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Earth (2007 film) - Wikipedia Earth is a 2007 nature documentary film which depicts the diversity of wild habitats and creatures across the planet. The film begins in the Arctic in January of one ...

Earth (2007 film) - Wikipedia Earth is a 2007 nature documentary film which depicts the diversity of wild habitats and creatures across the planet The Age Of The Earth The film begins in the Arctic in January of one year and moves southward concluding in Antarctica in the December of the same year Along the way it features the journeys made by three particular speciesthe polar bear African bush elephant and humpback whaleto highlight the threats to their survival in the face of rapid environmental change A companion piece to the 2006 BBCDiscovery television series Planet Earth the film uses many of the same sequences though most are edited differently and features previously unseen footage Earth was codirected by Alastair Fothergill the executive producer of the television series and Mark Linfield the producer of Planet Earths From Pole to Pole and Seasonal Forests episodes It was coproduced by BBC Natural History Unit and Greenlight Media with Discovery providing some of the funding It was also the first film released under the Disneynature label The same organisations collaborated on Fothergills previous film Deep Blue 2003 itself a companion to his 2001 television series on the natural history of the worlds oceans The Blue Planet The British version of Earth was narrated by Patrick Stewart and the US version was narrated by James Earl Jones Earth was released in cinemas internationally during the final quarter of 2007 and throughout 2008 3 With total worldwide box office revenue exceeding 100 million Earth is the secondhighest grossing nature documentary of all time 2 A sequel titled Earth One Amazing Day is scheduled for release on 1 August 2017 It makes its world premiere in Beijing 4 Contents 1 Plot 2 Themes 3 Production 4 Release 5 Regional differences 6 Reception 6 1 Critical response 6 2 Box office 7 Further reading 8 References 9 External links Over the course of a calendar year Earth takes the viewer on a journey from the North Pole in January to the South in December revealing how plants and animals respond to the power of the sun and the changing seasons The film focuses on three particular species the polar bear African bush elephant and humpback whale Starting in the high Arctic in January as the darkness of winter gives way to the sun a mother polar bear is shown emerging from her den with two new cubs She needs food and must lead her cubs to her hunting ground on the sea ice before it begins to break up By April the sun never sets and by August all the sea ice has melted The mother and cubs have retreated to dry land but a male polar bear is trapped at sea and must seek out land by swimming He reaches an island with a walrus colony but is too exhausted to make a successful kill He dies from injuries sustained in a walrus attack African bush elephants are filmed from the air as they negotiate a dust storm in the Kalahari Desert June is the dry season and they must follow ancient paths passed down through generations to reach watering holes A mother and calf are separated from the herd in the storm but manage to reach shelter The matriarch leads the herd to a temporary watering hole but they must share it with hungry lions and scavenger whitebacked vultures The lions are shown attacking a solitary elephant at night when their superior vision gives them the upper hand The herd times its arrival at the Okavango Delta to coincide with seasonal floodwaters which transform the desert into a lush water world A humpback whale mother and calf are filmed from the air and underwater at their breeding grounds in the shallow seas of the tropics There is nothing here for the mother to eat so she must guide her calf on a 4000mile 6400 km journey south to the rich feeding grounds near Antarctica the longest migration of any marine mammal En route they navigate dangerous seas where great white sharks are filmed breaching as they hunt Sea lions and sailfish and dolphins combine to bait a shoal of small fish By October they enter polar waters and by December the Antarctic sun has melted the sea ice to form sheltered bays Here the whales are shown feeding on krill by trapping them in bubble nets The stories of these individual creatures are woven into the film alongside a great many additional scenes The supporting cast of animals include mandarin ducklings filmed jumping from their tree hole nest Arctic wolves hunting caribou cheetah hunting Thomsons gazelle elephants charge at whitebacked vulture birds of paradise displaying in the New Guinea rainforest Adelie penguins in the Antarctic and demoiselle cranes on their autumn migration across the Himalayas Timelapse photography is used to show the blossoming of spring flowers seasonal changes to deciduous forests clouds sweeping up Himalayan valleys and the growth of jungle spores and fungi The narration is woven around the theme of anthropogenic environmental change The three species it features are used to illustrate particular threats to the planets wildlife In the Arctic rising temperatures are causing a greater area of sea ice to melt and threatening the polar bear with extinction as early as 2030 Global warming is also disrupting the planets weather systems and making seasonal rainfall patterns less predictable This poses a threat to creatures like elephants which must travel greater distances to reach water Rising ocean temperatures have started to kill the plankton on which humpback whales and most other sea life depend The film ends with the message that its not too late to make a difference Of all the planets in our universe there is only one we know can support life Just the right distance from its sun with a perfect climate its been called the lucky planet All life on Earth is built on chance and powered by the Sun but the delicate balances of our world are faltering as the planet struggles to support our growing demands This is the time to take stock of what we have and what we stand to lose  Excerpt from opening narration Productionedit Earth was produced by Alix Tidmarsh of BBC Worldwide and Sophokles Tasioulis of Greenlight Media Following Deep Blue it is the second film of a fivepicture deal between the two companies The process of bringing Planet Earth and Earth to the screen took over 5 years With a budget of 47 million the film was the most expensive production in the history of documentary filmmaking at the time later to be surpassed by Oceans 5 Principal photography began in 2004 and was completed in 2006 Releaseedit Earth received its world premiere at Spains San Sebastian International Film Festival in September 2007 It was released across Europe in the fourth quarter of 2007 and early 2008 to much success In April 2008 it was announced that Earth would be the first feature released by Disneynature a newly formed film unit of the Walt Disney Studios and partnership with Walt Disney Pictures specializing in natural history documentaries since TrueLife Adventures 6 The film was released in the US on April 22 2009 with James Earl Jones narrating in place of Patrick Stewart Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures also handled distribution in Canada and Latin American countries 7 Outside of those territories the films distribution rights were sold to various independent distributors including Lionsgate in the U The Age Of The Earth K and Australia Gaumont in France and Universum Film AG in Germany 8 Regional differencesedit In addition to replacing Patrick Stewart with James Earl Jones as a narrator the U S version uses a more dramatic soundtrack and runs only 90 minutes compared to the original cuts 99 minutes Receptionedit Critical responseedit Rotten Tomatoes reported that 87 of critics gave the film positive reviews based on 91 reviews the second highest score of all the Disneynature films behind Monkey Kingdom which has a score of 93 with an average score of 7 2 out of 10 Its consensus stated With its spectacular and extensive footage Earth is both informative and entertaining 9 Another review aggregator Metacritic which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 top reviews from mainstream critics gave an average score of 72 being a generally favorable review based on 26 reviews 10 Box officeedit On its first day of release in the US Earth opened at 1 grossing 4023788 from 1810 theaters For its first weekend it opened at 5 grossing 8825760 as well as 14472792 over the fiveday period Despite dropping to 7 the next weekend taking in 4340235 it took in 12017017 over the previous week including Sunday and ending up with a twoweek total of 22004284 It closed on July 30 2009 after 100 days of release ending up with a final gross of 32011576 making it a modest success in the US Earth picked up an additional 76931115 at the international box office It took over 30 million in Germany alone became one of the three highestgrossing films of the year in France and had the best opening of any natural history documentary in Spain By contrast in the UK Earth debuted on just 14 screens and amassed less than £75000 in ticket sales In January 2008 the Japanese version of Earth narrated by actor Ken Watanabe knocked Hollywood blockbuster I Am Legend off the top of the box office despite opening on half the number of screens It went on to gross more than 2 billion yen 18 5 million making it the most successful documentary there of the last 10 years Its worldwide total of 108942691 made Earth a commercial success and placed it second on the alltime list of highestgrossing nature documentaries behind March of the Penguins Further readingedit Nature filmmaking Ready for their closeup from The Independent Screen giants of Earth the years biggest film from The Daily Telegraph Earth press book from the Greenlight Media website Referencesedit httpwww bbfc co ukreleasesearth20070 a b Earth 2009 Box Office Mojo Retrieved 20100515   Earth 2007 Release dates IMDb com Retrieved 20090621   BBC Earth Films launches Earth One Amazing Day in China BBC News 3 August 2017   Earth Vision and the art of persuasion HomeboyMediaNews Retrieved 20090621   Eller Claudia Dawn C Chmielewski 22 April 2008 Disney gets back to nature Los Angeles Times Retrieved 20 April 2014   Earth 2009 Box Office Mojo Retrieved 20140419   Mitchell Wendy 13 February 2007 Lionsgate strikes UK and Australia deal for BBCs Earth Screen Daily Retrieved 20 April 2014   Earth 2009 Movie Reviews Pictures Rotten Tomatoes Retrieved 20090526   Earth2009 Reviews Metacritic Retrieved 20090526   External linksedit Official website at Disney com Earth on IMDb Earth at the TCM Movie Database

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