Documentary Underwater Kukuku
The documentary “Curacao Underwater Kunuku” is now showing in movie theaters The Movies Otrabanda. This short 30 minute documentary was shot in 8 days last year. Captured along the coast from east point to the west point. It's a virtual underwater trip of 100 km long. Through the underwater images, the makers want to introduce more foreigners to the diversity of the underwater world along the coast of the island in order to attract tourists. A secondary goal is also to promote more awareness among the local population for the conservation of our coral reefs. Kunuku stands for forest in the local language Papiamento. This non-profit documentary has been released by the Lawrence Mensa Foundation. Carmabi Wildlife Research institution will also use the images for research and education purposes.