True Bond True Bond

Who inspired Ian Fleming’s James Bond character? We portray Dusko Popov, a Serbian double-agent of both British MI5 and the German Abwehr. Focus is on Popov’s life in a casino in Portugal, and his post-war celebrity on TV

Ancient Olympics Ancient Olympics

A pivotal moment in Olympic history - a time when the purity of the great Olympic ideal is slowly being tainted. We reenact the Games of the 420 B.C. Olympics.

Aliens - Are We Alone? Aliens - Are We Alone?

In this 2-hour Special, we tackled the universal question: are there other civilizations in the universe? And come to the concluding that we are not alone!

Air Crane Air Crane

The Air-Crane is the world’s #1 heavy-lift helicopter: constructing oil rigs at sea, fighting major industrial and forest fires, erecting massive power-line towers, evacuating imperiled skyscraper occupants with 70-person flying lifeboats, plucking standing timber in sustainable forestry operations … on and on. We go with them into action.

Raising the Kursk Raising the Kursk

K-141 Kursk was an Oscar-II class nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine of the Russian Navy, lost with all 118 hands when it sank in the Barents Sea on August 12, 2000. We reenact the drama and her recovery.

Cuban Missile Crisis: Secret Submarines Cuban Missile Crisis: Secret Submarines

On October 1, 1962 four Russian Foxtrot submarines left Murmansk on a top secret mission. Bound for Cuba, each carried a nuclear-tipped torpedo. We reenact the confrontation.

Jackie: Power and Style Jackie: Power and Style

Our film aimed to deconstruct the Jackie O. icon; and explain how her cosmopolitan tastes, patrician upbringing, the less-is-more élan, and flair for the dramatic combined to transform Washington’s political and cultural lives. With remarkable footage.

Titanic Titanic

The RMS Titanic, of course, was a passenger liner that struck an iceberg in the north Atlantic on her maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York City, and sank on 15 April 1912 resulting in the deaths of 1,517 people in one of the deadliest peacetime maritime disasters in history. We reenact the story.

Humans: Who Are We? Humans: Who Are We?

We set-out to explain how our ancestors went from bipedal apes to modern humans. On-location shooting on a nature reserve with early human family prosthetics and animals brings the story to life.

The Mystery of the Edmund Fitzgerald The Mystery of the Edmund Fitzgerald

Launched in 1958, The Edmund Fitzgerald was the largest, fastest, most luxurious iron ore carrier plying the Great Lakes. On November 10, 1975, she was suddenly lost in a storm. All her crew was lost. Shooting on-board a sister ship, we reenact her doomed voyage. And consider what actually happened. With the Lightfoot ballad.

Lawrence of Arabia Lawrence of Arabia

The famous feature film took liberties in depicting Lawrence's experiences in Arabia during World War I. Our film tries for the true story.

Amelia Earhart Amelia Earhart

Amelia Mary Earhart, of course,  was a noted American aviation pioneer and the first woman to receive the U.S. Distinguished Flying Cross for her solo flight across the Atlantic.

Napoleon's Lost Fleet Napoleon's Lost Fleet

On August 1, 1798, Admiral Horatio Nelson and the British navy sailed into Abukir Bay, Egypt.  Nelson had cornered  the French.

Lost City of Machu Picchu Lost City of Machu Picchu

It was built around 1450, at the height of the Inca Empire in Peru, likely as a sacred religious site. It was abandoned just over 100 years later as a belated result of the Spanish Conquest.

Arctic Disaster Arctic Disaster

Italian airship designer and pilot Umberto Nobile was an  arctic explorer. He departed Kings Bay, Norway on May 22, 1928 and flew over the North Pole, but crashed.

Master of the Abyss Master of the Abyss

Charles William Beebe, part scientist, adventurer, and showman, was the designer of the first deep water bathysphere.

Remaking the Shroud of Turin Remaking the Shroud of Turin

The Shroud of Turin - venerated by millions as the burial cloth of Jesus Christ.  For others, the Shroud is just an intriguing image, perhaps even a forgery. Still a mystery : “real” or man-made?  

Cleopatra's Lost World: An IMAX 3D film IMAX Cleopatra

Cleopatra's Lost World: An IMAX 3D film
Now in Development for Delivery in summer 2018
Cleopatra is an icon. We think we know her. But do we?   We reveal the life and times of the real Cleopatra. Ancient earthquakes and tsunami destroyed Cleopatra’s Palace at Alexandria, and drowned two nearby cities -   Canopus and Heracleion. A large team led by celebrated marine archaeologist Franck Goddio has found and mapped these sites. And retrieved dazzling “treasures”. We bring it all to life in IMAX 3D.

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