Transparentsea Voyage Launches Film Debut Across the Pacific

Saltwater Collective's new film focuses attention on coastal environmental issues.

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“A beautiful and inspirational film, can't wait for the soundtrack!” – Common Ground

Byron Bay, Australia (PRWEB) March 28, 2014

Saltwater Collective, in association with Surfers for Cetaceans, is proud to announce the world premier of “The Transparentsea Voyage” screened to a sold out audience in the heart of the ocean conservation territory, Byron Bay Australia, March 23rd 2014. This benefit screening in support of Surfers for Cetaceans was kicked off by a live musical performance by The Band of Frequencies and special guest, professional surfer, Dave Rastovich. Those in attendance also got a chance to participate in a Q and A with the cast and crew about the social and environmental issues raised in the film.

The documentary highlights the efforts of a group of gifted athletes, musicians, celebrities and artists on a campaign aimed at focusing attention on coastal environmental issues. Experience the voyage from start to finish as the crew traced the southern migration of the California Grey & Blue Whale from Santa Barbara to San Diego in five sailing kayaks. The journey unfolds through the creation of song, as this “behind the music” look at focused activism reveals how an eclectic group of individuals makes a heartfelt connection to the California coastline through creativity and education.

"The passion and creative prowess I witnessed from the characters in this film were quite inspiring says Producer/Director, Justin Krumb. Telling their story has become my own passion as I feel a responsibility to show the world how special and talented these individuals are. These benefit screenings and festival premiers are a great way to do that."

With the film’s world premier leg of the voyage complete, the crew now travels the length of the pacific for the North American Premier at AmDocs, The American Documentary Film Festival, Saturday March 29th at 4:30pm at Camelot Theatres (2300 E. Baristo Road, Palm Springs, CA 92262)

Tickets are available at http://www.showclix.com/event/3814011

Starring: Dave Rastovich, Shannon “Sol” Carroll, Oj Newcomb and Howie Cooke with special appearances by Angus Stone, Isabel Lucas, Chris Del Moro, Lauren Hill, Hayden Panettiere, Will Conner, Catherine Clarke, Rusty Miller and Al Hicks.

The filmmakers have created a successful and loyal following through the film’s social media sites, including
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/transparentseavoyagemovie    
Film’s website http://www.transparentseamovie.com
Download the soundtrack http://transparentseavoyage.bandcamp.com

EPK available here: http://transparentseamovie.com/media.php
For further inquiries, please contact: Justin Krumb info(at)saltwatercollective(dot)com

The Saltwater Collective is a group of award-winning artists, filmmakers, designers and athletes that are committed to creating awareness—through thoughtful, entertaining documentaries and various media—of the imperiled state of the world’s oceans and cultures. At the same time we seek to explore and highlight possible solutions. We view each project as a singular event, transmitting its unique message and feel.

Surfers for Cetaceans is committed to activating ocean-minded people everywhere to support the conservation and protection of whales, dolphins and marine life. It's through compassion, awareness, education, media and dedicated interventions that we will accomplish this goal. We seek to be a human voice for and defender of cetaceans worldwide. http://www.s4cglobal.org


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Band of Frequencies jamming day 19 Transparentsea Voyage