When the animals upon whom his clan depend for their survival disappear, brave young Markussi sets out with his friends Putulik and Apik and their adorable lemming sidekick Kimi to restore the natural balance of the environment and save their people. Canada's first animated 3D feature is an expansive, gorgeous-looking adventure that testifies to the power of hope, the strength of friendship and the value of traditional culture.
National Geographic takes us into the wild with these two remarkable nature documentaries.
In this marvelously animated 3D feature, a lovelorn cinema projectionist and his madcap inventor friend set out to track down the "monster" that has been terrorizing the City of Lights — but when they discover that the beast is far less fearsome then he appears, they resolve to protect the creature from a corrupt police chief with nefarious political ambitions.
220 million years ago, winged creatures the size of giraffes ruled the skies. Famed naturalist David Attenborough explores the age of the pterosaurs as National Geographic brings these amazing creates back to life in stunning 3D.
Dolly the dolichorhynchops (say that one three times fast!) must escape being a meal for all manner of giant underwater dinosaurs, in this blend of live action and computer animation, documentary and adventure.
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