This spring, we feature award-winning films from the National Geographic Channel and independent filmmakers.
Photo Camp South Sudan 2014
Learn more about National Geographic Photo Camp, an outreach program that empowers youth to document their communities using photography, and meet some of the photographers and students who participated in last year’s Photo Camp in South Sudan. Click here to find out more.
Pandas: The Journey Home (3D)
In China, dedicated scientists work with pandas bred in captivity to re-introduce them to the wild. Presented as part of the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital (2014, 50 min)
Lions on the Edge
In Tanzania’s Ruaha National Park, a pride of hungry and thirsty lionesses and their cubs wait for prey during a time of drought. Presented as part of the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital (2010, 46 min)
Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous
Larger than T. rex, Spinosaurus was an aquatic giant. The story of its rediscovery after being lost in the rubble of World War II is almost as amazing as this dinosaur itself. (2014, 52 min)
This Emmy Award-winning Nat Geo WILD film celebrates the journey taken by all living things, from the moment they are born to that most important achievement: the successful delivery of their species’ next generation. (2013, 85 min)
Rise of the Black Pharaohs
Often overlooked by historians, a dynasty of pharaohs from modern-day Sudan ruled Egypt during the Kush Dynasty. (2014, 54 min)
Based on the best-selling book, this Emmy Award-winning National Geographic Channel film unravels the events surrounding the assassination of John F. Kennedy. (2013, 87 min)
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