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Join special virtual screening of Diving into the Darkness


Diving into the Darkness

Join the Scuba Diver team in June for one of the first opportunities to view the award-winning new documentary Diving into the Darkness, which is an awe-inspiring odyssey about cave diving icon Jill Heinerth and her journey of exploration, resilience and self-discovery inside the planet’s deepest depths.

Pre-order your virtual ticket for $10 and be ready to tune in from 9-15 June to stream this amazing film. Your virtual ticket includes unlimited viewing of the film during this timeframe (non-shareable or transferable) and as an extra-special treat, you will receive an invite and link to join Jill and director Nays Baghai in a virtual Q&A on 15 June.

Diving into the Darkness
Join the Scuba Diver team for this special virtual showing of Diving into the Darkness

Canadian explorer and storyteller Jill Heinerth is one of the world’s greatest living cave divers, fuelled by an insatiable curiosity to explore the unknown ‘“'veins of Mother Earth'.

Jill has been involved in the most legendary and demanding cave diving expeditions of all time, from surveying the world’s longest caves in Mexico to discovering giant iceberg caves in Antarctica.

Diving into the Darkness
The team during the filming of Diving into the Darkness

Juxtaposed with these hair-raising dives are intimate, candid interviews and animated flashbacks to her younger years that reveal a complex array of motivations for taking on these challenges.

Despite how over 100 of her friends have perished in the depths, for Jill, each adventure in this dive odyssey is one step closer to becoming the woman she wished she’d met when she was a child.

Watch the trailer for Diving into the Darkness
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Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editorial Director Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. nearly 40-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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