“Dreaming about the Ocean can be wonderful.
Discovering it is like nothing you know.”
Director and writer: Eréndira Valle
A journey over and about the sea that portrays the diversity and charm of the seas Mexican northwest. A team of filmmakers from the city and divers sail several weeks on a ship, The Sandman, to find the unknown: overwhelmingly enormous and friendly beings; waters thriving with life, beauty and motion in the natural reservations of the Gulf of California and the Pacific, unique in the world.
Back in the metropolis, the natural link between the people in the cities and the sea is proved, while reflecting this connection’s ethereal and intangible quality, by means of subtle audiovisual metaphors that will captivate the spectator.
Azul Intangible (2013)
Intangible Blue (Azul intangible) is a road movie over and about the ocean, which portrays the diversity and charm of Mexico’s northwestern seas. The journey starts in Mexico City and plays out in the waters and depths of the Gulf of California and the Pacific. A film crew sails several weeks on a ship, The Sandman, taking on an expedition to get to know the life in these waters. Immersing in this journey will reveal the unknown: overwhelmingly enormous and friendly beings, waters thriving with life, beauty and motion. A female voice is our guide to an underwater world full of sea titans and fantastic ecosystems. Throughout this trip we will encounter sperm whales, humpback whales, giant rays, dolphins, underwater forests, and more. Back in Mexico City, the interaction between this marine treasure and the people that live in the cities can be seen through a new perspective. This documentary unveils the ethereal and intangible quality of the sea, as well as the importance of taking steps to preserve these waters, starting now and even from distant cities. The unexpected ending offers subtle audiovisual metaphors that will captivate the viewer.
– Written by Erendira Valle
Categories: Ocean STORIES