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    The Waterworld Of Komodo
5 x 60’, 2020, 4K
‘The Waterworld of Komodo’ takes you on an extraordinary voyage to one of the most beautiful places on earth. Over the course of millions of years, the archipelago around the island of Komodo, has been shaped by the forces of nature and the mechanisms of evolution. Thanks to its isolation we are still able to stand face to face with works of nature which do not exist anywhere else on earth. On land, the legendary dragons reign undisputed, whilst under the water, strong currents surge through coral reefs teeming with life. Dive into this unique ecosystem and discover a region where destructive volcanoes have periodically disrupted the order of the world. ‘The Waterworld of Komodo’ is an amazing journey which leads to questions about the place of man on earth.
This magical one-hour wildlife special, set entirely in the snow, will show you animal stories that will melt your heart. A pregnant polar bear searches for a snow cave; a baby walrus tries to keep warm amongst the herd; a tiny white weasel plays ‘hide and seek’ with a baby squirrel. Each heart-warming tale is brought to life by a fun, cheeky script, evocative seasonal music, and immersive sound design.
Sunlight slowly makes its way through the canopy, bringing light to a world in which, just a few moments ago, creatures large and small navigated shadows and darkness. ‘What a Colourful World’ takes the viewer on a journey around the globe to discover a host of colourful creatures that make our world such a spectacularly diverse place. Seen from space, Earth may appear mainly green and blue, but a closer look reveals the true abundance of hues and shades caused by light refraction. From giant humpback whales to tiny dancing spiders, from strange- looking mandrills to frantic fiddler crabs – we explore what makes our globe such a kaleidoscope of colour.
Terra Mater Factual Studios
A thousand years ago the ocean was full of giants. Whales were at the heart of a global web, connected to everything; the architects of the sea and even the land. In a basement in Odessa, top secret Soviet whaling reports are uncovered and original whalers, spies and scientists reveal that during the cold war, illegal whaling was out of control, run by the KGB (foreign intelligence and domestic security agency of the Soviet Union). In a thrilling and interwoven story, ships logs appear from garages, attic and cellars. For the first time, we know how many whales were killed, and so, how many there once were. The implications to how we think of the modern ocean, and help it back to health, are profound.
    Winter Wonderland
1 x 60’, 2020, HD
 Off the Fence Productions
Terra Mater Factual Studios
What A Colourful World
1 x 60’, 2021, HD
The Witness Is A Whale
1 x 60’, 2021, 4K
Nature & Wildlife

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