Cinema Especiais

21 Wildlife Documentary Movies You Shouldn’t Avoid!

Wildlife is always something great to relax and enjoy while watching with your family. Some of them you should see for yourselves because they depict how urgent it is to protect the animals that live alongside us on this planet. These are some of their stories and how human interference damaged and continues to do so for all the remaining wildlife. I will not put them by order of preference, but I will recomend to every single reader of this article to start beginning this amazing journey. If you are a Planet Earth or Our Planet fan, these documentaries will make your day, or will make you sad about how humankind is treating these species.

Virunga (2014)

Duration: 100 min.

Directed by: Orlando von Einsiedel

Blackfish (2013)

Duration: 83 min.

Directed by: Gabriela Cowperthwaite

Review

The Cove (2009)

Duration: 92 min.

Directed by: Louie Psihoyos

Océans (2009)

Duration: 104 min.

Directed by: Jacques Perrin & Jacques Cluzaud

Terra (2015)

Duration: 98 min.

Directed by: Yann Arthus-Bertrand & Michael Pitiot

Grizzly Man (2005)

Duration: 103 min.

Directed by: Werner Herzog

Chimpanzee (2012)

Duration: 78 min.

Directed by: Alastair Fothergill & Mark Linfield

One Life (2011)

Duration: 85 min.

Directed by: Michael Gunton & Martha Holmes

România neîmblânzitã (Untamed Romania) (2018)

Duration: 92 min.

Directed by: Tom Barton-Humphreys

Earth (2007)

Duration: 90 min.

Directed by: Alastair Fothergill & Mark Linfield

Home (2009)

Duration: 92 min.

Directed by: Yann Arthus-Bertrand

Racing Extinction (2015)

Duration: 90 min.

Directed by: Louie Psihoyos

The Last Lions (2011)

Duration: 88 min.

Directed by: Dereck Joubert

La Marche de l’Empereur (March of the Penguins) (2005)

Duration: 80 min.

Directed by: Luc Jacquet

Bears (2014)

Duration: 78 min.

Directed by: Alastair Fothergill, Keith Scholey & Adam Chapman

The Meerkats (2008)

Duration: 83 min.

Directed by: James Honeyborne

Dolphin Reef (2020)

Dolphin Reef Critica de Cinema

Duration: 77 min.

Directed by: Keith Scholey

Review

African Cats: Kingdom of Courage (2011)

Duration: 89 min.

Directed by: Keith Scholey & Alastair Fothergill

Born to Be Wild (2011)

One of the rehabilitated orangutans featured in the IMAX® 3D film “BORN TO BE WILD,” enjoys a cool dip in the water in Tanjung Putting National Park in Indonesian Borneo, home to one of the few surviving populations of orangutans in the wild. “BORN TO BE WILD” is a Warner Bros. Pictures release.

Duration: 40 min.

Directed by: David Lickley

The Elephant Queen (2019)

The Elephant Queen Critica de Cinema

Duration: 96 min.

Directed by: Mark Deeble & Victoria Stone

Review

Chasing Coral (2017)

Duration: 93 min.

Directed by: Jeff Orlowski

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