Animals Conservation

Life Symphony

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Life Symphony, a tribute to Nature and its rhythms, is a stunning, three-minute compilation of three years of filming.

Author and director Franck Fougère spent three years capturing the images in “Life Symphony” on land, in the air, and under the water. The result is this absolutely stunning film that pays tribute to the one constant in our lives: Nature.

He paid attention to capturing the sounds in each of the environments in order to better immerse the viewer in Nature’s own symphony.

Filming took place in southern Mexico, Belize, South Africa, Seychelles, the Banda Sea in Indonesia, Bali, Corsica, the Philippines, the Maldives, St. Eustatius (Statia) in the Caribbean, in Botswana, Kenya, Egypt, Lapland, and French Polynesia.

A film sponsored by Alban Michon and Morgan Freeman
– Supported by: LINXEA
– In partnership with Abyssworld.com and Notikali.

– Voiceover by Benoit Allemane
– Original music by Emile Yurcek
– With the kind participation of Morgan Freeman

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