Bermuda is the only mid-ocean platform in the Northern hemisphere providing a window into the migratory social behaviour of humpback whales. This one-hour film documents new evidence of the humpbacks' lives with remarkable close-up underwater footage of humpback whales in Bermuda, their breeding grounds in the Caribbean, and their feeding grounds in Eastern Canada. Three years ago Bermuda-based Producer/Director Andrew Stevenson embarked on what seemed like an interesting and challenging project to film the North Atlantic humpback whales underwater in the middle of their mid-ocean migratory crossings. The humpback whales have since become an overriding passion. Come share his journey, told through the eyes of his 6-year old daughter, Elsa. -The Humpback Whale Research Project, Bermuda- www.whalesbermuda.com Winner "Best Emerging Underwater Filmmaker"- BLUE Ocean Film Festival, August 2010, Monterey, California High Honors at the Princeton Environmental Film Festival, February 2011 Winner Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art 2011 Charman Prize.