LONDON — Brit distrib Kaleidoscope Entertainment has snapped up all U.K. rights for BBC Earth Films’ “One Life.”
The natural history docu, narrated by Daniel Craig, is being sold internationally by Stuart Ford’s IM Global
The BBC Natural History Unit’s Michael Gunton and Martha Holmes direct the pic, which explores animal behavior and ingenuity. It follows the journey that all living things take from the moment they are born to the delivery of the next generation.
With a budget of around $15 million, the pic took more than four years to make and is adapted from the TV series “Life.”
Kaleidoscope will release the pic theatrically in Blighty on July 22.