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Film
Release Year
Runtime(s)
Synopsis
Andes Animal Kingdom
2018
1 x 90 min, 3 x 52 min

The 3-part series features both, charismatic animals such as puma or condor, and unique behavior of the rarest animals of the continent.  You will experience how the most demanding environments, from mystical forests down to majestic valleys formed the wildlife inhabiting this dynamic mountain chain. 

The Andes is not just the longest chain of mountains on the planet, it is the most dynamic.  Its relatively recent and sudden rise has been like a giant geological shock.  Nature has had to respond, and as this spectacular mountain kingdom continues to rise, it pushes animals to ever-extraordinary limits: Monkeys snuggled in thick woolly coats against the lofty cold; scimitar-billed hummingbirds specialized to court and survive in remote, knife-sharp valleys; tiny cousins of the camel that sprint across arid grassland; and the ultimate glider through rarefied air – the Andean condor. 

This three part exploration of the earth’s youngest, most exciting mountain range is a journey up humid, mystical, forested slopes, across lonely, high-altitude pastures studded with snow-capped volcanos, and down majestic glacial valleys.  Each film will portrait – in fresh and intimate detail – the lives of charismatic residents such as puma and spectacled bear, but will also reveal little-known behaviour of colourful and unique Andean animals that have adapted in surprising ways to their mountain kingdom’s urgent demands.  Even more remarkable, this is a chance to showcase some of the rarest animals on the continent, such as the recently-discovered olinguito.

From the tropical northern Andes to the chain’s frigid southern tail, this will be an emotional, exhilarating, cinematic revelation!

Angkor: The Lost Empire of Cambodia
2021
46, 39

At the height of its power between the 9th and 15th centuries, Angkor was a resplendent city, considered the most extensive urban complex of the pre-industrial world. But by the late 16th century, the empire was in its death throes. The people of Angkor left not a single word explaining their kingdom’s collapse. Come along this giant screen adventure to unveil the mysteries behind this lost jewel of Cambodia!

Animalopolis
2008
33, 24

Singing lions, bears that waltz, sea lions turning somersaults.  Otters pray, flamingos squawk, a calf who’d rather dance than walk.  Children will want to watch it again and again.  Animalopolis — a giant-screen matinee film for a truly brand new audience.  You’ll like it, too.

With twelve hilarious segments, each featuring a different animal, Animalopolis will stimulate children’s imaginations and curiosity about the creatures they’re seeing.

Antarctica
1992
38

Antarctica is a unique 40 minute motion picture that portrays the history, science, delicate ecology and awesome beauty of Antarctica – the world’s southernmost continent.  For the first time in history the mysterious icy expanse of the highest, driest, and coldest continent has been captured in the giant screen format.  The film takes viewers to the home of penguins, seals, and the other exotic life forms and also focuses on the activities conducted at many scientific research stations established by countries from around the world.

Antarctica: On the Edge
2014
36, 24

Traveling to Antarctica from the tip of South America by sailboat and then along the Peninsula by sea kayak, foot, small plane, and dive gear, we will take a look at this one-of-a-kind place and bring back a unique perspective on our planet’s most remote land and sea and ice, and the incredible wildlife that call it home.

Antarctica’s Penguin Emperors
2014
37, 20

This family friendly film was shot on location in Antarctica, the southernmost region on the planet.  The story follows a colony of Emperor Penguins as they emerge from the sea and begin their long march sixty miles inland during the cold winter.  Presented in stunning 3D, this true-life tale will warm the hearts of audiences as they witness the hardships and sacrifices of these curious creatures in their fascinating triumph over the elements.

Arabia
2010
46

Arabia reveals a unique culture, a history full of adventure, an environment of extreme challenges, a people of strong faith, and a chance for a film to bridge cultures and reduce misunderstanding between peoples.

An epic combination of historical recreations and contemporary scenes of everyday life, Arabia 3D follows the story of charismatic 22-year-old Arabian filmmaking student Hamzah Jamjoom as he returns home from Chicago’s De Paul University to make a film about his native culture.  As Hamzah discovers the roots of his people’s ancient traditions, audiences will learn how Arabian society developed through history into what it is today and discover a visually striking world of fascinating heritage.

Travel to the exotic and fascinating land of Arabia.  Explore the ancient tombs of a lost city; dive through the reefs of the Red Sea; and experience the Hajj — the largest gathering of people on Earth.  Discover an extraordinary culture and experience modern day Arabia in the midst of monumental change.

Around the World in 80 Islands
12 x 30 min

The series Around the World in 80 Islands proposes these strips of land that seem to float on the seas and that are embraced by soft winds and tides, but also seas that are navigated by boats, canoes, windsurf, land that has been reclaimed by the miracle of nature and land eco-systems that are protected by long-sighted human beings.  As well as sea-beds inhabited by fascinating and mysterious marine organisms.  A series of documentaries that is at the same time, adventure, tourism, ecology, sailing, diving, sports, and hobbies, but also ways of life and customs of different populations that live on these little pieces of our world dotted around the globe, with land itineraries which also introduce us to different foods and cooking methods.  All of this and much more will be revealed to a discerning and passionate eye by traveling around the Mediterranean, but also to the Seychelles, the Maldives, Indonesia, Thailand, Mozambique and so much more.

The series Around the World in 80 Islands is now at its fifth series and has reached 143.994 monthly contacts with peaks of 25 thousand AMR (average ratings each minute). The series is produced in two languages languages: Italian and English.

The series Around the World in 80 Islands not only wants to demonstrate the beauty of our planet but also wishes to our spectator to appreciate the beauty of Italy and also of other international territories, and above all, wishes to suggest: lifestyles, respect for the environment and help each human-being to safe-guard the dignity of the World.

Asia – Secret Lives, Hidden Places
2017
5 x 45 min

Behind the veil of tourism in Asia’s most stunning National Parks people and animals share the same backyard.

Follow us into the unfamiliar and fascinating lands of Asia, where opulent images allow us to experience the unique beauty of nature and the stories of people and animals that live in a world that remains untouched.  In the second part of our series, we also lead the viewer into paradisiac places few away from our civilized world.  Here you will witness the beautiful blood orange sky as the sun sets, watch the majestic birds of the region survey the land for preys, explore hidden caves among the wide expanse of mountains, go on fishing expeditions with the native where you discover the marine life among the coral reefs and take part in tradition unique to Asia.

In Asia there are enormous areas of wild, breath-taking beauty that entices and lures visitors.  The parks covered are in china, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, and Vietnam.  Each them has its own particular gems, whether above or below the water.

Unlike protected areas in North America and Europe, the diverse endangered habitats of Asia are almost always home to people as well as wildlife.

Australia: Land Beyond Time
2002
42

Stunning inside look at a land more like another planet than another country.  Includes a rare natural event that happens only once every hundred years: the formation of a giant inland ocean out of nowhere in the middle of the harshest desert outback.

Australia’s Great Wild North
2018
41, 37, 25

Far Northern Australia is a land of extremes.  Huge bushfires ravage the ancient landscape in the dry season and the world’s biggest thunderstorms bring torrential rain and flooding in the wet season.  These almost Jurassic conditions have created some of the richest wetlands on Earth.

The coast, rivers, and waterholes are haunted by sharks.  The plains are guarded by territorial buffalo and venomous snakes but the apex predator here is a living dinosaur the salt water crocodile.  They have been on the planet in almost identical form for 200 million years – even surviving the meteor strike that wiped out the rest of the dinosaurs.

Crocodiles are the ultimate predators.  They attack with stealth, are extremely aggressive and can grow up to 7 meters in length.  Up here, they have even been known to attack and pull fisherman out of boats.

This film will carry the viewers across the whole Top End of Australia, from the wild Kimberly coast through mysterious and rarely seen Arnhem Land and then deep into the world’s oldest rainforest in Cape York.

Come with us on an epic journey through some of the wildest landscapes on Earth as we take you deep into crocodile’s world.  Australia’s Great Wild North will be shot in magnificent 8K for IMAX and other Giant Screen theaters.  Specialized underwater camera rigs have been designed to get the audience closer than ever before to the most powerful jaws on Earth.

Azores
2015
71, 45

The proverbial expression “Azores High” is renowned – but where does it derive from?  The Azores Archipelago is situated literally in the middle of the vast expanses of the Atlantic Ocean.  This is a windswept idyll, born from the sea.  The most remote and secluded spot in Europe, an extreme outpost, and for centuries a base for Transatlantic sailors.

It’s rugged and romantic landscape reflects an almost austere beauty; rich green slopes interspersed with rocks, magnificent volcanoes, lava caves, idyllic lakes, black sandy beaches, lunarscapes, and exotic gardens contrast with a famous ancient wine-growing region, picturesque fishing villages, traditional folk festivals, isolated lighthouses and all surrounded by a deep blue sea surging against a bizarrely shaped coastline.

This elaborately produced film discovers four of those fascinating islands: Pico, Faial, Sao Miguel, and Sao Jorge.  This is an archipelago for explorers who feel comfortable off the beaten track, the perfect destination for hikers, bird watchers, surfers, yachtsmen and free spirits alike.

Baboons Diaries
6 x 30 min
Bangkok Fight Nights
2015
6 x 90 min

Located in the impressive MBK Center in the heart of the Bangkok shopping district, thousands flock to witness the incredible Muay Thai events put on by Bangkok Fight Night every week.  The combination of the unique location, hard hitting action and curious onlookers make Bangkok Fight Night an unforgettable experience. Don’t miss the “Science of the Eight Limbs” direct from Thailand!

Battle Royale: The Lions and Hyenas of Maasai Mara National Park
2015
52

The African savanna is a place of raw beauty.  It is also the setting for fierce battles between lions and hyenas.  Tough and scraggly, hyenas are known as the “scavengers of the savanna.”  They are intelligent predators who are a nuisance to the king of all beasts because they target the same prey.  While lions display overwhelming power, the hyenas’ weapons are solidarity and teamwork, which they use to outwit their larger rivals.  The standoffs between these carnivores can quickly escalate with hyena pups sometimes caught in the middle.  Viewers get a front row seat as these animals use their size, strength, and smarts to compete for the top spot.

Bears
2001
39

Most will never experience the exhilaration of seeing a half-ton-grizzly bear in the wild — but now people of all ages are daring to get closer than ever before to some of the largest predators on the planet.

From the safety of giant-screen theaters worldwide, of course. 

From black bears in Montana to polar bears in the arctic, the National Wildlife Federation’s fourth giant-screen film, Bears, features a fresh view of these powerful, majestic and often misunderstood animals in the full glory of their natural habitat, and highlights the universal threats to bear populations.

Beauty of Spain
2015
84

This is a documentary of the most beautiful and emblematic landscapes in Spain.  A very visual, magical, full of contrasts with natural and human landscapes.  This journey will take viewers through Spain’s history and traditions of both the past and present.  From Costa da Morte (Galicia) to the southernmost tip of Europe, in the Strait of Gibraltar in the south of the Iberian peninsula.  Beauty of Spain is a sensory journey in vivid and breathtaking 4K.

Beavers
1988
31

An acclaimed, intimate look at one beaver family and their aquatic habitat which puts a remarkably human face on these amazing creatures’ emotions.

Berlin From Above
2016
90, 52

Unique pictures from above.  This documentary shows a different angle of people and country during a glide flight above the metropolis. 

25 years after the reunion between East and West Germany, this movie shows pictures from different perspectives.  Which visions and dreams marked this region?  What changed and what emerged from the city’s contentious history?  We take a look from above to see the city and its citizens. 

The movie unites nature, urbanity, tranquility, and the rush of a metropolis.  It unites parks and skyscraper canyons, lake capes and wetlands, curvy courses of rivers, and straight streets.  With exhilarating pictures we take a trip through Berlin — from sunrise til sunset.

Due to high quality flight recordings and panorama pictures, we are able to get a glimpse at how the people make this area their home.

Bug Technology
2016
2 x 48 min

The unique mechanism of the mosquito’s proboscis inspired “pain-free needles.”  The structure of dragonfly wings contributed to a wind-powered generator.  With over 400 million years in the race for survival, insects embody technology that is amazing and was once unimaginable to humans.  But now, cutting-edge technology unlocks this mystery, and practical application of “bug technology” is underway.  The program takes full advantage of 4K cameras, macro imagery, and high-speed cameras to reveal the amazing mechanisms of bugs.

Join the navigators of the show, a comedic duo of a bugologist and his assistant, in this exciting and entertaining science program for the whole family.

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