Moraig - Lost River of the Phoenicians


The river Moraig was known to the Phoenicians as a source of fresh water necessary for their long sea journeys, but today it contains salt water. With only his camera and diving equipment Bernhard Pack explores the largest underwater cave labyrinth on the Iberian Peninsula to find out why Moraig has changed. If he can find the answers, 60 meters below sea level and over 1000 meters inside the coast's rock mass, he could help supply the people of the region with drinking water even in the driest summers.

Directed by Bernhard Pack
Original Music by Christian Halten

Awarded with Best Documentary Feature Award (Barcelona) / Audience Award (Barcelona) / Jacques Cousteau Award

Movie excerpts and stills courtesy of Bernhard Pack Filmproduktion