about the film

Blue is a feature documentary film charting the drastic decline in the health of our oceans. With more than half of all marine life lost and the expansion of the industrialization of the seas, the film sets out the challenges we are facing and the opportunities for positive change. 


hosting a screening

Hosting a screening is great way to reach out to your community and spread the film's important message the way you want.

To host a public screening you will need to purchase a screening license. Public screenings include screenings in hotels, pubs, clubs, restaurants, cafes, as well as non-profit organisation such as a club, church, sporting organisation or school wanting to screen the film as a fundraiser or group activity. 

extra resources

We want your screening to be a success! Check out our free screening materials.

Need Subtitles?

We have a small selection of subtitles available. Just add to your cart before check out.


Other Materials

Download our 'How to Host a Screening Guide' and other free resources like posters, press kits and galleries of images.

BLUE Resources

Teaching Resources

Our education partners at Cool Australia have created over 60 FREE to access teaching resources, from early learning to Year 10.

Cool Australia


Scroll across to read some of the nice things people are saying about BLUE.

BLUE is a cinematic song for our oceans; beautiful, intimate and grand. Fearlessly truth-telling, yet passionately hopeful. See this film and you will want to rise up with the waves.

Greenpeace Australia

If you care about the future of this planet, watch this film with your friends and family. Mourn what we’ve lost, celebrate and defend what we still have, and be a part of the change that will be needed to secure our future together as a species.

Tim Winton, Author and Patron of the Australian Marine Conservation Society

Humans are air breathing, terrestrial animals for whom seventy percent of the planet is marine and a mystery.  Yet in the Anthropocene, we are having an astonishing global impact, depleting life and plasticizing the seas and all life forms on Earth.  This searing documentary should open all eyes to what is happening to the biosphere.  

David Suzuki

The reaction to Blue is testament to the film’s skill and artistry in telling beautiful stories of the ocean, the people who depend on it, and the threats it is facing.  Its truly global approach means this film resonates with audiences everywhere, now and long into the future.  In addition the ongoing events around screenings of this film have been invaluable in raising awareness not just of the problems the oceans are facing, but also in inspiring people everywhere to take action to protect our oceans for future generations.

Will McCallum, Head of Oceans, Greenpeace UK