Films

Since he was first “thrown overboard” by his father, Jacques Cousteau, at the age of seven with newly invented SCUBA gear on his back, Jean-Michel Cousteau has been mesmerized by the incredible life he’s seen under the surface of the sea.

The Ocean Futures Society team film Jean-Michel, Fabien and Céline Cousteau dwarfed by a Goliath Grouper during <em />America's Underwater Treasures. © Carrie Vonderhaar, Ocean Futures Society

The Ocean Futures Society team film Jean-Michel, Fabien and Céline Cousteau dwarfed by a Goliath Grouper during America's Underwater Treasures. © Carrie Vonderhaar, Ocean Futures Society

Jean-Michel Cousteau has been making films for a large portion of his life, following the footsteps of his father Jacques Cousteau who created the first underwater cameras, sharing with people around the globe the beauty, majesty, and fragility of the underwater world. Our primary sense is vision and films allow us to take people into the heart of the ocean, up-close and personal with humpback whales or hammerhead sharks, to polar bears and singing belugas, and more.

Jean-Michel and the Ocean Futures Society team have the privilege to share this underwater realm with people around the planet, hoping to inspire, educate and empower people to protect our water planet.

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American Samoa Culture &
Ocean Conservation Film Series
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SeaScope
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Secret Ocean 3D
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Swains Island
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My Father, The Captain
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Ocean Adventures Series