JUNE 19 - 20

The One Ocean Film Tour presented by Hydro Flask, is a world-class series of ocean-loving films focused on adventure, the aquatic environment and inspirational stories. This year’s tour features 8 short films including ocean conservation, surfing, diving, exploration and much much more.

Now in its second year, One Ocean has the vision to increase awareness about ocean protection and conservation by sharing films made by people who have dedicated their lives to the ocean and all her glory. All screenings are official registered events with World Ocean Day.

Get your tickets now to celebrate World Ocean Day with us!

The One Ocean Film Tour is proudly presented in North America by Hydro Flask. The tour is also supported by Honu and presented in partnership with our community partners Sea Shepherd, Conservation International and Plastic Oceans.

Here are some of the films included:

Eating Up Easter- Easter Island fights plastic pollution
The Last Vaquita- UK artists create images and art to support Sea Shepherd missions
Corona Dolphins of Egypt- Coronavirus is GOOD for the comeback of this species
A Boy's Journey- 11 year old Bobo Gallagher foils across the Alenuihaha Channel
Murder at Sea- True crime meets ocean activism on the high seas
Whales in a Changing Ocean- Antarctic whales adapt to climate change

About World Ocean Day:

World Ocean Day is an annual global event that provides a unique opportunity for organizations to get involved in their own special ways to honor and celebrate our shared ocean that connects us all! By uniting together, and with a special emphasis on engaging and connecting youth, we can significantly increase awareness and action, and the political will needed to create a healthier ocean and a better future. No matter if we live on the coast or far inland, we all need a healthy ocean to survive and thrive. The ocean generates most of the oxygen we breathe, helps feed us, cleans the water we drink, and regulates our climate. And by protecting our ocean, we also protect our climate, and our future.


To reserve a virtual ticket to watch this film starting June 8th and to support the JPT





120 min