New This Week

New This Week

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  • Green Tree Ants: Friend or Foe?

    All over the coastal tropics of northern Australia and south east Asia, local armies of 500,000 soldiers are on standby. They wage a control war on invasive insect species. From the treetops, they use chemical communication, skilfully engaging their opponents in battle, inflicting injury and inje...

  • Salmon Forest

    Every year the Pacific Salmon embark in a struggling migration. After roaming the vast ocean for most of their lives they follow their instinct and return to the rivers, where they were born, to spawn. Always moving forward and never giving up whatever the dangers are. This way they sacrifice the...

  • Bastion of the Giants

    A journey into the lives of the Asian Elephant living amongst the stunning wildlife in the bio-diverse verdant North Eastern Jungles of India. Witness the challenges of conservation amidst human-animal conflicts as human populations burgeon around these ecological hotspots and ancient elephant la...

  • Bird without Borders

    Found nowhere else on earth but the last few pockets of wilderness along East Asia's rugged coastline, the Black-Faced Spoonbill is a survivor. Twice a year this enigmatic bird undertakes a behemoth migration route that navigates through the heart of Asia, a part of the world where geopolitical t...

  • The Last Trimate

    Biruté Galdikas is the last surviving member of the legendary anthropologists trio dubbed The Trimates. After thirty-five years, Biruté is still continuing her work, based in Camp Leakey, and is responsible for the longest study of an animal species by a single person ever conducted. This film is...