Nature Science 4K 52'


Underwater heatwaves ravage oceans in silence, decimating entire species and battering coastal cities with storms. But why is the sea heating up?


Aboard the Jules Verne's Nautilus, an international and diverse team of scientists travel underwater, faces unprecedented heatwaves and reveals fascinating ocean landscapes and their vulnerability to climate change. The goal is to raise awareness of the impact of marine heatwaves on biodiversity, society and the economy, inviting us to rethink our relationship with the oceans.


Visual explorations blend animations inspired by period engravings with real footage, confronting imagination with today’s scientific reality. Our main scientific advisor and character in the film, Line Le Gall, is an inspirational figure for women in science.

Direction: Jacques Mitsch

Production: Saint Thomas Productions, Good to Know & Museum d’Histoire Naturelle for ARTE

Delivery: End of 2025

Languages: French, English

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