Films

Why not watch one of our short films…

Making Waves - this film takes you on a virtual scuba dive
Ocean Drifters, a secret world beneath the waves is a short film about plankton written, produced and directed by Dr Richard Kirby with narration by Sir David Attenborough.
Interview with a fisheries researcher 
- see a fisheries research officer at work filming underwater in Chichester Harbour
Seashore Safari at Milton Locks – take a look at some of the animals living on the shores of Langstone Harbour in Portmouth
Seals with their pups in Chichester Harbour
Strawberry anemones
moving their tentacles out to feed in a rockpool
Moon jellyfish in the Beaulieu estuary
Oral History of Hastings – find out how Hastings has changed over the years and meet some local characters.

Making Waves
Watch this 6 minute film to find out what it’s like to go for a SCUBA dive in southeast seas. Why not make your own Mask and Snorkel and let the film take you on a virtual dive?

Ocean Drifters
Find out about the amazing world of plankton – a secret world beneath the waves.

Ocean Drifters from Plymouth University on Vimeo.

Interview with a fisheries researcher
Wondering what kind of job you could have in the marine sector? What do our Inshore Fisheries Conservation Authority do? What does the bottom of Chichester Harbour look like? Watch this film to find out.

Milton Locks Seashore Safari
Take a look at the crabs, shannies, anemones and other fascinating marine life that can be found at low tide at Milton Locks Nature Reserve in Portsmouth.

Strawberry anemones in a rockpool

Moon jellyfish in the Beaulieu estuary

Visit our Jellyfish Gallery to see more jellyfish images from around our coast.

Oral History of Hastings
Find out how Hastings has changed over the years and meet some local characters.