Penguins Trailer #2 Follows Disneynature’s Real-Life Journey of Steve the Penguin





While Disneynature celebrates 10 years of existence for the first time in a feature film, his most recent conservation initiative is linked to this one at the next big-screen adventure Penguins was revealed today. For each ticket sold starting the opening week (April 17-23, 2019), Disneynature will donate to the Wildlife Conservation Network (WCN) to protect penguins in the southern hemisphere.

Founded in 2002, WCN invests in a small network of environmental advocates in the field, including leading penguin experts such as the Global Penguin Society (GPS). World leader in the scientific conservation of penguins, GPS promotes specific programs in harmony with the conservation mission of Disneynature.

"For example, one of our goals is to track different species of penguin movements on four continents to the south," said GPS founder and president, Dr. Pablo Borboroglu. Penguins travel thousands of miles to migrate and forage for food. What they encounter during their travels determines their survival, affects the viability of their species and guides science and conservation measures. We are also dedicated to cleaning beach plastics, breeding areas and seas that impact penguin populations. Beach clean-up campaigns around penguin colonies in some coastal areas will help ensure safe and healthy habitat for penguins. "

" Disneynature has an amazing platform, "said Charles Knowles, president and co-founder of WCN." They manage to reach a global audience in a way that we can hardly understand. They are particularly well placed to tell the true story of penguins and the challenges they face. By teaming up with Disneynature, which is so closely aligned with our own mission, we are able to communicate in a unique way about the species we care about. "

" The Antarctic is one of the few areas of the world that most people will never have the opportunity to see for themselves, "said Roy Conli, one of the producers of Penguins . " It's one of the most remote and harshest environments on Earth, but its beauty is breathtaking. Cultivating an understanding and appreciation of the region, the surrounding oceans and the animals that live there is essential for the future of our planet. That's one of the reasons why I like to share the story of Steve, a penguin who works so hard to flourish in this world and who is doing his part for the generation to come. "

Capturing the magnificent images of Penguins A team composed of the world's best polar experts, has moved to four different locations over the past three years years, for a total of nearly 900 days of shooting.The winds have exceeded 150 km / h while the directors were on site.Their efforts have resulted in the extraordinary story of Steve who promises to charm the public of the whole world., "says Conli." It's hard not to tell that guy. "

Penguins will be the first ever Disneynature film published in IMAX ®. The film will be digitally remodeled in the image and quality sound of IMAX EXPERIENCE® with the proprietary IMAX DMR® (Digital Re-Mastering) technology. The brand new feature film by Disneynature Penguins is a new story about a Adelie penguin named Steve, who joins millions of other men in the icy spring of the year. Antarctica in order to build a suitable nest, find a life partner and start a family. None of this is easy for him, especially since he is targeted by everything from killer whales to leopard seals, which threaten him without any discomfort. The film crew behind "Bears" and "Chimpanzee," Disneynature's " Penguins " opens in the country's cinemas and selects IMAX® theaters from Wednesday, April 17, 2019.

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Celebrating 10 Years Since His First American Theatrical Feature, Earth Disneynature brings together the best filmmakers in the world to share a wide variety of wildlife stories on the big screen to inspire, inspire and educate theater audiences everywhere. Walt Disney pioneered the production of wildlife films, producing 13 True-Life Adventure movies between 1948 and 1960, earning him eight Academy Awards®. Disneynature's Seven Disappearing Films Earth Oceans Cats of Africa Chimpanzee Bears Kingdom of the Monkeys and born in China – ranked among the top 10 full-length feature films to date, with the winning film Chimpanzee a record opening weekend the kind. Penguins which will open on April 17, 2019, is the eighth release of the film. Disneynature's commitment to conservation is an essential pillar of the label and the films make the difference. Thanks to donations related to the attendance of his films the first week, Disneynature has contributed to many conservation initiatives.

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