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Film Summary of Bears

bigImage The fourth and most anticipated giant-screen film produced by the National Wildlife Federation, BEARS brings audiences closer than ever before to some of the world’s largest terrestrial animals in the full glory of their natural habitat.

From polar bears in the Arctic tundra to black bears in the Northern Rockies, this film features some of the
most spectacular footage ever shot of these enterprising omnivores. Catch salmon with a group of hungry grizzlies on the McNeil River in Alaska. Crawl inside a den with a mother black bear and her cubs.

Search for seals with a polar bear family in the icy waters of Northern Canada. Learn about the challenges facing each of these species as their habitat diminishes—and what you can do to help protect these magnificent animals.

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Film Info

Video Clips

BMZ Originals:

Bears: Bear Essentials Real 300 K

Bears: Bear Essentials Real 56 K

Clips & Trailers:

Bears: Ideal Subject Real 300 K

Bears: Message Real 300 K

Bears: Polar Bears Real 300 K

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Credits

A National Wildlife Federation and Science North Presentation of a Primesco Film. Producers: Goulam Amarsy and James Marchbank. Director: David Lickley. Co-distributed by National Wildlife Federation and Primesco Distribution Inc. Distributed in Japan by Cinema Japan Co., Ltd. Co-Executive Producers: Christopher N. Palmer and Ed Capelle. Editor: James Lahti. Writer: Alexander Low. Narrator: Tyrone Benskin Composer: Violane Corradi, with feature song by Lyle Lovett.

Reviews

BMZ Reviews:

Oh My By Ross Anthony

BMZ Review of BEARS By Herb Lash

Outside Reviews:

"Bears" By Melissa Maerz, City Pages

"Bears, Bears Everywhere " By Laurel Graeber, New York Times

"Bears Review" By Diane Urbani, Deseret News

"'Bears' gets close as you can (without running)" By Arthur Salm, Union-Tribune

"'Bears' keeps focus simple" By Margaret A. McGurk, The Cincinnati Enquirer

BMZ User Reviews

Rating: Fair
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