2015   South Africa Brothers in Blood: The Lions of Sabi Sand
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Director:Daniel Huertas
Studio:Aquavision TV Productions
Writer:Craig Gardner
IMDb Rating:8.6 (779 votes)
Awards:2 wins
Genre:BigCats
Duration:60 min
Languages:English
IMDb:4689268
Amazon:B079PD1TG9
Daniel Huertas  ...  (Director)
Craig Gardner  ...  (Writer)
 
Luke Allen-Gale  ...  Self - Narrator
Craig Packer  ...  Self - Lion Ecologist, University of Minnesota USA
Amy Dickman  ...  Self - Big Cat Expert, Oxford University UK
Dave Salmoni  ...  Self - Large Predator Expert
Leon Van Wyk  ...  Self - Field Guide, Singita Game Reserve
Trevor Savage  ...  Self - Field Guide, Ulusaba Game Reserve
Ryan Johnston  ...  Self - Field Guide, Nkorho Lodge 2005-2012
Paddy Hagelthorn  ...  Self - Manager & Field Ranger, Savanna Lodge
Chris Renshaw  ...  Self - Field Guide, Singita Game Reserved
Phillip Andrew  ...  Self - Field Guide, Ulusaba Game Reserve
Willem Botha  ...  Self - Assistant Game Warden, Sabi Sand 2005-2009
Andrew Schoeman  ...  Self - Field Guide, Exeter Lodge 2004-2005
Karin van der Merwe  ...  Self - Lodge Manager, Nkorho Lodge
Peter Rundle  ...  Self - Field Guide, Nkorho Lodge 2005-2010
Brendan Jury  ...  Composer
Greg Nelson  ...  Cinematographer
Peter Lamberti  ...  Cinematographer
Rupert Troskie  ...  Editor
Summary: This is a powerful documentary about the rise of a Coalition of six lions, branded The Mapogo Lions, and their takeover of the largest territory by a pride. This was filmed over the past 16 years by professionals and amateurs privileged to witness their survival skills. Down the years, rangers and biologists have been astounded by the pride's relentless hunger for domination as they showed no fear in massacring other lions - and their cubs - in order to expand their territory. In just one year, these six killed more than a hundred lions, and conquered an unprecedented amount of land. Their story is one of violence, deception, and thirst for power, one which reveals a surprisingly sophisticated side to the politics of lion behavior.


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