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Program 4: Dolphin Man
Cowell Theatre Fri, Mar 8, 2019 4:00 PM
Jacques Mayol became known as the ‘dolphin man’ as he revolutionized free-diving and in the process brought a new consciousness to our relationship with the sea. Featuring rare film archive from the 1950’s, viewer will gain a better understanding of the sensory and transformative experience of free-diving, now becoming one of the fastest growing ocean related sports. —AB
Film Info
Country:United Kingdom
Running Time:6 min
Premiere Status:U.S. Premiere
Director:Gustaf Lindström
Producer:Gustaf Lindström
Cast:Will Hislop
Barney Fishwick
David Elms
David O'Neill
Gustaf Lindström
Baker Terry
Ellie White


If plankton could talk, they would have British accents and suppress their real feelings beneath pent-up emotions and an inability to express themselves. —KH

Additional Information

Gustaf grew up in Sweden and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Graphic Arts at The Animation Workshop in Denmark 2014. He then moved to London where he quickly became an in-house CG Artist at Blinkink Studio. He's now an independent Filmmaker and Animator.