Mexico Pelagico 2
Filming and exploring the Mexican open ocean in search of unique wonders and solutions to threats
A project to film and photograph unique open ocean marine life spectacles in Mexico, learn about the threats to specific locations/species and apply the knowledge we have to replace fishing with sustainable tourism. We have no script, just a series of places and species we wish to cover. The idea is to film for 3-4 years before entering post production phase of the documentary. This project will be the sequel of the award winning documentary: Mexico Pelagico.
Next filming locations
Sharks in Paradise (Tulum, Mexico) - February 2016
Bull Sharks of the Pacific (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico) - May 2016
Cetacean Obsession (Sea of Cortez, Mexico) - August 2016
Mobula Night (Sea of Cortez, Mexico) - September 2016
Red Devils (Sea of Cortez, Mexico) - To be determine
Manta Valley (Cancun, Mexico) - To be determined
Kelp, Sharks & Tuna (Baja, Mexico) - To be determined
Alijos Rocks (Baja, Mexico) - To be determined
Wind & Sardines (Oaxaca, Mexico) - To be determined
Lost Cay (Alacranes, Mexico) - To be determined
Want to be a part of the film project?
If you wish to join an expedition and be a part of the documentary film please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us why you should come and if you are willing to donate anything in return for the invitation. The cost of the expeditions will be divided equally among all members of the expeditions, usually around 6-8. If there only a few places left, preference will be giving to those who are willing to donate something to the film or the organization.
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