Coming to National Geographic Wild tomorrow, Friday, December 14:

Neil Gelinas

Tribeca 2018

Select Festivals:
Sheffield, Mountainfilm, Warsaw, Virginia, Los Cabos, Tahoe

An expedition through Botswana’s biodiverse Okavango Delta.

One of the last few areas of pristine wetland wilderness, the Okavango Delta is home to a diverse range of animal species. Concerned that the freshwater rivers that sustain the habitat are under threat, South African conservation biologist Steve Boyes gathers a team to explore the Cuito River over a 121 days. As shown in Gelinas beautifully lensed chronicle of their voyage, not all goes to plan, with obstacles of all types emerging, from a dried up river to an angry hippopotamus. Still, along the way, the group makes discoveries both promising and worrying, lending an urgent note to this well-made project.


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