National Geographic's The Last Lions
The Last Lions is a documentary film created by Dereck and Beverly Joubert, award-winning photographers and film makers, to raise awareness about the need for lion conservation efforts in Africa. Fifty years ago, there were close to half-a-million lions in Africa…Today, there are approximately 20,000. This visually and emotionally powerful film, captured in Botswana's Okavango Delta at Duba Plains, documents the journey of a resilient lioness and her fight to protect her cubs from the myriad threats to their survival. In addition to their cinematographic success, Dereck & Beverly Joubert have spearheaded "The Big Cats Initiative" - an action-oriented international program to save the world's most extraordinary endangered predators.
The Last Lions has received well-deserved media coverage on the Today Show, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, National Public Radio, and in People and O Magazine. Make sure to experience what Entertainment Weekly describes as "stunning" footage, and The New York Times hails as "One of the most urgent and certainly among the most beautifully shot documentaries to hit the big screen in recent memory." Click here to find a theater location near you.
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