Origin of author: Austria.
Place of recording: Indonesia.
Length: 10 minutes.
Award: GOLD. OCEANIC Award for the best short film of the festival.
"Indonesia Blue" is a 10-minute short film created by the passionate Austrian author, Fabian Guggenberger. This short film transports us to the mysterious waters of Indonesia, where Fabian has traveled and explored for years to document the extraordinary marine life of the region.
The film combines a selection of videos of marine life captured by Fabian on his underwater adventures with an authentic and entertaining story. Driven by his passion, fascination and desire to discover, Fabian takes us on a unique journey through the Indonesian archipelago, where he has documented some of the rarest and most amazing ocean creatures. Among them are the legendary fringed wobbegong shark, the mimetic octopus and the warty frogfish.
"Indonesia Blue" is more than just a marine life documentary; it is an invitation to discover and appreciate the evolutionary wonders of our blue planet. The short film is a tribute to the diversity and beauty of the underwater world and seeks to raise awareness of the importance of conserving these unique ecosystems. It also received the prestigious OCEANIC Award for the best short film of the festival in the form of a GOLD rail, recognizing its outstanding work in documenting and promoting marine life.