Origin of author: Singapore.
Place of recording: Indonesia.
Length: 4 minutes.
"Raja Ampat: Sea of Hope" is an exciting short film that transports us to a remote and magical corner of our planet, the archipelago of Raja Ampat. Here, in the heart of the Indian Ocean, the film unveils the wonder of the last paradise on Earth, where endangered creatures find a sanctuary to thrive, nurturing hope for a brighter future for the world's biodiversity.
Through captivating cinematography and moving narrative, "Raja Ampat: Sea of Hope" immerses us in the crystal clear waters and coral reefs of Raja Ampat. These reefs, true jewels of the ocean, teem with life and colour, serving as home to majestic manta rays, shy whale sharks and a multitude of unique species that reveal a dazzling and enigmatic underwater world.
"Raja Ampat: Sea of Hope" is a reminder that hope for a better future for endangered creatures and our precious planet is within our grasp. This short film invites us to explore, appreciate and conserve the magnificent biodiversity of Raja Ampat, inspiring us to join in the mission to care for and preserve our last corner of hope on Earth.