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March of the Penguins Official Companion to the Major Motion Picture

Art / Photobook
By: Luc Jacquet
160 pages, colour photos
March of the Penguins
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  • March of the Penguins ISBN: 9780792261827 Hardback Dec 2005 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Accompanying a major new film, this volume documents the emperor penguins' extraordinary journey and delves into the lives of these remarkable penguins and their story of survival. Also covered are the conditions endured by the film crew to get the footage for the film.

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Luc Jacquet, prize-winning filmmaker, biologist, and photographer is known for his nature and wildlife documentaries, which draw heavily on his scientific background and his great talent for filmed narrative. The producer and director of March of the Penguins, he and his crew spent 13 months in Antarctica battling blizzards and bitter cold to record the footage that reveals the extraordinary journey of the Emperor Penguin.
Art / Photobook
By: Luc Jacquet
160 pages, colour photos
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