CECIL, THE LION KING (1x60’):
In the Western reaches of Zimbabwe, the country’s largest national park lies beneath a canopy of Mahogany and Cathedral mopani trees. Once the ancient hunting grounds for the warrior-king Mzilikazi, the Hwange Game Reserve has been a national park for nearly a century. While celebrated for huge elephant herds and spectacular scenery, There is one creature here that has captured the hearts and minds of all – Hwange’s lions. These massive cats are rumored to be some of the biggest wild lions on the planet. One magnificent beast in particular was destined to become one of Africa’s most tragically famous animals. He was known as Cecil.
WILD DYNASTIES (3x60’):
In a world where the only certainty is uncertainty, successfully navigating the journey of life is reserved only for the elite. Some few are able to run the gauntlet alone, while others employ a more stead-fast strategy - safety in numbers. Out in the wild a select few animals have redefined collaboration, melded their strengths, and became some of the nature's most formidable units. Out in the ganglands, every team needs it's strategy ...
DEADLY HUNTERS (3X60')
The Earth, our planet, is a magnificent and diverse world, filled to the brim with life. But life, in all its forms, cannot exist except within a very specific set of rules - among many, to be alive means to breathe, to breed, to sense one's environment, and importantly - to find nourishment, in whatever forms fits. Out in the wild, it's eat or to be eaten...
WHITE COLLAR BOXING (3X60')
This show takes ordinary men and women living in China and trains them up to be amateur boxers
ROAD RUNNERS (1x90')
Road Runners is a feature documentary on running in Jamaica. The story follows a small group of young Jamaican athletes as they prepare to compete in the island’s greatest sporting event – Champs. It is a tale of hope, struggle and identity.
Champs is the Inter-High School Athletics event that fills the national stadium in Kingston. It is an event where dreams are made – and broken.
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