Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench—190 miles from Guam in the South Pacific—is the deepest, most inhospitable place on the Earth. Colette produced and wrote this one-hour film about breakthrough technology, scientific exploration and some of the people who first explored the deepest place on Earth.
Broadcaster: Science Channel, Discovery Worldwide
WHOI engineer Matt Heintz pilots Nereus to Challenger Deep, while biologist Tim Shank and geologist Patty Fryer scan the seafloor.
Producer/writer Colette, cameraman Jeff Streich and sound recordist Spence Palermo joined a team from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Hawaii as they launched a revolutionary vehicle named Nereus to survive and explore the depths.
Launching Nereus down to the deepest place on Earth.