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This Thursday, Disneynature’s film ‘Oceans’ graces the big screen on Earth Day, April 22, 2010! Directors Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud dive deep into the very waters that sustain all of mankind in this earth friendly, family-friendly film. Via the latest underwater technologies ‘Oceans’ offers families around the globe spectacular never-before-seen imagery allowing us all to explore the harsh reality and the amazing creatures that live within the depths of the deep blue. Beyond sheer entertainment and great narration by Pierce Brosnan there’s another good reason to plan on seeing ‘Oceans’ opening week — your ticket purchase will help support ocean conservation. Learn more after the jump!
In honor of each individual who sees ‘Oceans’ during opening week (April 22-28, 2010) the Disneynature “See ‘Oceans,’ Save Oceans” initiative will make a contribution to The Nature Conservancy in order to help save coral reefs. Disneynature has also released a couple of fun, activity based educational guides which can help parents and teachers support kids’ natural curiosity about geography and science with regard to the world’s oceans. The 8 page educational guide for parents and kids, along with the 42 page educator’s guide are both available for FREE at the Disneynature’s Oceans website. This is a spectacular Earth Day activity, so gather up the family and plan on seeing Disneynature’s Oceans this week!