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Africa: The Serengeti

bigImage AFRICA: THE SERENGETI introduces the audience to a spectacle that few humans have ever witnessed, the Great Migration, taking viewers on a journey with over 1.5 million animals as they travel more than 500 miles across the Serengeti plains in Tanzania and Kenya. This film is a tribute to the wildebeest as they set out on their yearlong odyssey; it is also a documentary featuring a fascinating array of animals including zebras, giraffes, elephants, monkeys, baboons and even hyenas, jackals and vultures, with an abundance of animal trivia.

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Produced by Serengeti Partners Ltd. and Graphic Films Corp., in association with the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Producers: George Casey and Paul Novros. Distributed by the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Japanese Distributor: Sarai Inc. Director of Photography: Andrew Kitzanuk. Edited by Tim Huntley. Narrated by James Earl Jones.

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BMZ Reviews:

The Circle of Life By Ross Anthony

BMZ Review of Africa: The Serengeti By Herb Lash

Outside Reviews:

"IMAX's Africa: Vastly entertaining" By Michael Janusonis, Providence Journal

"'Africa:' Wild rituals or pure survival?" By Joe Baltake, Sacramento Bee

"Africa: The Serengeti (DVD Review)" By Doug Pratt, DVDLaser.com

"Africa: The Serengeti (IMAX®) (DVD Review)" By Justin Stephen, digitallyOBSESSED.com

"Africa: The Serengeti" By Britt Robson, City Pages

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