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Major copro ‘Life Force’ launches at MIPCOM

A factual series from NHK, NHNZ, France Télévisions, Science Channel and Animal Planet was launched at MIPCOM. Life Force aims to blend wildlife photography with cinematic narrative and science to deliver what NHNZ has coined 'evolutionary drama.' The six one-hour episodes will examine why animals in six environments evolved in unique ways. It took over two years to film the series, with Japanese and New Zealand crews working to catch amazing behavior on camera.
October 6, 2010

A factual series from NHK, NHNZ, France Télévisions, Science Channel and Animal Planet was launched at MIPCOM. Life Force aims to blend wildlife photography with cinematic narrative and science to deliver what NHNZ has coined ‘evolutionary drama.’ The six one-hour episodes will examine why animals in six environments evolved in unique ways. It took over two years to film the series, with Japanese and New Zealand crews working to catch amazing behavior on camera.

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