Director: George Greenough
George Greenough has been called the most forward-thinking ocean-immersive motion picture photographer of the last few decades. Dolphin Glide is his newest work and is the culmination of his latest innovation: an underwater camera rig designed to 'swim with the dolphins'. As with his previous works (such as the cult classic The Innermost Limits of Pure Fun), Dolphin Glide is a hypnotic trip below the waves to experience what we could never experience first-hand. Beautifully shot and constructed, it is a glimpse of the lives of dolphins that only an innovator like Greenough could capture.
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