In the 1960s, National Geographic sent photographer/filmmaker Hugo van Lawick to film primatologist/conservationist Jane Goodall’s ground-breaking work with chimpanzees in Tanzania. He shot over 140 hours of extraordinary 16mm footage, which was then held in archives for decades – until now.
Brett Morgan’s documentary revives this incredible film and combines it with new music by Philip Glass to create something suitably epic. Featuring new interviews with Goodall, this is an unprecedented portrait of a trailblazer who changed how we saw the natural world.
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