Albert Falco, l’océanaute

Documentary

2012

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At a time of overfishing and growing concern over the future of our oceans, this film tells the story of one of the key witnesses and pioneers of the first major deep-sea explorations. The adventure began some 60 years ago.

The world’s first deep-sea diver, the first man to have lived underwater, capitain of the Calypso and loyal right-hand man to Commandant Cousteau, Albert Falco lived to 85 years old.

Through his diaries, encounters, photos and personal footage, he tells the story of the great history of deep-sea exploration, shares his passion for the sea and affirms his unwavering fight to preserve it.


Format(s)

1 X 60 minutes

Broadcaster(s)

TV5 Québec, Ushuaia Tv, Matinique TV

Director(s)

Sylvain Braun


Distributor(s)

Ciné-Fête, Terranoa