31 Mar 2009
On Earth Day ñ 22nd April ñ Walt Disney’s new eco-film label Disneynature, launched its first feature-length film ‘Earth’.
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On Earth Day ñ 22nd April ñ Walt Disney’s new eco-film label Disneynature, launched its first feature-length film ‘Earth’. Narrated by James Earl Jones, this family-friendly 90-minute documentary is an unforgettable true-life adventure. It tells the remarkable story of three animal families, polar bears, humpback whales and elephants, who are struggling to survive in our planet’s changing world.
‘Earth’ combines rare action, unimaginable scale and impossible locations by capturing the most intimate moments of our planet’s wildest and most elusive creatures.
A joint project between Disney and the acclaimed creative team behind ‘Planet Earth’, Director Alastair Fothergill and Co-Director Mark Linfield, the film has a very strong environmental message.
‘Most of us live in cities and it’s quite hard for someone to understand that by turning on an electricity switch they are actually affecting wilderness like this,’ says Alastair. ‘If we make changes together we have great power.’
Disney’s Earth opens in cinemas on April 22, 2009.
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