Last spring, CEI interns, Brendan Talwar and Ian Rossiter, created a short film about the endangerment of sharks to share with the public at the Governor's Harbour Agricultural Expo. They used a unique method of film making called stop motion, which requires taking thousands and photos and stringing them together to create motion. The result of their efforts was incredibly impressive--so much so that it caught the attention of famous French underwater videographer (and former member of Jacque Cousteau's prestigious dive team), Didier Noirot during his visit to the Cape Eleuthera Institute in April. Didier helped Brendan and Ian perfect the film and encouraged them to submit the film to a festival. This summer, their short film was chosen as a finalist in the 2012 BLUE Ocean Film Festival in the Animated category. Brendan and Ian will be attending the festival along with Edd Brooks, CEI's shark project manager, September 24-30 in Monterey, CA. Below is the trailer for their film, "The Story of Sharks". Good luck to Brendan and Ian! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3i7DE7Q-yxA