Freediving the Deepest Blue Hole in the World

2018 MOFF Selection

About This Project


360 Media Ventures

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At 663 feet deep Dean’s Blue Hole in the Bahamas is the deepest saltwater blue hole on the planet and this piece gives an inside look into the mind of the most extraordinary freedivers in the world. Hundreds of feet below the ocean surface with one breath, these individuals risk their lives to redefine what is possible.

This film to be screened at:

9/21/18 – L.L. Bean/Discovery Park – Freeport, ME  (FB Event)
9/27/18 – Down East Gallery – Edgecomb, ME  (FB Event)

Filmmaker Bio:

360 Media Ventures is based in Portland, Maine. The team for this feature is as follows: Rufus Frost, Producer; Pat Rioux, Camera Op; Duncan Brake, Underwater Camera Op; Jillian Morris-Brake, Assistant Underwater Cam Op; Joe Radano, Editor; Patrick Rioux, Editor.
This feature was shot in Long Island, Bahamas which is one of the “Out Islands” with few amenities. We shot extensively underwater, on the dive platform and aerially to capture the natural beauty of Dean’s Blue Hole and the amazing freediving accomplishments.

9/21 Freeport, 9/27 Edgecomb