Africa: The Serengeti

Synopsis

Africa: The Serengeti introduces the audience to a spectacle that few humans have ever witnessed, the Great Migration, taking viewers on a journey with over 1.5 million animals as they travel more than 500 miles across the Serengeti plains in Tanzania and Kenya.  This film is a tribute to the wildebeest as they set out on their yearlong odyssey; it is also a documentary featuring a fascinating array of animals including zebras, giraffes, elephants, monkeys, baboons, and even hyenas, jackals, and vultures, with an abundance of animal trivia.

Film Information

Director(s): George Casey

Producer(s): George Casey, Paul Novros

Narrator(s): James Earl Jones

Release: 1994

Runtime(s): 39

Awards & Accolades

  • Worldwide Box Office: Over $124.9 million
  • Golden Eagle (top honor) in the CINE film festival
  • Top honor (gold) in the Chicago International Film Festival
  • IMAX film of the year
  • La Geode Audience Award

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Music by Hans Zimmer

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