Have A View San Diego, From Under The Sea!
So, you think you’re a townie? You know every nook and cranny of our sweet city and its hoods?
Well, allow us to give you a fresh, new view of San Diego – from under the sea!
All you have to do to catch this new twist of SD, is snag you some tix ($20) and show up to the San Diego Undersea Film Exhibition (SDUFEX) going down at the Irwin M. Jacobs Qualcomm Hall, Friday, October 6th and Saturday, October 7th!
This is the 18th annual SDUFEX and one of the most prestigious underwater film festivals worldwide. As an incorporated nonprofit organization, a portion of proceeds from the event will go to local ocean-related environmental groups.
Friday October 6th, 7 PM
Water Quotes by Leandro Blanco
La Palma Isla Azul by Alfonso Montes de oca Acosta
The Snake Eel and Squat Lobsters by Kay Burn Lim
The Pale Horse – Coral Apocalypse by Claudia Schmitt
The Significant Others by Anita and Guy Chaumette
Edge of the Sea by Shawn Mahoney
Stay With Us Part II by Dustin Adamson
Dolphin Dreams Short by Chisa Hidaka
RIP Ras il Hobs by Roy Davidson
Mercy, Love, and Grace, The Story of Force Blue by Jim Hellemn
Cabo de Palos, Balcony to the Mediterranean by Ricardo Morer
Raja Ampat – Indonesia’s Great Diving Adventure by Claudia Schmitt
Cabo Pulmo Marine Protected Area by Bill Macdonald
Good Planet 2016 by Ron Lagerlof
Voting Best of Show
Saturday October 7th, 7 PM
Oceanic Aliens by Mike Johnson
I am Morgan: Stolen Freedom by Jeremie Collado
Barry the Blobfish by Marleia Alfaro
DESIRE by Vanessa Cara-Kerr
Florida Simply Paradise by Diane Randolph
Paradise Found: Journey to the Red Sea by Lee Burghard
Komodo and Beyond by Julie Oimet
The Legacy by Erick Higuera
Reflections of an Underwater Cameraman by Ken O’Sullivan
When You’re Gone by Leandro Blanco
Four Times the Philippines by Howard Hall
Maldives by Kay Burn Lim
Tubbataha, a National Treasure by Don Falsario II
Mobula Rays of Espiritu Santo by Elke Specker
El Nino, A Shifting Normal by Kyle McBurnie
Voting Best of Show
Thanks you to the judges: Bret Gilliam, Amanda Cotton, Bob Gladden, Jay Ireland and Gerogienne Bradley!