The Marlin is the biggest, fastest, and most dangerous gamefish in the sea. They top speeds of 60 miles per hour on migrations that can span 9,000 miles. The largest can weigh over 1,000 pounds. Hemingway immortalized them in "The Old Man and the Sea." Award-winning filmmaker, Rick Rosenthal, spend two years traveling the globe in a quest to document the lives of these awe-inspiring predators.
This is the story of a giant among fish, narrated by the renowned British naturalist David Attenborough. Few people have seen, let alone filmed it in the wild. For marine biologist and wildlife cameraman Rick Rosenthal, documenting the bluefin was the ultimate challenge. Join him as he sets off to uncover its secrets, while documenting its place in the grand scheme of the vast marine ecosystem.
David Attenborough takes us into the remarkable lives of hummingbirds via stunning slow motion photography. Everything about these tiny birds is superb and extreme. They have the highest metabolism, fastest heart beat and most rapid wing beat in the avian world. They evolved to feed on flowering plants but are now a crucial part of wider ecosystems. How do they mate, raise their young, and live?
The landmark natural history series returns presented by David Attenborough. Oceans as we've never known them. Shorelines we thought we'd explored. Depths we thought we'd charted. Seas we thought we knew. Think again. In the last decade, more species have been discovered than ever before. Blue Planet II takes viewers on a voyage like no other. Featuring music by Hans Zimmer.
In the fiery beginnings of our young solar system, worlds were born and obliterated. A young sun vented its rage. Chaos reigned. How did Earth survive against all odds? This eye-opening film tracks the perilous path our planet took in its early years through advanced computer graphics. How did Earth become a living planet? What are our chances of finding other worlds that are truly Earth-like?
HMS Ballantrae is an ageing battleship known as "Gift Horse." Brought out of retirement during the Second World War, she is assigned the job of leading an attack on an important enemy base. Although the crew is initially skeptical about "Gift Horse' and its capabilities, they must fight as best they can to triumph.
Cohen Film Collection introduces this crime classic. Army buddies Ted Peters and Dave Robinson return to London after World War II. Peters gets an honest job as a taxi driver, working a night shift to save money for his wedding. But he gets caught up with a gang operating out of a dance hall.
This breathtaking series aims at discovering why two very different regions of the planet, very far away from each other, are so rich in biodiversity. Central America is a strip of land connecting two large land masses, a small region with an extraordinary natural richness. The Iberian Peninsula is the most bio-diverse region in Europe, acting as an umbilical cord between Africa and Europe.
Sir Ben Kingsley stars as Mohandas Gandhi in Lord Richard Attenborough's riveting biography of the man who rose from simple lawyer to worldwide symbol of peace and understanding. A critical masterpiece, GANDHI is an intriguing story about activism, politics, religious tolerance and freedom. But at the center of it all is an extraordinary man who fought for a nonviolent, peaceful existence, and ..
More than 50 million years ago, the ancestors of the Whales and other Cetaceans adapted to living in the ocean. This might seem like a backward step: how could a mammal breathe, give birth, suckle its young, sleep and feed underwater? Nonetheless, they succeeded in conquering the depths of the whole planet. To survive, they developed mysterious means of communication and new hunting techniques.
From the Emmy-winning "Masterpiece Classic" series comes this dramatization of E. Nesbit's classic novel about three children whose lives change forever after they move to a Yorkshire cottage near a railway line.
Explore the history of life from its humble beginnings as single-celled organisms, to its great blossoming and proliferation, which took place over the course of eons. With the help of state of the art computer graphics, the world's foremost paleontologists and biologists help unravel the greatest mysteries of life.
At a British Regimental party in Colonial India, the widow of Captain Scarlett is assaulted in the garden, and she accuses one of the newly arrived junior Lieutenants of the crime.
Islands can be home to the most extreme examples of life, as nature evolves in the most dramatic way. Sometimes isolated for hundreds of thousands of years, pockets of individuals adapt to survive, fueling a rapid and continuous evolution of new species. With the protection of surrounding ocean, each island is a completely unique habitat for the plants and animals who call them home.