New Releases

  • CARPATHIAN PREDATORS – REALM OF THE BEAR

    CARPATHIAN PREDATORS – REALM OF THE BEAR

    The Carpathian mountains stretch across seven European countries; a land of vast primeval forests, steep gorges and isolated peaks, that offers a precious refuge for some of the continent’s most charismatic creatures. Over the course of a summer, a mother brown bear struggles to find enough food for herself and her two young cubs. Long summer days are spent fattening up in preparation for the harsh winter ahead. For the youngsters, it’s a time to learn the essential survival skills […]

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  • COLOMBIA’S WILD COAST – MARCH OF THE CRABS

    COLOMBIA’S WILD COAST – MARCH OF THE CRABS

    On the tiny Caribbean Island of Providencia, 400 miles from Colombia’s Atlantic coast, a young female black crab is about to undertake the biggest mission of her life; to escort her 80,000 eggs from her mountain top home, on a 2 mile hike to the coast. Using cutting edge camera equipment to capture every minute detail of the young crab’s migration, this film will bring the very highest quality of world wildlife cinematography to Providencia like it has never been […]

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  • COLOMBIA’S WILD COAST – GORGONA, SNAKE PRISON ISLAND

    COLOMBIA’S WILD COAST – GORGONA, SNAKE PRISON ISLAND

    Gorgona, a remote Colombian island, has a dark secret. It’s a natural fortress, surrounded by shark-infested seas, blanketed in impenetrable jungle and teaming with deadly snakes. For that reason it was chosen by the Colombian government as the site of a high security prison, Colombia’s own Alcatraz. In 1959 it began housing the nation’s most notorious criminals. It was modelled on Nazi concentration camps and claims of human rights abuse were rife. Murders within its walls were common. For twenty-five […]

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  • WILD LATIN AMERICA – REALM OF THE SPECTACLED BEAR

    WILD LATIN AMERICA – REALM OF THE SPECTACLED BEAR

    High in the Andean Mountains lives South America’s only species of bear – the Spectacled Bear. One of the most endangered bear on earth, there could be as few as thirteen thousand of them left. The wild and secluded Chaparri Ecological Reserve in Northern Peru is a safe haven for a small population of these bears. We’ll observe these shy and charismatic creatures at play, foraging and looking for mates in their mountainous home. Amazona was orphaned at nine months […]

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  • WILD LATIN AMERICA – HUMPBACK, BIRTH OF A GIANT

    WILD LATIN AMERICA – HUMPBACK, BIRTH OF A GIANT

    In crystal clear waters off the Pacific coast of Colombia, a new-born humpback whale breaks the surface as he draws his first breath. He is already 16 feet long, a giant, but the challenges ahead of him are monumental. It’s winter. Before the season turns he must nurse constantly on his mother’s fat-rich milk to bulk-up, and he must learn the life skills he needs before undertaking one of the longest migrations on the planet: a journey five thousand miles […]

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  • SURVIVING THE AMAZON – JUNGLE LOVE

    SURVIVING THE AMAZON – JUNGLE LOVE

    Abundant as the jungles of the Amazon are, finding love and raising a family can be a challenge and mating strategies are as different as the animals themselves. The rainforest canopy is home to many species of monkeys like the titis. They’re monkey monogamists. When they hook up they’re looking for love that will last a lifetime. They couldn’t be more different than their neighbours the squirrel monkeys. These plucky primates come together only during breeding season then they go […]

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  • SURVIVING THE AMAZON – JUNGLE KILLERS

    SURVIVING THE AMAZON – JUNGLE KILLERS

    In the vast stretches of the Amazon Rainforest thousands of species are pitted against each other – engineered by evolution with ingenious weapons and defenses: speed, stealth, poison, cunning, jaws and ferocious claws – who will be victorious? A female jaguar stalks the riverbank. Jaguars are the largest terrestrial carnivore in the Amazon. Queen of the jungle, with her immense size and power she can take down other large predators like giant river otters, caiman and even anacondas. A green […]

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  • SURVIVING THE AMAZON – JUNGLE JUNIORS

    SURVIVING THE AMAZON – JUNGLE JUNIORS

    Every year, two hundred thousand of Peru’s monkeys are trafficked illegally, almost all of them babies. Isla de los Monos, island of the monkeys, gives victims of the pet trade, legal and illegal hunting a second chance. Jungle Juniors documents the struggles of these youngsters to survive without their mother’s care or the protection of a natal troop on this unique island. Recent arrivals Emita, Rusa and Celia have been nursed back to health by the conservationists. They now roam […]

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  • SURVIVING THE AMAZON – THE DRY SEASON

    SURVIVING THE AMAZON – THE DRY SEASON

    The Amazon rainforest is the largest rainforest on the planet – a vast natural wonderland that stretches across 1.4 billion acres. It’s home to a staggering array of weird and wonderful creatures – all of which have to compete to survive in one of the most challenging environments on earth. In stunning 4K visual detail, Surviving the Amazon: The Dry Season documents the struggle to survive at the toughest time of year in the Amazon rainforest. During the Dry Season, […]

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  • SURVIVING THE AMAZON – A LIFE AMONG TREES

    SURVIVING THE AMAZON – A LIFE AMONG TREES

    In the Amazon, the trees dominate the horizon. There are over three hundred billion of them, covering nine south American countries. More than twelve hundred species, spending all day pumping out much of the planets’ oxygen. But each and every one of them is also a thriving ecosystem all to itself. They all play host to a bustling community of dozens of different animal species. While the tree must push its way ever upward to harvest the sunlight it needs […]

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  • ANIMALS DECODED – RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE

    ANIMALS DECODED – RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE

    The natural world’s a noisy place, but how and why animals make themselves heard is a complex field that scientists are only beginning to decode. Some sounds are all around us – part of the backdrop of our lives, like bird song – but others are beyond our hearing range, and easy to miss. As scientists tune in, they’re realising how human activity is changing the world’s sound-stage, and animals are having to find new ways of being heard over […]

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  • ANIMALS DECODED – INVISIBLE SIGNALS

    ANIMALS DECODED – INVISIBLE SIGNALS

    We think of communication being loud and obvious; body language and vocalisations – animals doing everything they can to be seen and heard – but there is a whole other world of signals that is invisible to us. Animals use colours that we can’t see, and scents too subtle for us to even notice, and yet for their own kind, these cues speak volumes. Technology can help us to crack the code, and might even prove a valuable tool to […]

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