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Let's get to Disney nature you've heard of Disney Channel Disney family Disney pictures.
But Disney nature is a division of Disney that's releasing its very first film to the US tomorrow.
Disney earth uses state of the art cameras I thought it's unbelievable special equipment to follow three animal families across the world.
These types of movies may be environmentally friendly but will -- -- be investor friendly as well that of course concerns us here at the business -- here with us.
-- co director Emmy award winner Alastair for offered no good to see Alastair thanks for coming -- -- providing me now.
This is one of those areas were the technology has really created almost a new way of film making has -- particularly.
Advantageous for nature films -- the great breakthroughs for us was a new system which state.
-- this allowed us to film out of a mile up lined up in the sky very very high and still get the close -- we wanted without an anyway -- animals.
A classic example -- was wolves chasing down a caribou -- -- are very nervous animals on Chilean.
But we -- able to film a complete -- you nervous to be seen this before and Tommy from the you.
We're able to film poll that's out on the sea ice where you can never normally that's what we're looking at right now and remote locations and follow humpback whales in the roughest seas where you can never follow them -- -- have real breakthrough technology and and you know we picked.
Out some of the scripts here and some of the visuals and you're you're looking at the humpback whales this is a mother and a child humpback and there's your helicopter camera.
And -- I honestly if I'm Nat geo.
Animal Planet or.
You know you name it you're out there discovery I'm getting nervous that Disney's in this space right now after seeing this product and specifically and we have a clip.
Of birds of paradise making anything.
I -- that -- -- out of watching Mutual of Omaha hundred years ago at and whatnot I saw this mating dance it was something I had not seen before and it was absolutely spectacular.
Well we're filming Tom we had 2000 days in the field -- five is an accident -- schooled investment I'm not allowed us to film.
Extraordinary behaviors that route that you never see -- -- like these wonderful.
To the far side to this amazing -- on the rent cars little.
Look at these trying won the press -- now.
I -- when he turns -- stuff down saying she's having a look at him I'm in new suddenly turns on the wow look at that and let -- -- It's a lot of -- on feathers that -- -- extraordinary.
Iridescent blue image and that was filmed.
Right down in the rain forest full -- very little light.
On the special high definition cameras we use -- this is on the movie allowed as the film and the place where you never know to -- biffle because of the -- is down there on the now.
This is an extraordinary investment though some some investment that takes you know a year -- -- -- that these investments take 23 years.
In fact Disney now has a whole wind up plan of about four or five of these films read -- commission's six so far making another two off to the -- ended 2013.
Times and it is all they have made -- an enormous.
Financial commitment to getting this done they they must see great returns come.
Well and they -- relatively economic films to make them all parts of the Caribbean so that helps.
But I think that I think they've got the zeit -- -- -- I think that everybody is much more sensitive to environmental issues that much you know much closer to -- sort of things and I think these movies will appeal very much -- -- -- I want to show viewers one clip that just amaze me and it was involving a water hole where there were elephants.
Tiger's life but I -- -- and the elephants are on the elephant walk in desperate search of water and when they finally get to the water.
Hole the lions are already there and what you see during the day is completely different than what you see during the night and the showdown to me.
Was also something with night vision cameras I had never seen before.
Yeah we were filming -- infrared.
Sensitive cameras and big infrared lights now.
-- are pretty good night vision but would like us elephants have very bad light light vision not vision.
Only using the infrared Arab alliance that -- -- -- that I'm preparing now during the day the elephants have very much in college.
They can really tell -- -- the -- with a goat but that night.
In the darkness salons.
Take and it's a pretty frightening secret never been filmed before -- -- it's called Disney nature of the whole series of films congratulate you look wonderful work -- -- Fazio we'll be right back.
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