Ocean Recovery Alliance

Hong Kong - San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival 2014

Call for Ocean Films, Short or Long 

The 4th annual HK-SF Int'l Ocean Film Festival will be held in April 2015.   Entries are open for submission if you are interested to have your ocean related film screened at this event.  Preference will be given to short films which are under 15min in length, and also from the Asia Pacific region.  Longer films will also be considered.   Please send a brief synopsis of the film, film length, two images, and a trailer or link to us at info@oceanrecov.org by January 10, 2015.  

 Wall Street Journal Live on the HK-SF Int'l Ocean Film Festival 2014, ocean proteciton, and a film by Lego Ho on Hoi Ha Wan.  


HK-SF Int'l Ocean Film Fest Trailer 2014

 

Award winning film's from the 2014 San Francisco Int'l Ocean Film Festival included:

  • Short animation: Ain't No Fish (USA/UK) – Winner of the Directors Award at the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival
  • Adventure film: Defeating Oceans Seven (Austria) – Winner of the Adventure Award at the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival
  • Short animation: Losing Nemo (Netherlands) – Winner of the Animation Award at the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival
  • Short documentary: The Sunnydale Kids (USA) – Winner of the Golden Gate Award at the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival
  • Short film: The Whale Story (USA) – Winner of the Short Film Award at the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival

Other films included Blackfish, Planet Ocean and many more.  

We hope you were able to see the Ocean Art Walk in Stanley this year, put together by our great partner, the Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation who created a series of outdoor sculptures, exhibits and dances at the Stanley Waterfront, with the them of "The Ocean and You"  The exhibit was displayed for four weeks, from April 12th - May 4th.    

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