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The Patterns of the Ocean

The Patterns of the Ocean

In their first full-length documentary, The Jetlagged accompany manta ray researcher Elitza Germanov (Marine Megafauna Foundation) on a field trip in Komodo in Indonesia. Manta ray numbers are declining because their gills have recently become a dubious trend in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Numerous conservation efforts are taking place to protect the gentle ocean giants, including “Citizen Science” projects to identify individuals by their unique spot patterns on their bellies. The filmmakers document the efforts of scientists and conservationists in Indonesia like Elitza Germanov and Sarah Lewis (Indonesian Manta Project/Manta Trust), who are working tirelessly to save these beautiful animals from extinction.
WORLD PREMIERE: March 11th, International Ocean Film Festival San Francisco
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The Pale Horse - Coral Apocalypse

Climate Change - A Coral Apocalypse

Our world climate is changing, and the oceans are getting warmer. Coral bleaching is caused by high water temperatures and is one of the major threats to existing coral reefs. Losing reefs would have grave consequences for the marine biodiversity and a widespread cascade effect on other ecosystems – on land as well.

In 2016, The Jetlagged documented healthy reefs they have dived for years fading to white and die. The film The Pale Horse - A Coral Apocalypse explains why this is happening – and appeals: we still have time to save the reefs – if we change the way we treat our plant.
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The Patterns of the Ocean

The Patterns of the Ocean
In our latest documentary, we accompany manta ray researchers in Indonesia. Manta ray numbers are declining because of a dubious trend in Traditional Chinese Medicine. The filmmakers document the efforts of scientists and conservationists in Indonesia working tirelessly to save these beautiful animals from extinction.Watch the trailer

360 underwater video of a coral reef with sharks

360 underwater video of reef sharks
Check out this stunning 360 underwater footage of an amazing coral reef in Raja Ampat, Indonesia, one of the last paradises on Earth. Read more

360 underwater video of a Biorock reef

360 underwater video of reef sharks
Watch incredible 360 underwater footage of a Biorock® artificial reef on Gili Trawangan, Indonesia, where this amazing technology helps to restore damaged marine ecosystems. Read more


The Jetlagged Biorock Camp

A new artificial reef for Gili Trawangan
Our film "We live underwater" about the Biorock artificial reef technology got a lot of attention and many people addressed us, interested in participating in building artificial coral reefs. So, last year in October, it was time for the very first The Jetlagged Biorock Camp on Gili Trawangan in Indonesia! Read more

Whales & Whaling in Iceland

About whales and whaling in Iceland
Torn apart by the forces of the Earth, Iceland is a wild and dangerous country. We are deeply in love with it, but for one thing: Iceland is still hunting whales. Here is why you shouldn't eat whale meat when in Iceland. Read more

About Us Award-winning filmmakers committed to protect the ocean

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The Jetlagged is about diving, travelling around the world and protecting the oceans.

The Jetlagged are action-loving filmmakers and passionate divers always on the search for adventures from the polar circle to the equator.

On our journey through the world’s most exciting destinations, we deliver beautiful impression and enjoy diving as a lifestyle.

We also support various environmental projects all over the world.

As divers, we consider ourselves ambassadors of the sea and are fully committed to protect the world underwater. By taking pictures, shooting films and telling stories in and around the sea, we want to inspire others to enjoy, explore and protect our oceans. Our documentaries have been shown on film festivals worldwide and have won international awards.

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