A COLLECTION of the world’s most inspirational ocean-themed films will be making a splash for The Ocean Film Festival.

The film festival is coming to Abingdon's Amey Theatre on November 30 with mesmerising films.

Returning as a live theatre tour, the Ocean Film Festival features a selection of short films starring wild seafaring voyages, extreme watersports and marine conservation from the least explored depths of the planet.

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This year’s line-up includes an iceberg-dodging kayak expedition and the extreme sport of skimboarding.

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Tour director Nell Teasdale said: “We can’t wait to set sail back into theatres with our latest inspirational collection of ocean films,”

“Witness intrepid human-powered challenges, mind-boggling marine life and incredible ocean cinematography, without getting your feet wet.”

The Ocean Film Festival originated in Australia, with the aim of inspiring people to explore, respect, enjoy and protect the oceans.

Pictures from the films:

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