深入奥卡万戈

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《深入奥卡万戈》是由Neil Gelinas执导,Neil Gelinas 、Brian Newell编剧纪录片
中文名
深入奥卡万戈 [1] 
外文名
Into The Okavango
制片地区
 安哥拉 / 博茨瓦纳 / 纳米比亚 / 南非 / 美国
拍摄地点
安哥拉 / 博茨瓦纳 / 纳米比亚 / 南非 / 美国
导    演
Neil Gelinas
编    剧
Neil Gelinas/Brian Newell
类    型
纪录片
片    长
88分钟
上映时间
2018年4月22日 [2] 
对白语言
英语
imdb编码
tt7573844
主要奖项
第30届美国制片人工会奖 最佳纪录片制片人奖(提名) [3] 

深入奥卡万戈剧情简介

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深入奥卡万戈英文简介

Africa's Okavango River Basin, which covers 125,000 square miles across Angola, Botswana and Namibia, is home to the largest remaining population of African elephants as well as significant populations of lions, cheetahs, wild dogs and hundreds of species of birds. It's also a vital source of water for more than 1 million people and feeds Botswana's majestic Okavango Delta, a World Heritage Site that is now threatened by human activity along the rivers that feed it. In 2015 National Geographic Fellow Dr. Steve Boyes assembled a remarkable team to embark on a four-year project to study this vast and diverse ecosystem to determine how best to protect the delta and its headwaters for generations to come. The first 1,500-mile river expedition of the project brought together local guides and international explorers, storytellers and scientists. The team included 27-year- old marine biologist Adjany Costa, who grew up in the sprawling Angolan capital of Luanda during the country's brutal civil war, as well as an Okavango native, Tumeletso Setlabosha, nicknamed "Water," an expert boatsman who spent his entire life on the delta. Starting in Angola at the source of the Cuito River, one of the three arteries feeding the basin, the explorers traveled by traditional canoe (mokoro), but they soon ran aground when the stream narrowed to a trickle, forcing them to drag their boats across marshland for eight grueling days. As the river again became navigable, the team's hopes of documenting a thriving ecosystem were further deterred when they encountered vast tracts of woodland burned by local hunters. Despite these initial disappointments and setbacks, Boyes and his team continued their journey through the highlands of Angola and soon encountered a dizzying array of wildlife. By journey's end, the scientists collected data from 50,000 locations along the way, chronicling dozens of new scientific discoveries and shedding fresh light on the delicate interconnections that bind humankind with nature.
  Directed by National Geographic Society filmmaker Neil Gelinas and featuring stunning wildlife photography and aerial views of rarely seen vistas, National Geographic
  Documentary Films' Into the Okavango is a deeply moving chronicle of modern-day explorers forever transformed by the adventure of a lifetime. It is also an attempt to draw the world's attention not only to the Okavango River Basin, one of the most important areas for biodiversity conservation, but to the little-known and vulnerable wilderness area in the Angolan highlands on which it depends. [1] 

深入奥卡万戈中文大意:

非洲的奥卡万戈河流域占地125,000平方英里,横跨安哥拉博茨瓦纳纳米比亚,是非洲大象中最大的栖息地,以及大量的狮子,猎豹,野狗和数百种鸟类。它也是超过100万人口的重要水源,并为博茨瓦纳雄伟的奥卡万戈三角洲提供食物,这是一个世界遗产,现在受到人类活动的威胁。 2015年,国家地理研究员史蒂夫博伊斯博士组建了一支卓越的团队,开始了一个为期四年的项目,研究这个庞大而多样化的生态系统,以确定如何最好地保护三角洲及其后代的源头。该项目的首次1500英里河流探险活动汇集了当地导游和国际探险家,讲故事者和科学家。该团队成员包括27岁的海洋生物学家Adjany Costa,他在该国残酷的内战期间在安哥拉首都罗安达长大,还有一位名叫“Water”的Okavango土生土长的Tumeletso Setlabosha,他是一名专家他在三角洲的整个生活。从安哥拉开始,在Cuito河的源头,三个动脉之一,探险者乘坐传统的独木舟(mokoro),但是当溪流缩小到涓涓细流时,他们很快搁浅,迫使他们拖着他们的船沼泽地有八个艰苦的日子。随着河流再次成为可通航的,当他们遇到当地猎人烧毁的大片林地时,团队希望记录繁荣的生态系统。尽管最初的失望和挫折,博伊斯和他的团队继续穿越安哥拉的高地,很快就遇到了令人眼花缭乱的野生动物。在旅程结束时,科学家们从沿途的50,000个地点收集了数据,记录了数十项新的科学发现,并揭示了人类与自然的微妙相互联系。
由国家地理学会电影制片人尼尔·格里纳斯执导,以及令人惊叹的野生动物摄影和极少见的远景的鸟瞰图,国家地理
纪录片“进入奥卡万戈”是一部深刻感动的现代探险家编年史,永远被一生的冒险所改变。它还试图引起全世界的注意,不仅要关注奥卡万戈河流域,这是生物多样性保护最重要的地区之一,而且是安哥拉高地上鲜为人知和脆弱的荒野地区。 [4] 

深入奥卡万戈获奖记录

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  • 第30届美国制片人工会奖 最佳纪录片制片人奖(提名) [3] 
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