OceanWorld 3D (film)

OceanWorld 3D (film) Through the viewpoint of a sea turtle, viewers voyage to kelp forests off California, Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, Mexico’s Roca Partida Island, and Argentina’s Peninsula Valdez encountering intriguing sea life—such as sharks, dolphins, lion fish, manta rays. Directed by Jean-Jacques Mantello. Produced by London’s 3d Entertainment and originally released in France on August 26, 2009; Disneynature is handling the U.S. and Mexican release. It took seven years, and 200 hours of footage, to produce this first feature-length nature documentary filmed and released entirely in 3D.