It is the director James Cameron who has achieved worldwide success with his film Titanic, which has won many Oscars in 1997. He is dealing with the same subject again. They worked with Bill Paxton in the documentary Ghosts of the Abyss. Together, they descend into the depths of the Titanic disaster, which is known as the most dramatic accident of the last century, causing the death of many.
It is prepared to be shown in IMAX 3D cinemas that offer documentary three-dimensional special screening opportunities. Cameron and his team have long worked on this movie, originally called Ghosts of the Abyss. They continued their studies by taking the best scientists and researchers with them. Thus, they managed to film the Titanic ship, which had been lying at the bottom of the ocean for almost a century, step by step. The Titanic ship, where 1500 people died, comes to light with a special submarine and three-dimensional cameras developed entirely for this film.
This documentary film was made in 2003. Its original language is English. It is also published in subtitles and dubbing options for viewing in different languages. The actors in the U.S. documentary are James Cameron, Bill Paxton, and Jhon Bruno. The image format is preferred as 35 mm. SDDS was used as the audio format. Titanic secrets that have been on the agenda for more than a century have been discussed.
Ghosts of the Abyss is also a movie that is included in the one-hour documentary category dealing with this disaster.