GWS is now playing in theatres in the US, Mexico, Canada and Kuwait, coming soon to Australia and France: check out current and upcoming releases here.
We are pleased to announce Bill Nighy as our narrator, recorded recently in London: final touches were made to the image at Fotokem in Los Angeles, and sound mixing completed in Toronto, with the award winning team of Mike Roberts and Brian Eimer.
We also have an important announcement regarding linkups with International Conservation organisations, Oceana, Wild Aid and, in the UK, Bite Back, read about it in our latest press release.
We’ve also uploaded our latest trailer.
GREAT WHITE SHARK is a new 2D and 3D experience from the makers of PULSE, WILD OCEAN and THE LAST REEF
Misrepresented, maligned and misunderstood, the Great White Shark is an iconic predator: the creature we love to fear… GWS will explore the Great White’s place in our imaginations, in our fears, and in the reality of its role at the top of the oceanic food chain…
Shot on location in South Africa, New Zealand, Mexico and California, the film looks to find the truth behind the mythic creature forever stigmatised by its portrayal in the world’s first blockbuster movie, JAWS.
Great whites pre-date the dinosaurs in evolutionary history, and have evolved to regulate their body temperature and give birth to live pups, much like mammals: yet we fail to look on them with the warmth we might afford land based carnivores such as lions, tigers and bears.
GWS aims to reveal the strength and beauty of these animals by looking through the eyes of those who have been touched by their shark encounters: Mike Rutzen, South African shark operator, who swims with Great Whites in the aptly named Shark Alley, Dr. Chris Lowe who has been tagging juvenile white sharks off the coast of Los Angeles, revealing more and more of their secret life, and two record breaking free-divers, Frederic Buyle and William Winram, who tag Great Whites by simply holding their breath and free diving with the sharks…