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Dolphins: The Lighter Side


Dolphins: The Lighter Side

( Terramar Productions )
Price per Unit (piece): $21.20


"Dolphins: The Lighter Side" is a product of five years of travel, research, and hard work. It contains some of the most beautiful underwater dolphin scenery imaginable, from four locations around the world, underscored by a variety of global music including the steel drums of the Caribbean, percussive beat of the Garifuna music from Central America, and the soft flutes and symbols of Japan. Bonus features contain a special "Through the Lens" look at each dramatic location as a whole, not just the dolphins and a special interview with Dr. Kathleen Dudzinski is also included. The director and founder of the Dolphin Communication Project, Dr. Dudzinski leads an international program for research, education, and dissemination of information to students of all ages. Watch a trailer.

A portion of the proceeds from this DVD helps support DCP's ongoing research throughout the world, and a portion will fund future projects by Terramar Productions.

 

Bridging the Ocean Divide


Bridging the Ocean Divide

( Terramar Productions )
Price per Unit (piece): $21.20


This video begins an exploration of cultural perspectives on ocean & dolphin conservation in the US and Japan with a look into history through early Japanese and American art. Our story begins with the event in history that linked the US and Japan forever. Years later, another bridge formed between two small communities – New Bedford, Massachusetts & Mikura Island, Japan – when the sailing ship The Viking grounded & wrecked on the shores of Mikura. The film continues the conservation story into the present day by featuring the dolphin communication research & educational outreach of Dr. Kathleen Dudzinski. Kathleen’s workshops for youth in Japan provide a window to the Japanese culture & their views on the oceans & marine life...

16 Fathoms Deep


16 Fathoms Deep

( Terramar Productions )
Price per Unit (piece): $19.08


A vintage Hollywood feature film from 1934 staring Lon Chaney as a young sponge fisherman who dreams of owning his own boat. Villians, a devious plot, love interests, and very early underwater cinematography make this a great early film.

 

 

Big Game Fishing


Big Game Fishing

( Terramar Productions )
Price per Unit (piece): $19.08


An early look at big game salt water fishing from around the world. Mexico, Cat Cay, The Bahamas, and the Pacific Ocean set the stage for these vintage action-packed stories. See the way it was over a half a century ago in the days of giants.