Blue Ant Int’l dives into “A Life Underwater”

Distributor Blue Ant International has picked up the 4K documentary Jago: A Life Underwater (pictured).
May 29, 2015

Distributor Blue Ant International has picked up the rights to the 4K documentary Jago: A Life Underwater (pictured).

Produced by Under Dog Films, the doc (1 x 60 minutes/90 minutes HD and 4K) follows an 80-year-old hunter based along the Sulawesi Sea in Borneo who “hobbles around on land” but is able to dive for his catch.

The film is directed by James Reed, who previously served as a field producer on Disneynature’s Chimpanzee as well as the programs Nature Shock and Shark.

The Toronto-headquartered distributor’s catalog includes such titles as Cabin TruckersThe Big Feed and Paranormal Survivor.

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