Featuring jaw-dropping HD/3D cinematography, stirring original music, and Africa's original rock star animals, Emmy Award-winning host Hunter Ellis takes viewers on an unforgettable safari that puts them up-close and personal with the wonders of Africa. With Hunter as your very own personal safari guide, you will run with a herd of graceful gazelles, travel in a hot air balloon to soar with high-flying birds, cross the wide-open plains in an elusive hunt to track down the nearly extinct African black rhino, and scramble up a steep mountain in the rain to meet a pack of gorillas in the mist.
Filmmaker Ben Stassen and cinematographer Sean MacLeod Phillips return to southern Africa for a whole new adventure.
Join an aerial odyssey across Australia's iconic landmarks of Uluru, the Great Barrier Reef, and Lake Eyre as we reveal how these unique environments affect the creatures who call them home.
Australian Safari is one of the highest rating documentaries David Ireland has ever produced. The film took nearly two years to make. This action packed film was shot in many locations around Australia, including: Deserts: Wetlands: The Tropical North: Mountain Ranges: Outback NSW and Cape York and the Great Barrier Reef.
Brand new ‘The Lion Man: Brand new ‘The Lion Man: African Safari' features Kiwi farm boy Craig Busch, an experienced self-taught "wild cat trainer", creates a haven for rare, endangered cats such as white Bengal Tigers, Barbary Lions and White Lions at a reserve near Johannesburg. Craig and a passionate band of animal-loving supporters heal desperately ill tigers, and attempt to track down unscrupulous rhino killers. He also seeks out like-minded animal experts and conservationists around the globe (including "Wolf Man" Shaun Ellis) to help with his cause. Along the way, he adopts and raises an orphaned White Lion cub named Jabula and lovingly hand-rears several Barbary Lion cubs. Craig travels across the world to begin a long struggle of enhancing the bloodlines of these rare cats to bring them back from the brink of extinction.