Serengeti: The Adventure | Free Documentary Nature
The Serengeti, East Africa’s eternal paradise, with its endless expanses and wild animals, makes one feel as though evokes a sense of having arrived in an apparently peaceful corner of the world.
Nature filmmaker Reinhard Radke spent more than two years in the land of the Massai and captured breathtaking images. The documentary accompanies the animal filmmaker at work on his new cinema film “Serengeti” in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania and illustrates the conditions and the difficulties that can arise when making animal films of this scope and the possibilities provided by state-of-the-art film technology.
Particularly the unique, super slow motion footage
enables zoologists to partake in new fields of research. On the other hand, modern technology is also susceptible to faults and can therefore also hinder the work of an animal filmmaker.
Magnificent film of the wild nature in the African Serengueti and thanks to offer us these moments to apreciate the great animal’s migration on earth. Good job and congratulations🐵🐒🦁🐅🐴🐮🐂🐎🐗🐐🐘🦃🐦🐊🐢🐸🐍🐟🏞🌍📽📷📸
Free Documentary you are doing a documentary about making a documentary.. very creative
Thank you guys ..really awesome….these guys must love what they do …and when one get something for free one do not complain…Greetings from Cape Town
I want to learn about animals…not about how humans record them!
i thought this was a documentary about animals not the filmmakers
The title should be ” Behind the Scenes of Shooting a Nature Documentary ” 🎥
Can you please avoid showing humans, I thought this was about animals. Very annoying
Just more film of animals being killed…I’d like to see the lives studied of some of the species and habitats. Filmmakers seem to think that there has to be “action” all the time, I don’t know, it just gets redundant to me, (and depressing).
These picture’s have been on every Doc I’ve ever seen I think ?
This is narrated like a cheesy safety video from the 90’s you’d be forced to sit through at work.
the wildebeest 2000 fps footage is a killer