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Writers (WGA):
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Release Date:
14 February 2003 (USA) See more »
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2 wins & 1 nomination See more »
User Reviews:
"A great environmental documentary" See more (8 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Liam Neeson ... Narrator (voice)
Howard Hall ... Himself
Michele Hall ... Herself

Jean-Michel Cousteau ... Himself
Rusi Vulakoro ... Himself
Richard Pyle ... Himself
Tracey Medway ... Herself
Maria Joao Rodriguez ... Herself
Rob Barrel ... Himself
Cat Holloway ... Herself
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Directed by
Greg MacGillivray 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Jack Stephens (narration)

Osha Gray Davidson (written by) and
Stephen Judson (written by)

Produced by
Alec Lorimore .... producer
Greg MacGillivray .... producer
Christopher N. Palmer .... executive producer (as Christopher Palmer)
Chat Reynders .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Bob Brozman 
Brent Lewis 
Steve Wood 
 
Cinematography by
Brad Ohlund (topside)
 
Film Editing by
Stephen Judson 
 
Production Management
Cris Andrei .... production manager
Teresa Ferreira .... production manager
Michele Hall .... production manager
Anne Marie Hammers .... production manager
 
Sound Department
Robert Carr .... sound recordist
Patrick Cusack .... editorial assistant: Soundstorm
Andrew DeCristofaro .... supervising sound editor
David Esparza .... sound effects editor
Marshall Garlington .... sound mixer
Amy Hammer .... mix facility coordinator
Laura Macias .... foley artist
Nancy Nugent .... foley editor
Stephen P. Robinson .... sound effects editor (as Steve Robinson)
Bob Stewart .... dialog editor: Stewart Sound Factory
Ken Teaney .... sound mixer
David Abrahamsen .... sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Paulina B. Abarca .... visual effects producer: BBFXA
Renaud Bergeron .... digital artist
Lisa Slates Connors .... map sequences design & animation: Hellikon/BBFXA
Matt Davis .... Spydercam rigger technician
Tim Drnec .... spydercam coordinator/rigging
Steve Emerson .... digital compositor
Patrick Faille .... digital artist
Olivier Goulet .... digital artist
François Lambert .... lead digital compositor
Charles Marchand .... digital effects artist
Simon Marinof .... digital artist
Mario Rachiele .... visual effects supervisor
Daniel Rapo .... scanning & film recording
Craig Edward Rogers Jr. .... digital scanning
Craig Edward Rogers Jr. .... film recording
Ari Rubenstein .... digital compositor: Curv Studios
Luc Sanfaçon .... digital artist
Christina Schmidlin .... map sequences design & animation: Hellikon/BBFXA
Todd Semmes .... aerial effects
Earl Wiggins .... aerial rigging coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Betty Amolgy .... underwater assistant camera
John Anderson .... assistant camera: topside
Mark Conlin .... underwater assistant camera
Bob Cranston .... underwater camera operator
Damian Doucette .... rigger: Spydercam
Steven Ford .... assistant camera: topside
Dave Forsythe .... underwater assistant camera
Pat Gilluly .... gaffer
Ron Goodman .... aerial photographer
Howard Hall .... underwater cinematographer
Mike Kirsch .... assistant camera
Peter Kragh .... underwater assistant camera
Bill MacLeod .... grip
Lance Milbrand .... underwater assistant camera
Mark Thurlow .... underwater assistant camera
 
Editorial Department
Mel Bucholz .... post-production consultant: David Keighley Productions 70mm Inc.
Charlie Fuguet .... post-production consultant: DKP 70MM Inc.
Kana Goto .... assistant editor
Courteney Hall .... assistant editor
Ralph Milliken .... post-production consultant: David Keighley Productions 70mm Inc.
Matthew Muller .... post-production coordinator
German Nuñez .... negative cutter
Nancy Paweski .... negative cutter
Scott Price .... post-production consultant: David Keighley Productions 70mm Inc.
Robert Walker .... associate editor
Ron Wengler .... color timer
 
Music Department
Bob Brozman .... musician: guitar
Crosby Stills & Nash .... music performers
Fiji Cultural Group 2002 .... music performers
Wame Waqanisanini .... translator: song lyrics
 
Other crew
Gerald R. Allen .... science advisory panel: Conservation International and the Western Australian Museum (as Gerald R. Allen Ph.D.)
Richard Aronson .... science advisory panel: Dauphin Island Sea Lab, Alabama (as Richard Aronson Ph.D.)
John Dunham .... pilot: ultralight plane
Janna Emmel .... researcher
Cliff Fleming .... pilot
James W. Gavin .... pilot (as Jim Gavin)
Howard Hall .... underwater second unit director
John Heiney .... flight consultant
John Heiney .... glider pilot
Giséle Muller-Parker .... science advisory panel: Western Washington University (as Giséle Muller-Parker Ph.D.)
Brad Ohlund .... secund unit director: topside
Richard Pyle .... science advisory panel: Bishop Museum, Honolulu (as Richard Pyle Ph.D.)
Kaeran Sudmalis .... production assistant
Jack Tankard .... aerial consultant
 
Thanks
Bruce Carlson .... special thanks: director of Waikiki Aquarium (as Dr. Bruce Carlson)
Yves Lefevre .... special thanks: Raie Manta Club
Richard Walter .... special thanks
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"MacGillivray Freeman's Coral Reef Adventure" - USA (complete title)
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USA:45 min
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Five new species of fish were discovered during filming.See more »

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4 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
"A great environmental documentary", 22 April 2004
Author: simon-trek from Sydney, Australia

This film gives a beautiful display of how wondrous and beautiful the worlds

coral reefs are. It also shows how the worlds coral reefs are dying. The reefs are dying for a number of reasons. 1. Over fishing, because fish eat the alga that grows over the coral, and will engulf the coral if there are no fish to eat it. 2. is because of global warming. If the ocean gets too warm the will not be able to withstand the warmth and will gradually die out. 3. Is because of pollution. The pollution can come from a number places. It could come from sewerage

dumped into the sea, it could from rivers that have turned muddy because of

tree logging. Also the removal of mangrove trees, because mangrove trees help to consume the pollution and prevent it from reaching the sea.

This film shows not only the Great Barrier Reef, it also takes you the coral reefs of tropical island such as Fiji Tahiti and Bora Bora. For some of the Fijian

people, the reefs provide much more than just a beautiful paradise they also

provide food because of all the sea creatures that live there. So if the reefs were to die, many Fijians could starve.

So the basic morals this film teaches is how beautiful and important the worlds coral reefs are and that they could all die in the next three decades unless we do something about it.

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