Disneynature’s AFRICAN CATS will be released in theaters worldwide, starting on Earth Day, (April 22, 2011).
AFRICAN CATS is a true story set in one of the wildest places on Earth. Narrated by Oscar-nominated actor Samuel L. Jackson, the film’s story features three unique African cats – Mara, a quickly growing and endearing lion cub; Sita, a fearless cheetah and single mother of five mischievous newborns; and Fang, a proud leader of the pride who must defend his family from a rival lion and his sons.
Check out the fun AFRICAN CATS trailer below…
Jump to the next page to see an amazing gallery of images from Disneynature’s AFRICAN CATS, learn how this film supports conservation efforts plus get a heads up on the AFRICAN CATS giveaway I’ve got coming up tomorrow.
See the film and help support Savanna conservation
Two years, and two Earth Days ago, Disneynature planted trees for their film Earth. Then last Earth Day Disneynature gave funds to ocean conservation for their film Oceans. Now this year, they’re doing something similar.
In honor of each individual who sees AFRICAN CATS during its opening week (April 22-28,2011) Disneynature will make a donation to The African Wildlife Foundation for the “See AFRICAN CATS, Save the Savanna” initiative. Funds will be given to help support some awesome conservation efforts in the Savanna and help ensure the future of Africa’s diverse wildlife.
This looks like an excellent family-friendly, nature-minded movie for Earth Day (and beyond). Plus adorable! Check out the gallery below, featuring some of the characters in this film (not all are cats).
Oh, and stick around, because tomorrow, I’ve got a giveaway coming up where you can enter to win a companion coffee table book to Disneynature’s AFRICAN CATS – African Cats: The Story Behind the Film.
See the film or connect with Disneynature’s AFRICAN CATS:
- Disneynature online
- Tickets for groups of 20 or more are already available in the United States by calling 1-888-DISNEY6
- Tickets are available online.
- Join Disneynature on Facebook.
- Pledge to see “African Cats” on Eventful