Film: Wild Ireland: The Edge of the World
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A glorious wildlife journey!
Winner Best of Festival Namur Film Festival Belgium 2018 Emmy Awards 2018 - Best Cinematography & Best Nature Film Nominee Wildscreen 2018 - Best Cinematography & Best Script Nominee Winner - IFTA Awards 2018 - Best Cinematography Winner - Grierson Award UK - Best Natural History Programme Winner - Royal Television Society NI - Best Specialist Factual Prog Winner - Waimea Film Festival Hawaii - Best Cinematography Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival 2017 - Best Program Nominee
This film takes viewers on an odyssey along Ireland’s rugged Atlantic coast featuring the wildlife and wild places that make it so special.
Hanging like an emerald jewel off the western edge of Europe, Ireland has always been a place apart – the last scrap of rock before the void of the Atlantic Ocean. Never conquered by the Romans, Ireland was for millennia the very edge of the known world for Europeans and the last stop for countless animals before they disappeared into the mists of the western ocean on their ceaseless journeys of life.
As never captured before, this film features Ireland’s west coast and wildlife wonders – from the stormbound Skellig Rocks to breaching Humpback whales newly arrived off the island’s southern shores, Golden Eagles fighting the gales of the northern highlands and the clash of Ireland’s last surviving Red Deer stags echoing through the island’s highest mountains.
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