The “Wallacea” series of films highlight some of the breadth of biodiversity found in and around Wallacea and the coral triangle. These habitats are increasingly under threat, and the films describe the efforts of a few individuals who are working to help protect ecosystems both below and above the water. Life on Wallace’s Line is the full-length version (20 mins), Beneath Wallace’s Line (19 mins) emphasizes marine life, and What Would Wallace Think? (5 mins) is a brief synopsis of the spectacular animals living in the Coral Triangle.
A Love Affair, Little Things Matter, and Carnivorous Charismatic Megafauna are short films (5 mins) capturing macro images of some of the smallest creatures living in the coral triangle.