Origin of author: Chile.
Place of recording: Indonesia.
Length: 10 minutes.
Award: BRONZE. Award for the third best short film of the festival.
"Underwater Komodo", directed by Juan Francisco Rodríguez in Chile, is a captivating short film that takes us on an immersive and inspiring journey into the hidden depths of Indonesia's Komodo National Park. This short documentary, divided into three chapters, reveals a world of breathtaking beauty and amazing marine life that few have the opportunity to experience up close.
The film immerses us in the diverse ecosystems and interconnectedness of Komodo's underwater kingdom. Through extraordinary cinematography, it reveals the richness and diversity of marine life, from majestic ocean creatures to the tiniest and most colourful fauna. The chapters take us on a journey to explore the wonders of the coral reefs, the mysterious seabed and the fascinating biodiversity that inhabits this corner of the world.
However, "Underwater Komodo" not only delights us visually, but also awakens us to the fragility of our natural world. Through a moving narrative and gripping visual storytelling, the short film invites us to appreciate, protect and preserve these extraordinary ecosystems for generations to come.
The film reminds us that we are guardians of these natural treasures and that it is our responsibility to ensure their survival. It urges us to reflect on the importance of maintaining these unique marine habitats and to take concrete steps to protect them.
"Underwater Komodo" is an invitation to fall in love with the beauty of the underwater world and to commit ourselves to care for and preserve this fragile balance. Through this unforgettable underwater journey, it immerses us in a world of wonder, reminding us that we must act in harmony with nature to ensure a sustainable future for all.