Acid Ocean

Scientists unlock the secrets of ocean acidification, one of the biggest environmental challenges facing our planet.

One remote reef may hold the key. From icy polar seas to pristine coral reefs, ACID OCEAN tracks the latest in marine scientific research and meets an Australian scientist who has made a game-changing discovery.

Nestled among Papua New Guinea’s stunning coral gardens, coral ecologist Dr Fabricius has found a unique reef, which opens a window to the future of our oceans.

Director: Sally Ingleton

Sally Ingleton is founder and CEO in her own Company 360 Degree Films in Melbourne. She is one of the most successful producers of science and nature documentaries in Australia and produces films for more than 20 years now. Specialising in science, nature, arts, history and social issues Sally has made programs for BBC, Channel 4, Discovery Channel, National Geographic, ABCTV, SBSTV, Arte France and NHK. Her films have been broadcasted worldwide and have been awarded prizes at numerous international film festivals.

2013
52 Min.
Englisch
12
Director: Sally Ingleton
Author:
Camera: Simon Enderby, Peter Zakharov
Editing: Uri Mizrahi, Simon Wright
Music: Dale Cornelius
Speaker: Jeremy Stanford
Editor: NOVA WGBH Boston, ARTE, SVT, ZDF, SBS
Awards: Best Ecology and Science Film 2016
Nominations: Best Ecology and Science Film 2016