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 At VFOF, our goal is to inspire and stimulate our audience to explore, and get excited about their relationship with the ocean by bringing together local and international filmmakers and presenters in a multimedia event and film competition.

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The Last Ocean WINS!!

We are very excited to announce that the winner of the 2014 Vancouver Festival of Ocean Films grand prize is “The Last Ocean”!

One Ocean Expeditions, a founding sponsor of the Vancouver Festival of Ocean Films,  has generously donated our amazing grand prize each year. As the winning film, “The Last Ocean” has won a 10 day cruise for two to Antarctica with One Ocean! Truly incredible!

To get a glimpse of the grand prize, click here

We congratulate and honour the “The Last Ocean”, for their dedication to conserving our world’s oceans and their inspirational work!

Winner of “Best Feature” at the Reel Earth Environmental Film Festival and touted by critics as spectacular, urgent, absorbing and glorious, “The Last Ocean” transports audiences to the Ross Sea in Antarctica and documents a desperate struggle to save one of the last pristine environments from industrial fishing. Californian ecologist David Ainley has been travelling to the Ross Sea to study this unique ecosystem for more than thirty years. He has written scientific papers describing it as a “living laboratory”. Largely untouched by humans, it is one of the last places where the delicate balance of nature still exists. But an international fishing fleet has found its way to the Ross Sea. It is targeting the Antarctic Toothfish, sold around the world in upmarket restaurants as Chilean Sea Bass.

To purchase tickets to this incredible screening on June 5th, and to join One Ocean‘s Managing Director Andrew Prossin, Adventure Photographer Daisy Gilardini and renowned landscape artist David McEown at the show, click here.

For more on the film, visit their website to view the trailer, click here


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