On Sunday, July 22, The Shark Riddle, a co-production between Sisbro Studios and The Save Our Seas Foundation, was announced as a finalist for Best Children’s Program at the BLUE Ocean Film Festival during a live Google+ Hangout event, featuring Dr. Sylvia Earl (Mission Blue, TED Prize winner and National Geographic Explorer in Residence), Jenifer Austin Foulkes (Business Product Manager, Google Earth & Maps) and Mark Shelley (Award-winning Filmmaker, Sea Studios Foundation).
BLUE is a high-energy, enlightening and entertaining 7-Day festival showcasing the world’s finest ocean films and award winning marine photography along with a filmmakers marketplace, science and conservation seminars, international policy discussions and a robust ocean media industry conference. The winners will be announced during the event, which takes place September 24 -30, 2012 in Monterey, California. During the event, filmmaker James Cameron will be honored with the Award for Lifetime Achievement in Ocean Filmmaking at BLUE Ocean Film Festival’s Legacy Awards Dinner.
The Shark Riddle has previously won Best Children’s Program at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival (Jackson, WY) and at the International Wildlife Film Festival (Missoula, MT).