Still

11 minutes

Journey with a free diving philosopher, into the alien world of a living ocean

Carlos Eyles is a 72-year-old ocean photographer, author, and free diver. In Still, we accompany him into the ocean, as he describes his intimate relationship with the marine world. Reflecting on a realm that is still within the province of the unknown, Eyles illuminates how profoundly wondrous it is to live within the great scheme of life.

Director: Ruby Stocking, Jose Tadeu Bijos, Michael Barth, and Pasqual Guiterrez

Producer: Dodge College

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