Brett Morgen’s critically-acclaimed documentary about chimpanzee expert Dame Jane Goodall. JANE is based on over 100 hours of footage shot by Goodall’s ex-husband Hugo van Lawick, and is narrated by the scientist herself. Premieres 10/20/17.
“In 2040, you will be able to sail over the North Pole.” Fisher Stevens’ documentary about Leonardo DiCaprio’s three-year journey to enlighten himself about climate change is currently available on National Geographic’s YouTube channel for free.
A humorous look at the professional life of animal photographer Joel Sartore. Sartore is currently working on National Geographic’s Photo Ark – he’s trying to photograph the world’s 12,000 captive species to raise awareness about endangered animals.
National Geographic and Canon’s Tales By Light is a six episode 4K TV miniseries focusing on the insights and work of five of the best Aussie photographers: Art Wolfe, Krystle Wright, Darren Jew, Peter Eastway and Richard I’Anson.
National Geographic caught up with a giant Amazon river turtle in South America, and strapped a camera to its back. Let’s go for a ride with this majestic, endangered beast as it interacts with others of its species.
Nat Geo’s Megafactories looks at the production of the Nissan GT-R, the auto industry’s unicorn: an excellent supercar that’s boxy, heavy, mass produced and significantly cheaper than its closest competitors.
National Geographic offers a fascinating series of videos that showcase young men from Sudan and their cultural observations of America, as they are introduced to it for the first time. (Thanks Tyler!)