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SEA-Media logo showing words and waterStill Hope Productions is a founding sponsor of the nonprofit SEA-Media, the go-to place for media about our Northwest waters. SEA-Media.org contains reviews of relevant books, artwork, movies, music, photos, and even games, especially independent media that isn't easy to find.

Recent movies by Still Hope Productions can be seen at:
http://sea-media.org/movies/is-this-where-puget-sound-starts

Upcoming Video Presentations


August 27, 2015
From Watersheds to Whitecaps: Myriad Lives Intertwingled
The Whale Museum, Friday Harbor, WA
Beneath the surface of the Salish Sea, creatures are inexorably linked to each other, linked to those in our uplands, and of course, linked to us. John F. Williams will show excerpts from his collection of films that highlight some of our amazing local creatures, and the equally amazing scope of their relationships.
November, 2015
From Watersheds to Whitecaps: Myriad Lives Intertwingled
sponsored by Friends of Miller Bay
Beneath the surface of the Salish Sea, creatures are inexorably linked to each other, linked to those in our uplands, and of course, linked to us. John F. Williams will show excerpts from his collection of films that highlight some of our amazing local creatures, and the equally amazing scope of their relationships.

From 2006 to 2011, Still Hope Productions produced the Underwater TV series:
to take you for a video journey to meet our neighbors who live in the waters of the Pacific Northwest.

    Length: half hour
    Where: iTunes, blip.tv, and on over 60 community stations

See what the Kitsap Sun said



Return of the Plankton
(27 min) brings to light the wealth of life in the Pacific Northwest marine ecosystems. 

Art and science come together in an exciting video journey underwater in Puget Sound. 

"Everyone that's seen the DVD or has kids that have is very impressed, yours truly included."
--Alexander Shor, Program Director
    Division of Ocean Sciences
    National Science Foundation