Oceans for Pathi is a new nature film based on revolutionary techniques that allowed enjoying the secrets of the oceans as never before.
Thanks to remote-controlled mini helicopters and hydrodynamic cameras, the film reached the goal of ‘catching’ the ocean's most intimate events. For this purpose the crew worked in 50 different locations and filmed 80 marine species, from crabs to whales.
It took four years, 500 hours of footage and £45 million to be produced but the result must be amazing!
The film will be out for general release by the end of January 2010.
Photo by Barcroft Media: an example of how some whale footage was obtained.
More information in the DailyMail article