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Cate Blanchett, Netflix have fun Earth Day with launch of docu-series ‘Our Dwelling World’

Earth Day is true across the nook, and Netflix is debuting a model new nature docu-series to have fun.

“Our Dwelling World,” which is narrated by Academy Award-winner Cate Blanchett, is a four-part sequence that takes viewers via the magnificent untold tales of the connections between species throughout the globe.

Spanning continents and oceans and utilizing eye-catching cinematic wildlife pictures, the gorgeous visible tapestry of this documentary sequence offers viewers a front-row seat to the various particular ecosystems that impression us all.

The poster for Netflix's docu-series "Our Living World." With images of cheetahs, hammerhead sharks, and frogs, it reads "Discover the secret that connects us all."s
Photograph courtesy of Netflix

Created by producer Ben Roy of Freeborne Media and Wild House Productions, the sequence is made by the identical Emmy Award-winning workforce behind “Our Nice Nationwide Parks.”

In case you’re a fan of nature and local weather documentaries, this one is actually a can’t-miss. With a big physique of comparable work below names just like the BBC, Discovery, Nationwide Geographic, and extra, Roy stated this undertaking is very participating for viewers within the connections between species.

“This sequence is completely different as a result of it ties all of the wonderful animal conduct we had been fortunate sufficient to seize over two years of filming into an even bigger story,” Roy instructed Good Good Good.

“It reveals how the entire world is linked by a community of bodily connections and webs of life, the place animals’ conduct shapes their surroundings similtaneously these environments form their animals.”

One main spotlight of the sequence is the way it captures the challenges of a “fast-changing planet.” However there may be hope in these challenges, Roy emphasised.

“It… frames our case of animals not simply as victims of this transformation, however as heroes with the facility to assist battle towards it,” he stated.

Some heroes within the sequence embrace hammerhead sharks migrating via the ocean to discover a mate (and guarantee ocean biodiversity); beavers’ migration patterns and their impression on dams throughout the northern frontier; the restoration of salmon species within the Pacific Northwest; and extra.

“My favourite moments are these ‘thoughts blown’ moments the place, as an example, we reveal that what occurs on the African savannah has an impact within the Amazon, on the opposite facet of the planet,” Roy stated.

The interconnectedness of the undertaking is what excites him most. It’s additionally doubtless what attracted Blanchett to the undertaking. The beloved actress is a International Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Company, and a lifetime member of the Australian Conservation Basis

Cate Blanchett speaks into a microphone in a recording booth
Photograph courtesy of Netflix

Blanchett can also be a powerful supporter of the Australian Wildlife Conservancy and hosts the podcast “Local weather of Change,” which explores anxiousness and optimism within the face of the local weather disaster.

Roy stated these themes will completely be on show within the 4 50-minute episodes of “Our Dwelling World.”

“I hope our viewers go away with a brand new appreciation of how all the pieces in our world is linked. I hope they acquire a contemporary understanding of how we people, and all our actions, match into this larger image,” he stated.

“And I’d like us all to take hope from the truth that we’ve acquired essentially the most highly effective power on Earth on our facet: life itself.”

“Our Dwelling World” premiers globally on Netflix on April 17, 2024.

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