The Magic of Disneynature
BORN IN CHINA Arrives
On Blu-ray DVD August 29, 2017
International collaboration of the Chinese filmmaker Lu Chuan, American nature filmmakers Brian Leith and Phil Chapman, and Disney’s producer Roy Conli, make this an incredibly engaging, heartwarming and soul-wrenching at times movie. The life of a few animal families is streaming in front of our eyes, making us sigh, smile, shed tears and be left breathless and in owe acknowledging a hard work of the entire crew who dedicated months making this magical movie.
Disney is a longtime friend of International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). For over 15 years, the Disney Conservation Fund has provided vital funding for their work rescuing animals affected by disasters, IFAW youth education program and other IFAW programs.
This is one of the best movies done as a huge collaborative effort of Disneynature through the Conservation Fund making their contribution to World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to focus efforts that benefit wild pandas and snow leopards.
This movie will leave a memorable mark inside of you. The bonus features will take you deep into the China wilderness where the filming crews were positioned to catch those precious moments of wild animals that helped the Disney writers to tell a powerfully true story of the pandas, and monkeys, and snow leopards; all in a magical voice of John Krasinski.
You will celebrate some amazing features in the bonus material like the end-credit song “Everything Everything,” how the efforts by Disneynature and Disney Conservation have helped to make a difference around the globe, and observe some absolutely mesmerizing moments created by the wild animals during the filming. All extra material comes in the bonus section of this blu-ray DVD of BORN IN CHINA.
BORN IN CHINA provides a unique and intimate look at some of China’s most fascinating wildlife.
Just Watch This Magical Moment of Crane Chicks
to Get Inspired & Stay In Awe
BONUS FEATURES, Blu-ray & Digital
• Panda Suits & Bamboo Shoots – Join the team as they struggle through an almost impenetrable bamboo forest in an effort to capture footage of pandas in the wild.
• Walking with Monkeys – The shivering crew bundles up to film the adorable golden snub-nosed monkeys engaged in a surprisingly human activity.
Masters of Camouflage – Go behind the scenes as the filmmakers set out on a quest never before achieved: to find and film a snow leopard family in the wild.
• Wading Through Wetlands – A crew travels to far northeast China to catch the first moments of a red-crowned crane chick’s life.
“Everything Everything” Music Video Performed by American Authors – check out the full music video of American Authors end-credit song “Everything Everything.”
• Disneynature: Get Inspired, Get Involved –Join Disneynature and the Disney Conservation as they thank our audiences and the animals who star in the films for helping to make Disneynature and its conservation efforts a success.
Watch What It Takes To Shoot A Movie In the Wild!
Take a deeper look at pandas and some of the fascinating facts! You will find a lot of activity sheets for kids with fascinating materials for both teachers and homeschoolers. The provided link will give you some magical moments to watch and get acquainted with the animal families who star in the movie: panda family, snow leopard family, and monkey gazoodles of tribe and family ties.
Most of us will never see the mysterious wilderness of China, its mountains and rivers. Yet thanks to the magic done by Disneynature, we can learn and enjoy the magic of the real animal world from a far-away country. You will be drawn into the lives of three animal families – cuddly pandas, animated golden snub-nosed monkeys, and elusive snow leopards. Enjoy the journey that will take you on the rollercoaster of your own emotions and feelings. It did it for me.
Snub-Nosed Monkeys Love People!
Join the Efforts To Protect Wildlife Throughout the World
Get Your Copy of BORN IN CHINA
We watched this new blu-ray edition of Disneynature BORN IN CHINA film under the stars. We have a very quick set-up of movie screen and projector at our pool. Evenings are the best time to watch the movie!
Have Your Movie Night & Popcorn with BORN IN CHINA!
Join In Preservation of Wild Life Movement – Please RETWEET!
— Celebrate Woman (@DiscoverSelf) August 29, 2017