© Australian Broadcasting Corporation. All rights reserved. Length: 58 m
“Wolves of the Sea” explores the natural history of killer whales. Shooting spanned 2 years & looked at the killer whales’ cultural traditions around the world, their hunting techniques, use of sound and the way they teach their young. It was filmed in Canada, Alaska, Norway, Patagonia and the sub-Antarctic Crozet Islands. “Wolves” won may awards including a Panda for Cinematography at Wildscreen, an Emmy for best News Documentary Production and an Emmy nomination for cinematography. Narrated by David Attenborough. Produced by David Parer & Elizabeth Parer-Cook for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Natural History Unit in association with the National Geographic Society & TBS Productions, Inc.
[vimeo 675670133] w=1280 h=720 WOLVES OF THE SEA from David Parer on Vimeo
WOLVES OF THE SEA – Clip 1 Intro from David Parer on Vimeo.
WOLVES OF THE SEA – Clip 2: Killer Whales at Rubbing Beach from David Parer on Vimeo.
WOLVES OF THE SEA – Clip 3: Killer Whales Hunt Sea Lions from David Parer on Vimeo.