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April 14, 2012
More than 40 movies recorded in different seas of the world are screened at the 36th International Cycle of Submarine Film at San Sebastian, held from 10 to 14 April, with particular attention to the sharks.
Festival director, Nano Cordovilla, accompanied by his predecessor, Francisco Pizarro, and the president of Oceanographic Foundation of Gipuzkoa, Vicente Zaragüeta, said this year has prepared the "broader agenda, varied and complete" its history. In total, the festival includes 42 documentaries from Spain, Australia, Japan, France, Italy, Germany, Belgium and the UK.
Zubikarai presented among sharks the poster of the 36th International Cycle of Submarine Film at San Sebastian:
Sharks, rays, snakes, jellyfish, turtles, sea lions, whales and penguins share the limelight in this cycle, which includes the world premiere of Bluesceen Thailandia (Valencia), a journey of 53 minutes through the recondite Andaman Sea in the living the unusual ghost pipefish.
Besides feature films, Cordovilla highlighted the high quality and "all surprises" that hold the shorts, including some real gems like the box of chocolates signed by Leandro Blanco and Oceans emotions in a poem recited in the water.
One of the last presentations of the cycle has been Seaway, a television series filmed in nature reserves and highly protected zones of the planet, which seeks to raise awareness for the beauty viewer from offering the least accessible seabed.
Its authors, canaries Monica Gonzalez and Daniel Rodriguez, met in thirteen chapters the work done between 2006 and 2010 in places like the island of Coiba, Panama, Papua New Guinea, the islands Fixed and Sidapán Tioman, Malaysia, the Australian coral Sea, Costa Rica, Yucatan, and Palau, Micronesia.