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Oceans, impressive new Disneynature movie

Disneynature Oceans
Shot at 50 different locations, it needed seven years to complete, including four years of photography, using a great team of adventurers and the latest high-tech camera equipment to capture state-of-the-art images. It is Disneynature's new movie Oceans.

Oceans spotlights on the sea animal world including odd deep sea creatures (the one on the picture is real, he is called an Asian Sheepshead), a swirling giant cuttlefish, enormous sea nettles and many other wonderful creatures who are on the verge of extinction. The film is narrated by Pierce Brosnan and directed by Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud, who have wowed us before with Winged Migration. It shares a world most of us will never see, and if we don't take care of it, none of our descendants ever will.

Disneynature is an independent French film label of The Walt Disney Company. The first film released under the new label was the American version of Earth.
Their logo is also really interesting: it's an iceberg at first glance but if you look closer, you will see that it resembles the Sleeping Beauty Castle, Disney's own logo.

Walt Disney considered the animal world to be filled with stories richer than any of his animated creature could ever have. Funny, sad, loving, everything in the animal world will move you more than you could imagine. Because of this he created the True-Life Adventures series, a collection of short subject documentaries. The series won numerous Academy Awards for the studio including five awards for Best Two Reel Live Action Short. It even inspired a daily panel comic strip that was distributed from 1955 to 1971.

Anyway, Oceans will make you feel great and horrible at the same time. But try to enjoy every moment of it and do something within your possibilties to help, ok? The first thing you can do is buy a ticket to see Oceans as Disneynation will make a donation to save the coral reef for every ticket sold in opening week.

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