution and asks the question, what must we do to save our oceans?
The story of Hawaiian Clark Little, the once surfer turned photographer who captures some of the most famous and captivating photos of shorebreak in the world.
The story of surfing in Iceland against the North Atlantic winds.
Produced in Mexico, this film tells the story of a trip around the world that turned into a race. The main character, Carlin, becomes a fierce competitor for the prize when his crew of friends and family of inexperienced seamen and women set sail.
Find more information about film dates and information about the International Ocean Tour, check out their website.