Release Date: January 5th, 2003
DVD Release Date: January 6th, 2004
Not Yet Rated|45 min
Director Greg MacGillivray, a documentary filmmaker whose specialty is the natural world, turns his camera on the South Pacific's beautiful but potentially endangered coral reefs. Backed by narration from Liam Neeson and music by Crosby, Stills and Nash, MacGillivray's film focuses on the the underwater work of a husband-and-wife duo. As they survey the waters near Australia, Tahiti and Fiji, Howard and Michele Hall explain what must be done to preserve the reefs.
Director: Greg MacGillivray
Production Co: The Orlando Science Center, Maryland Science Center, Baltimore, Louisville Science Center, National Science Foundation, Reuben H. Fleet Science Center, Carnegie Science Center, Pittsburgh, Blake and Associates, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Science Musuem of Virginia, Richmond, National Wildlife Federation, Museum Film Network, Discovery Place, Charlotte, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, American Museum of Natural History, MacGillivray Freeman Films