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Blue Ant Int’l rolls out 4K wildlife slate

Distributor Blue Ant International is rolling out a slate of 4K nature and wildlife docuseries, including The Big Feed (pictured), Volcanos, Land of the Gremlins and Arctic Secrets.
March 16, 2015

Distributor Blue Ant International is rolling out a slate of 4K nature and wildlife docuseries, including The Big Feed (pictured), Volcanos, Land of Gremlins and Arctic Secrets.

In addition to previously announced titles Lewa Diaries (6 x 60 minutes) and Nomads of the Serengeti (5 x 60 minutes), the roster of 4K original programming includes the tentatively titled The Big Feed (13 x 30 minutes), which examines the challenges of feeding animals at the zoo, as well as Volcanos (w/t; 4 x 60 minutes), on various volcanos around the world.

Elsewhere, Blue Ant International is also launching Land of Gremlins (w/t; 3 x 60 minutes), on the creatures native to Madagascar, and Arctic Secrets (w/t; 5 x 60 minutes), which follows a journey to remote Arctic landscapes.

The Toronto-based distributor’s catalog includes Paranormal Survivor, Cabin Truckers, Great Lakes Wild and Rebel Without a Kitchen.

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