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Posted by: In: 23 Sep 2014 0 comments

Two families of lemurs, the ringtailed in Berenty and the sifakas in Nosy Mangabe National Park, are going to guide us through their wonderful world in Madagascar Island. Their territory is threatened by deforestation and poaching, and so they have to look for a new home. This tough route will turn them into the leading characters of their own survival story.  These two families of lemurs will show us the most exclusive, extraordinary and endangered flora and fauna in the world. Giant chameleons, tiny reptiles with leaf-tail, brown lemurs living in Tsingy, which means where Man cannot walk barefoot or beautiful birds such as the cinnamon roller, will be the protagonists of this story about an extraordinary island....

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Posted by: In: 12 Mar 2014 0 comments

Gonzalo Guerrero, a Spanish soldier that by the whims of destiny became a Mayan leader in the sixteenth century, whose military training restrained the conquest of the Yucatan Peninsula for more than twenty years. We bring to consideration if he was a traitor or a hero. Chronicles of that period will discover a surprising truth, a love history that would end up uniting two worlds destined to face each other. He becomes the first European to form a family among the Mayan people. We will undertake a trip to the Mayan and Spanish societies during those exciting and complex times in which hunger, religious beliefs, honor and greed were mixed, writing tragic and heroic pages of History. Shipwrecks, conquerors, lost cities, pre-Columbian soldiers, millenarian cultures, arts, science and religion melt in this exciting story....

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Posted by: In: 21 Jan 2014 0 comments

35 millions year ago, an amazing story started. The biggest island in the world split up from the last leg of continental land.  The old creatures who inhabited there found themselves isolated by the ocean. Both, animals and landscape evolved throughout millions of years to create one of the most beautiful, unique and diverse ecosystems in the world. There is no place like this elsewhere. A unique window back to the past that takes us into the early days of our species. This is the story of how a single island turns into the last mammal’s sanctuary. This is the story of Australia....

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Posted by: In: 26 Sep 2013 0 comments

Through three emblematic cities, as Santiago de Cuba, Trinidad and Havana, which represent the South, the Center and the North of the island, we will follow the influence of the colonial History of Cuba. This Caribbean country hosts more monuments and UNESCO World Heritage sites than any other in the region. We will submerge into this mix of cultures that has originated its people, participating in the Carnival of Santiago or witnessing Santeria rituals in Trinidad to end up in Havana, a symbol that draws together the past and the present of a country that was the door of America during more than 400 years....

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Posted by: In: 12 Sep 2013 0 comments

From the dreams of fabulous wealth, which flooded the minds of Kings and villains since its discovery, to the controversial revolutions of the last century, Cuba has always been seen as a hidden paradise, a singular place where everybody wanted to go and still does. The mainstream tourist offer usually takes us to beautiful beaches close to luxurious resorts or to popular diving areas. It is mainly focused on relaxation and sport. But Cuba is much more than this. We invite you to a different trip, a fascinating journey through the Cuba of the 21st century. In the first episode we will travel to its villages to enjoy their landscapes and to meet its people to better know the peculiar story of this land and folks. In the second episode we will take you to explore the impressive wildlife of the island. We will go through its ecosystems, discover its virgin nature and explore the amazing flora and fauna which live under its surrounding warm seas....

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Posted by: In: 18 Feb 2013 0 comments

The series is composed by five documentary films created around the idea of the last hunters and the last communities that struggle to survive in the edge of globalization. An anthropological and magical approach to the relationship between humankind and nature, where the hunt takes an important and significant position....

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Posted by: In: 12 Feb 2013 0 comments

This documentary will take us to one of the most hostile habitats of the planet: the grand Sahara desert. The Tuaregs are also known as the “Blue Men” due to the colour adopted by their skin, soaked by the indigo used to dye their veils. They have always been feudal lords who dominated this immense territory. They assaulted caravans and controlled the routes. Travellers always feared them for their fierceness and ferocity. They are untamed people, impossible to subjugate. Their strict rules, where honour and hospitality are among the main ones, determine the life of their different tribes. We will travel next to the Madugu, who lead their salt caravans through the Tenere, a desert within a desert, also known as the “Anvil of the Sun”. We will know their customs, their beliefs and their way of life and we will discovery the challenges they face today to continue living as they have always done: with no borders or governments....

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Posted by: In: 13 Jan 2013 0 comments

A journey back through the most ancient history of Peru. Four thousand years before the Incas and the arrival of the Conquistadors, the Andes and the northern coast were the cradle of Peru’s earliest civilizations. This is known as the Formative Period, when the religious class began to build sanctuaries that became centers of learning that people traveled long distances to visit in search of knowledge of the best seasons to plant their crops or of the arrival the El Niño weather phenomenon. The Chavín, Caral, Ventarrón, Sechin and Cupisnique cultures reached surprising levels of technological development, with works like the Cumbemayo canals, of the Cajamarca culture, the largest work of hydrological engineering carried out in the ancient Americas....

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Posted by: In: 05 Dec 2012 0 comments

We have travelled to the remotest places all over the World We have submerged into the coldest waters We have survived the most inauspicious climates Our cameras have filmed unbelievable creatures Our filmmakers have shown amazing worlds. You can live all those feelings again with this complete selection of fillers about Nature and Anthropology produced by Explora Films. From the unexplored lands of the Madagascar jungles to the eternal steppes of Mongolia. From the astonishing traditions of the Hotis in the jungles of Venezuela to the curious flirting rituals of the Bororo mens in Niger. From the enigmatic Sadhus in India to the legendary Australian aborigines. We will travel from the frozen lands of South Georgia to the isolated Galapagos islands. We have travelled all around the world in search of the most shocking images and the most touching sequences in our planet. You can experience them all in this collection of fillers of our best wildlife and ethnography produced ...

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Posted by: In: 03 Oct 2012 0 comments

We journey through the north coast of Peru following the archeological remains of the Moche culture, which thrived from the 1st Century BC to the 6th Century AD. Starting from the colonial city of Trujillo, this documentary reveals to us everything that can be seen along this route covering the desert, the Pacific Ocean, and the Andes. We discover spectacular island landscapes, parched wastelands, forests, inlets, beaches, canyons, and perpetually snowy peaks. We visit cities steeped in history and small villages near the archeological digs, which unveil this mysterious land’s past since the dawn of time....

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