Our latest film—2000 Feet Under the Sea—premiered at the museum last night and is now available for viewing on the theater page of this site and below. It’s a “Vintage Adventure” filmed in 2009 in Roatan, Honduras.
We’re happy to share a new trailer with you, 2000 Feet Under the Sea, a vintage adventure from 2009 when the team set out to explore the deep sea just off the coast of Roatan, Honduras with Karl Stanley in his submarine Idabel. Our quest was to find a near-forgotten shipwreck and document for rare and unusual creatures in the cold depths of the sea.
The film will be coming soon to the Amuseum Naturalis theater and a website near you.
The world premiere film at the Amuseum Naturalis theater this Tuesday will take you somewhere really cool. Actually, it’s hot and smelly, but also pretty cool. Learn about one of St. Martin’s most unique habitats in To the Bat Cave!
Of course, if you can’t make it to Amuseum Naturalis because you’re busy or you live thousands of miles away, don’t worry. We will be posting the video on this site right after the world premiere.
The world premiere of the new Les Fruits de Mer movie, Scrub Island Rescue, will take place tomorrow. Learn a little bit about this rarely-visited island and find out who—or what—was rescued at the Amuseum Naturalis theater tomorrow evening. Check out the trailer below and visit us tomorrow for Mardi de Grand Case.