Humans know plenty about mountains and lowlands. We have studied the Earth, catalogued its diversity and exploited its riches. But curiously, the oceans remain almost unexplored, yet they cover three quarters of the planet.Thanks to data gathered on major ocean expeditions, a new view of the marine world is emerging. This great human and scientific adventure also raises a host of questions:

How do the great ocean currents really work?

What drives this enormous conveyor belt? What hazards can cause it to break down?

And what are the effects of this gigantic intermingling of water and organisms on the Earth’s climate and the future of humanity?

Productions Nova Media


Narrator of the documentary demo produced for the MIPDOC market.