Swiss Premiere Of Omega Movie ‘planet Ocean’

Since 2011, Omega has been working with the GoodPlanet Foundation to increase public awareness of the ocean and share its dedication to sustainable development.
On May 15, 2013, Omega celebrated the premiere of Planet Ocean in Switzerland. This landmark new environmental documentary was directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand and Michael Pitiot. This 90-minute documentary brings together the support and participation of many world-renowned aerial and underwater photographers, oceanographers, and biologists. It spans more than 20 countries and presents viewers with coverage of the earth’s surface from different angles, such as bird’s eye and underwater At the same time, let the audience understand the challenges facing the marine ecosystem we depend on. The purpose is to change the world’s view of the ocean through this film, and understand that everyone on the planet should share the responsibility of respecting nature and maintaining the ocean. The film premiered during the Rio + 20 Earth Summit 2012 in Rio de Janeiro in June 2012.

The ‘Planet Ocean’ exhibition at the Cité du Temps in Geneva will be screened until June 9, 2013

World-renowned environmental activist and filmmaker Yann Arthus-Bertrand commented on his collaboration with Omega: ‘When Omega invited me to make’ Planet Ocean ‘, I immediately accepted it; it was time for us to face the problem and discuss And condemns all threats to the ocean and the planet. The purpose of this documentary is not to preach, but to raise public awareness. ‘
Since the launch of the first diving watch in 1932, Omega has forged a deep bond with the ocean. In addition to constantly breaking through the innovative diving watch technology, Omega deeply understands that human sustainability should coexist with the conservation of the earth. To further arouse people’s attention to marine conservation, it is an honor to invite the well-known French environmentalist, photographer and director Yann Arthus-Bertrand and his non-profit organization GoodPlanet (Beautiful Homeland) Foundation to produce a book on the beauty of the oceans and the earth. Video to support and convey the concept of marine conservation.
Source: Omega