This acclaimed 2001 documentary is a gloriously beautiful vision of nature from an astonishing point of view. Filmed from the perspective of birds via an ultralight aircraft, this almost wordless study of the lives and habits of migrating birds gives the viewer the palpable, moving sensation of being a member of the flock. Gorgeous cinematography and music drive this thrilling Academy Award–nominated visual adventure produced and directed by Jacques Perrin. Introduced by New York City Audubon Director of Conservation and Science Susan Elbin.
Performance begins promptly at its scheduled time. There is no late seating.
This performance is approximately one hour and 40 minutes long, with no intermission.
“The breathtaking cinematography of migrating birds in Jacques Perrin’s mystical documentary Winged Migration transports you to an exalted realm...you leave the theater feeling like an honorary member of another species.” —New York Times