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Film Info
Programs:Images of Africa
Women & Film
Women Directors
Release Year:2020
Runtime:94 min
South Africa
Print Source:Terra Mater Factual Studios & Wildlife Films
Director:Dereck Joubert
Beverly Joubert
Executive Producer:Sabine Holzer
Walter Koehler
Fred Kaufman
Jörn Röver
Hélène Coldefy
Producer:Beverly Joubert
Dereck Joubert
Ivo Filatsch
Cinematographer:Dereck Joubert
Screenwriter:Dereck Joubert
Editor:Jolene Van Antwerp
Composer:J. B. Arthur
Sarah Class


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Filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert create this cinematic “love letter” to one of the most intriguing natural sites in the world: the Okavango River Delta, where the river empties not into a sea or lake but merely into a basin of land, creating one of the most fascinating ecosystems in Africa.

Originally shooting for PBS’ Nature, the Jouberts have assembled footage for a thrilling cinematic experience that brings viewers to this incredible African environment in Botswana. Lions, elephants, hippos, crocodiles and numerous other animals are shown in their native habitat. The Jouberts even consider the river itself to be a creature, as it alters its habits through the different seasons.

Director Biography

Dereck Joubert, Beverly Joubert

Dereck Joubert is currently a National Geographic explorer-at-large who, with his wife Beverly, has made over four dozen wildlife documentaries. He has won nearly every prize imaginable for nature films, including Emmys.

Beverly Joubert is one of the world’s most acclaimed African conservationists and National Geographic explorer-at-large. She and her husband Dereck have produced over 40 wildlife documentaries, and together founded Wildlife Films.