“I don’t think I’m an ocean expert.
I’m not an oceanographer.
But I can understand the ocean better than you can.”
— Sekai creator Tomokazu SugitaThe world is a complicated place, one that can be incredibly beautiful, but it also can be a place of chaos and death.
And that is why Tomokasu Sugita is taking a new approach to the world of sekai.
Sugita, the creator of the popular Sekai series and creator of Oceanic Projects, is embarking on a four-part series, Sekai, to take viewers through the world’s oceans and ask questions about what it means to be an ocean.
It’s an ambitious project that is both a celebration of the beautiful world and a celebration for the ocean, which Sugita sees as “the most important resource we have.”
The whole world has been so beautiful, and so chaotic, and I wanted Sekai’s themes to be universal.””
Oceanic Projects has always been about ocean conservation and sustainable development, and we hope Sekai will be a vehicle to convey those ideals in a very clear way.”
The whole world has been so beautiful, and so chaotic, and I wanted Sekai’s themes to be universal.
“Sugita said that while Sekai is the first show to address the question of whether or not the ocean is beautiful, it is also about how we should view the oceans in the modern age.”
Sekai is a way to express the universal theme of the oceans.
And in the way we see them, we must look at how we are interacting with the ocean in the present,” he said.”
We have to think about how these oceans are working together, and how to make them thrive.
And we must not ignore them, but also not neglect them.
“Sekai, a series of documentaries, will air on MTV in 2017.
Watch a trailer for Sekai:The world of Ocean projects, featuring Sekai author Tomokuzu Suga.
Source MTV News