Celebrate the Beauty of Nature with One Life

We have some great news! The amazing animal documentary One Life will be released in theaters on March 23, 2012 for a limited time. If you love nature and animals, you’ll love this movie. With stories about the big and small, fighting and compassion, love and survival, who can resist the chance to see this movie on the big screen!

So what is it all about?

Three Cheetahs prowling savanna

Three Cheetahs prowling savanna. Photo Credit: dv / Photolibrary


Over five billion years, life on Earth has evolved into the incredible richness and variety we see today. ONE LIFE is a celebration of the most brilliant and imaginative stories of survival from the natural world. Cutting- edge cinematic techniques capture unprecedented and astonishingly beautiful sequences of animal behaviour and ingenuity.


The story of ONE LIFE takes us from birth through to the creation of the next generation – then takes us one step further – revealing that, whether we have wings or flippers, eight legs or two, the triumphant story of life connects us all.

komodo dragon by Kevin Flay

Komodo Dragon Photo Credit: Kevin Flay

Alliance Films


If you miss the chance to see it in theatres, don’t fret! You can pick up the DVD on April 10, 2012.

Earth Rangers is a non-profit organization that works to inspire and educate children about the environment. At EarthRangers.com kids can play games, discover amazing facts, meet animal ambassadors and fundraise to protect biodiversity.
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    ReCha0917 says:

    That sounds interesting but also kind of sad because the an I’m or animals might get killed by or editors or just by old age and sickness


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