LIQUID MOTION FILM is an internationally acclaimed, multi award-winning Film Production company, leader in the field of Underwater Cinematography and Producer of choice for the worlds most prestigious TV broadcasters.
With the highest honours in Cinematography, Photography, Directing, Editing and Marine Science, Liquid Motion has been working with Scientists and producing landmark films for private clients, global corporations, advertising, education and television for over 25 years.
Clients include ARTE, NRK, TVE, FOX & National Geographic Television, Scubapro Ltd, Gates Underwater Products, Fiji Islands Tourism Association, Bermuda Institute of Ocean Science, Bonniercorp, Minecraft/Microsoft, Scuba Diving Magazine, UQ/Heron Island Research Station, and the worlds most esteemed Film Producers and TV channels.
Productions include the ‘Triple-Gold’ winning series ‘The Reef', multi award-winning films 'Jawfish Nursery', 'Colour Talks' & 'Beyond The Blue', Best Camera, Best Photography, Best Director & Gold Award winner 'Talking With Fishes', the internationally acclaimed, National Geographic Television exclusives ‘City Under the Sea’ and 45x award-winning 'Grand Prix de Monaco' 'Water Colours' Series, which brought pioneering discoveries about fluorescence, colour and marine animal communication.
Recognised for exhilarating entertainment extending all boundaries, Liquid Motion Film has been hailed as ‘one of the most unique, creative influences in underwater filmmaking today’. Spectacular cinematography and spellbinding storytelling have garnered them the highest accolades and numerous prestigious awards.
..."Concept films that are different from the usual….. Uniquely lovely footage - and clearly a huge experience of the environment and animals… - Doug Allen, BBC/Blue Planet ..."Nothing like this has ever been done before, or experienced since the time of Cousteau..."- Les Nouvelles de Versailles, PARIS..."Some of the most beautiful and unusual work we’ve seen…" - Gail Krueger, NOAA
Movie Producers, Marine Experts, Explorers, Environmentalists, Educators, Authors and Speakers on oceanography & marine protection, Guy and Anita Chaumette are the globally renowned, multi award-winning Filmmaker pioneers behind Liquid Motion Film.
For over 25 years, Guy & Anita have lived on remote island archipelagos in the most far flung corners of the planet, diving, filming, making movies, and becoming one of the most successful husband and wife teams in the industry and unique, creative influences in underwater filmmaking today.
The couple both produce, direct, research, craft and edit their films, which take several years to produce. During this time, they work closely with Scientists, Oceanographers and Marine Researchers, sharing knowledge, carrying out research and spending months, sometimes years on location, returning to the same underwater spot.
Their films have garnered over 100 international awards, and received numerous prestigious honours and accolades for their contributions to television, science and on behalf of the sea.
When not making movies, the entrepreneurial couple are instrumental in marine conservation and environmental education through their non-profit, Liquid Motion Foundation and have contributed to numerous policies and win-win situations around the world. They run a private Underwater Photo & Film Academy from their Cozumel Island base, receiving clients from all over the globe for private, professional, one-on-one underwater photo & film courses. Funds from their award-winning Ocean-Art and luxurious Marine Clothing Line are used directly to further their common goal of conserving and protecting the ocean.
"Just like the first underwater films from Hans Hass and Cousteau, Liquid Motion's films really are a milestone, their footage like the first pictures from Mars! Anita & Guy really are the "underwater critter whisperers"!
(O. Steffan Bayer, PhD.)
"Truly worldclass filmmakers. Liquid Motion provided stunningly beautiful footage, lots of it, ensured the safety of my actors and captured the most beautiful choreographed cinematography and dramatic elements needed to fulfill the story of the film. I highly recommend Liquid Motion to any film production company..."
(Kat Green, Wonderfly Films, Hollywood, L.A.)