Galapagos: Hope For The Future
2 x 60' or 1 x 60' or 1 x 90'
'Galapagos: Hope for the Future' is a beautiful portrait of the Ecuadorian archipelago and its unique nature. The film boasts striking images of unspoiled nature and extraordinary species, such as the Galapagos penguins, hammerhead sharks, blue footed boobies and the largest tortoises in the world. The Galapagos is, like the rest of the world, threatened by climate change. The film highlights another side of the Galapagos, one where humans better understand and respect the significance of the animals and environment. It tells the hopeful story of passionate researchers who are committed to protect and conserve this special, but fragile, ecosystem. 'Galapagos: Hope for the Future' takes you on an inspiring journey towards a sustainable future.
Feature Length version is narrated by Ronan Keating
2 x 60' , 1 x 60' , 1 x 90'
|Conversation In Practice (60'''' Cutdown)
||Hope For The Future (Feature Length)
||The New Beginning (60'' Blue Chip)
|The Hidden Paradise (60'' Blue Chip)