Africa: The Serengeti

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Released 1994

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Director:
George Casey
Released:
1994
Rating:
R
Africa: The Serengeti is a nature-inspired documentary film taken in Africa's largest animal sanctuary, the Serengeti plains. This is a 70mm film directed by George Casey and released in 1994 featuring the diversity of wildlife throughout the stretch of the vast Serengeti plain. It is the result of the one-year cinematography work shot in the East African continent, where more than 1.5 million animals take their once-a-year journey called, "The Great Migration". Once a year, drought occurs in Tanzania and forces animals to migrate to south-western Kenya, located north of Tanzania, where there is abundant vegetation to feed and reproduce. The film is narrated by actor James Earl Jones and tells how millions of animals including zebras, elephants, wildebeests, and antelopes travel for hundreds of miles amidst the lurking dangers of predators. It also follows how these migrating animals will later go back to their homes in Tanzania where plants begin to grow again and continue the endless cycle of migration.moreless

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