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From The Wild Sea: A network of marine wildlife rescue volunteers works tirelessly to save marine animals from the threats wrought by the human world, from oil, plastic and escalating winter storms.

A European network of marine animal rescue volunteers work night and day, year-round to rescue coastal wildlife from life-threatening elements; oil, plastic and escalating gales. As climate change fuels violent weather across the seas, the winter storms are coming at them with an unprecedented roar. Simultaneously, wild animals are struggling with their human surroundings. From The Wild Sea is a documentary about the collision of humans and nature, a disturbing and fascinating journey into the emerging Anthropocene Era, seen from both the human and animal perspectives. As humans attempt to rescue marine creatures, each individual animal looks back at us with inquisitive eyes.

Awards l 71st Berlinale Nominated in the Generation competition l CPH:DOX Nominated for the Politiken: Danish: DOX Award

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  • Year
  • Runtime
    78 mins
  • Language
    English, Dutch w/ English subtitles
  • Country
  • Director
    Robin Petré
  • Producer
    Malene Flindt Pedersen
  • Filmmaker
    Robin Petré
  • Cinematographer
    María Grazia Goya, Robin Petré
  • Editor
    Charlotte Munch Bengtsen
  • Sound Design
    Thomas Pape