Thursday, October 18th, 2018
Our World

Our World

Ice Bound in Antarctica

Icebound in Antarctica Watch the video diary of a man who spent one year in Antarctica, 3,000 km away from any coast, with winds as strong as 300 km/h, temperatures as low as –50C°, and penguins which never left his side. Step behind the scene for a first-hand view of ...

Relaxing White Noise

Relaxing White Noise It is proven that having some ambient noise in the workplace leads to higher levels of productivity and boosts creativity. At night, ambient noise can lead to fewer interruptions in your sleep, and a good night of sleep is vital to maintaining good health. Let these ambient ...

Caviar Dreams

Caviar Dreams Caviar Dreams delves into the complex world of caviar, weaving a tapestry of tales that leaves you knowing more than you ever thought possible about this unique delicacy. Beyond the assumed glamour and luxury, we uncover a story of over-fishing, poaching, near extinction, and a quest for sustainability ...

Secret Migrations

Secret Migrations Every year, just above our heads, the pipistrelle bat, the painted lady butterfly, the Eleonora’s falcon and the Blackcap undertake mysterious migrations. These discreet journeys cover thousands of kilometers, and trigger puzzles that scientists are still trying to understand today. Some of these unknown migration paths bear witness ...

Men and Turtles

Men and Turtlest In Madagascar, the Comoros Islands, South Africa, Seychelles and Réunion, turtles are everywhere. In some places they are hunted, while in others they are protected. The various fates of these fascinating reptiles reveal some of the social, economic and cultural differences between these countries. Duration: 1 x ...

Siam, The Elephant

Siam, The Elephant Who could foretell Siam’s unique career? Born into a wild herd of elephants, slave in the fields, Siam later became the star at the Knie circus, in the cinema, and finally at the zoo of Paris! Stuffed upon its death, Siam has since grown «immortal»! Duration: 1 ...

The Original Whale Riders

The Original Whale Riders A scientist is invested with a major mission: to protect whales by studying their parasites! But establishing physical contact with these sea giants is a very dangerous mission. A whale weighs 40 tons and the pressure exercised by its fluke can knock out a diver, without ...

Empire of the Vineyard

Empire of the Vineyard Vineyards are almost invariably located on the «sunny side» of the world. The buds, leaves, branches, roots and even the shadows of the vines provide cover, breeding grounds, food and hunting territories. In autumn, when their fruit is ripe and juicy, vineyards attract a range of ...

Conversations with Dolphins

Conversations with Dolphins During one of his challenges, Adam Walker, a competitive long-distance swimmer, had the shock of his life when he realized he was being followed by a 5-meter great white shark. Panic-stricken, he began to head for the accompanying boat when a pod of dolphins arrived and chased ...

Chasing the Giant Croc

Chasing the Giant Croc Philippines – Agusan Marsh could well be one of the last paradises on earth. Its wetlands stretch over 50,000 hectares and are home to the Manobos, a small fishing tribal community that lives in floating houses. But in those waters lurks a man-eating monster – a ...

A Wolf’s Journey

A Wolf’s Journey Driven out of his pack, a young wolf has to face his fate alone and try to survive in a world ruled by man. Based on an incredible true story, A Wolf’s Journey tells the tale of the voyage of Slava, a lone wolf, rejected by his ...

Love is in the Wild

Love is in the Wild «Eat or be eaten» is not the only law in nature. All species, be they predators or prey, are eventually looking for the same thing: a partner to pair and give life… In other words: love. But as among humans, the path to it can ...

A Foxes’ Tale

A Foxes’ Tale One snowy day, in the heart of high altitude reserves, 5 fox cubs are born into a rocky chaotic world. Whereas they share the first careless months of their lives with the chamois, groundhogs and ibexes, come the end of summer, tensions are heightened. Not all of ...

War & Peace in the Countryside

War and Peace in the Countryside A positive and humorous insight into two opposing worlds and their radically different impact on the fauna of our countryside: on one side, an ecological farm and home and on the other, a conventional farm and house using chemical pesticides. An ambitious mini-series looking ...

Francis: The Pope from the New World

Francis: The Pope from the New World On March 13, 2013 the world was introduced to Pope Francis. He was the first Pope from the Americas, the first Jesuit, and the first to take the name Francis. Within days he had captured the hearts of the world through his gestures ...

The Francis Effect

The Francis Effect From the moment Pope Francis appeared on the balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica, he won the hearts of the village. Their humility, simplicity and closeness to the poor show a man deeply in contact with the gospel. His popularity has become enormous. It has begun a fundamental ...

Francisco: El Papa del Nuevo Mundo

Francisco: El Papa del Nuevo Mundo El 13 de marzo de 2013, el mundo conocio al Papa Francisco. Fue el primer Papa del continente Americano, el primer jesuita y el primero en tomar el nombre de Francisco. A los pocos días logro capturar los corazones del mundo a traves de ...

El Efecto Francisco

El Efecto Franciso Desde el momento en que el Papa Francisco apareció en el balcón de la Basílica de San Pedro, se ganó los corazones del pueblo. Su humildad, sencillez y cercanía con los pobres muestran a un hombre profundamente en contacto con el Evangelio. Su popularidad se ha vuelto ...

Leaders with Lacqua: Jose Ignacio Galan

Bloomberg series – Leaders with Lacqua: Jose Ignacio Galan Bloomberg’s Francine Lacqua sits down with the biggest names in industry and finance to discuss their views on current events of the financial world and their business strategies for future success. In this episode, Francine Lacqua speaks with the CEO and ...

Straws

Straws STRAWS is a powerful documentary about plastic pollution that inundate our waterways and oceans. The film illustrates how individuals, groups, and businesses around the globe are reducing plastic straw use through education, collaboration, policy development and utilization of non-plastic alternatives. Narrated by actor Tim Robbins For all licensing enquiries ...

Yosemite Wild

Yosemite Wild The iconic National Park, with its soaring granite walls and untamed wilderness is on fire. The low humidity of autumn draws rock climbers from all over the world; and simultaneously exposes the fragility of the wild ecosystem. Climbers band together to play in the park, and to act ...

Australia: The Wild North

BRAND NEW FOR 2018* – Australia: The Wild North * No trailer/screener available yet Far Northern Australia is a land of extremes. Huge bushfires ravage the ancient landscape in the dry season and the world’s biggest thunderstorms bring torrential rain and flooding in the wet season. These almost Jurassic conditions ...

Everglades From the Air

Everglades From the Air The Everglades, the largest wilderness east of the Mississippi. This unique film discovers the elements that make the Everglades what they are, from the people that live on the wilderness to the threatened wildlife that calls it home. Utilising the very best in aerial photography this ...

Aircraft Carrier: Guardian of the Seas

Aircraft Carrier: Guardian of the Seas The mission to protect and defend the world’s oceans has become far more complex and challenging in recent years, and naval aviation has become increasingly vital to success. One of the greatest engineering feats in naval maritime history, the modern Nimitz-class carrier is a ...

Transamazonica

Transamazonica Environmental destruction; economic degradation; cultural dissolution – though these topics dominate the media, they are often ignored in the one place where they wreak the greatest damage. The Amazon. Adventurer and film-maker Reza Pakravan joins journalist Phillippa Stewart to investigate the perils faced by the Amazon, and to experience ...

Breaking Point

Breaking Point “One of the worst ecological disaster in U.S. history is rapidly approaching, a casualty of the drought and “water wars” in the Southwest. California’s largest lake – the Salton Sea in the Sonoran desert – is disappearing. Breaking Point examines the history of the Salton Sea, the missed ...

Wonders of the Arctic

Wonders of the Arctic Our ongoing quest to explore and come to terms with the Arctic is presented in the context of the crucial role that ice plays in the north. Ice is to the Arctic as trees are to the rainforest. It is the underpinning of the ecosystem, the ...

The Next Shale Revolution

The Next Shale Revolution The meteoric rise of shale over the past 2 decades has transformed the U.S. energy landscape and sent ripples through global markets. And it shows no signs of slowing down. From the big oil behemoths to the nimble but dominant players in the controversial space, this ...

Lube Job

Lube Job Produced by two veteran journalists, Lube Job uncovers the oil and gas industries role in what could be one of the greatest environmental catastrophes in modern times, an ecological tragedy that threatens to eradicate much of southern Louisiana, including its revered fishing trade and age-old way of life. ...

Pretty Slick

Pretty Slick Pretty Slick visits locals across four Gulf states documenting the largest man-made environmental disaster in U.S. history. Director Fox investigates the cleanup effort and conducts his own independent water tests to determine toxicity levels. The results show that public safety takes a backseat to a tourist-based economy and ...

The Hungry Tide

The Hungry Tide The Hungry Tide shows clearly the tragic impact of climate change on Kiribati, one of the first countries to disappear, and exposes the stark global inequalities driving the global warming phenomenon. Told through the story of Maria Tiimon, a prominent advocate for the rights of Pacific Islanders, ...

The Opposition

The Opposition In a David-and-Goliath battle over a slice of Papua New Guinea paradise, Joe Moses, leader of the Paga Hill Settlement, struggles to save his 3,000 people before they are evicted. Battling it out in the courts, Joe may find his community replaced with a fivestar hotel and marina. ...

How to Change the World

How to Change the World In 1971, a group of friends sail into a nuclear test zone, and their protest captures the world’s imagination. Using never before seen archive that brings their extraordinary world to life, How To Change The World is the story of the pioneers who founded Greenpeace ...

Europe to the Stars

Europe to the Stars Released on the 50th anniversary of the European Southern Observatory, the documentary tells the story of discovering a mysterious Universe by designing, building and operating the most powerful ground-based telescopes on the planet. View screener HERE For all licensing enquiries and passwords, please contact us at: ...

Flowers and their Tactics

Flowers and their Tactics Not all is as it seems in the beautiful world of flowering plants. On the outside all is serene, colourful and tranquil, yet really each plant is in a fierce battle to survive; for the perfect location and to attract the most insects to reproduce. Filmed ...

Bergebylopet N70

Bergebylopet N70 650 km through Norway, above the Arctic Circle. Shot along the shores of Varanger Fjord, Bergebylopet N70 explores the most exciting long-distance sled-dog race in the world, showing to the viewer the amazing bond between the man and the dog in a challenging adventure they live together. For ...

Know It All

Know It All Science series aimed at younger audiences who aren’t usually targeted/represented by traditional science programming. We have 5 episodes each on Physics, Maths, Chemistry and Biology and compliment the ‘hard’ science with entertaining, off-beat sequences that make the core message more digestible. The tone is energetic, passionate and ...

Animal Anarchists

Animal Anarchists Natural History series aimed at younger audiences who are interested in nature but perhaps turned off by the authoritative tone of popular NH output. We look at a variety of creatures and organisms that have adopted unusual survival strategies. This is the Natural World laid bare; it is ...

Bringing It Home

Bringing It Home Tells the story of industrial hemp’s past, present and future through interviews with business leaders and entrepreneurs from all over the globe, historical images and media clips, and footage filmed in the US and Europe. The documentary aims to magnify dialogue about hemp in order to facilitate ...

The First World War: The War that Changed the Course of History

The First World War: The War that Changed the Course of History It was supposed to be the war to end all wars. This, of course, was not the case. Rest in peace to all those who died during WWI. For all licensing enquiries and passwords, please contact us at: ...

Flight of the Butterflies

Every winter, the remote and mountainous volcanic forests of Mexico are home to one of nature’s greatest gatherings – hundreds of millions of migrating monarch butterflies weathering the winter. For centuries this miracle was hidden from all but a few. When it was revealed to the world it was hailed ...

Wonders of the Arctic

Our ongoing quest to explore and come to terms with the Arctic is presented in the context of the crucial role that ice plays in the north. Ice is to the Arctic as trees are to the rainforest. It is the underpinning of the ecosystem, the foundation upon which the ...

New from ATO: Wildlife Special

The Hippo Supremacy Beginning in Africa, Zambia’s Luangwa river hippos are living the easy life, or so it seems. They are one of the heaviest creatures on Earth and life fluctuates between the serenity of sunbathing to the terrible brutality of dominance and aggression. This struggle puts a young hippo ...

Extreme Frontiers: Canada – Episode 1

Series One, Canada: An epic 10,300 mile trip crossing each of the 10 Canadian Provinces, 2 Frontiers, 3 Oceans and 4 Extreme Frontiers from East to West. ...

Extreme Frontiers: Canada – Episode 2

Series One, Canada: An epic 10,300 mile trip crossing each of the 10 Canadian Provinces, 2 Frontiers, 3 Oceans and 4 Extreme Frontiers from East to West. ...

Extreme Frontiers: Canada – Episode 3

Series One, Canada: An epic 10,300 mile trip crossing each of the 10 Canadian Provinces, 2 Frontiers, 3 Oceans and 4 Extreme Frontiers from East to West. ...

Extreme Frontiers: Canada – Episode 4

Series One, Canada: An epic 10,300 mile trip crossing each of the 10 Canadian Provinces, 2 Frontiers, 3 Oceans and 4 Extreme Frontiers from East to West. ...

Extreme Frontiers: Canada – Episode 5

Series One, Canada: An epic 10,300 mile trip crossing each of the 10 Canadian Provinces, 2 Frontiers, 3 Oceans and 4 Extreme Frontiers from East to West. ...

Extreme Frontiers: Canada – Episode 6

Series One, Canada: An epic 10,300 mile trip crossing each of the 10 Canadian Provinces, 2 Frontiers, 3 Oceans and 4 Extreme Frontiers from East to West. ...

Extreme Frontiers: Canada – Episode 7

Series One, Canada: An epic 10,300 mile trip crossing each of the 10 Canadian Provinces, 2 Frontiers, 3 Oceans and 4 Extreme Frontiers from East to West. ...

Extreme Frontiers: Canada – Episode 8

Series One, Canada: An epic 10,300 mile trip crossing each of the 10 Canadian Provinces, 2 Frontiers, 3 Oceans and 4 Extreme Frontiers from East to West. ...

Extreme Frontiers: Canada – Episode 9

Series One, Canada: An epic 10,300 mile trip crossing each of the 10 Canadian Provinces, 2 Frontiers, 3 Oceans and 4 Extreme Frontiers from East to West. ...

Extreme Frontiers: Canada – Episode 10

Series One, Canada: An epic 10,300 mile trip crossing each of the 10 Canadian Provinces, 2 Frontiers, 3 Oceans and 4 Extreme Frontiers from East to West. ...

Extreme Frontiers: South Africa – Episode 1

Series Two, South Africa: This intense, seven week expedition began by abseiling off Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain. From here, the series took us south to east and north to west, across the entire country, visiting the bush tribesmen of the Kgalagadi Desert. ...

Extreme Frontiers: South Africa – Episode 2

Series Two, South Africa: This intense, seven week expedition began by abseiling off Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain. From here, the series took us south to east and north to west, across the entire country, visiting the bush tribesmen of the Kgalagadi Desert. ...

Extreme Frontiers: South Africa – Episode 3

Series Two, South Africa: This intense, seven week expedition began by abseiling off Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain. From here, the series took us south to east and north to west, across the entire country, visiting the bush tribesmen of the Kgalagadi Desert. ...

Extreme Frontiers: South Africa – Episode 4

Series Two, South Africa: This intense, seven week expedition began by abseiling off Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain. From here, the series took us south to east and north to west, across the entire country, visiting the bush tribesmen of the Kgalagadi Desert. ...

Extreme Frontiers: South Africa – Episode 5

Series Two, South Africa: This intense, seven week expedition began by abseiling off Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain. From here, the series took us south to east and north to west, across the entire country, visiting the bush tribesmen of the Kgalagadi Desert. ...

Extreme Frontiers: South Africa – Episode 6

Series Two, South Africa: This intense, seven week expedition began by abseiling off Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain. From here, the series took us south to east and north to west, across the entire country, visiting the bush tribesmen of the Kgalagadi Desert. ...

Extreme Frontiers: USA – Episode 1

Series Three, USA: Starting in America’s most South Easterly frontier Hawaii, we go dangerously close to some of the world’s most active volcanoes, before cooling off overnight in a self-made snow hole on America’s highest peak - Mount McKinley in Alaska. ...