“***** An Extraordinarily Beautiful Documentary…”Mirror Daily

“Beautiful Sequences Captured by BBC’s Natural History Unit…” The Guardian

New York, – February 4, 2013 – BBC Worldwide announces an exciting limited engagement theatrical debut of BBC Earth Films’ ONE LIFE, narrated by Daniel Craig – the first time the actor has lent  his voice to a documentary feature – on February 21, 2012. From the creators of the critically acclaimed Earth: The Movie, upon release was the 3rd  highest grossing documentary and stands as the 5th to date. Directed by Michael Gunton (Earth: The Movie, Madagascar and Africa)  and Martha Holmes (Blue Planet) from the BBC Natural History Unit, and featuring music from award-winning composer George Fenton, ONE LIFE captures and celebrates the journey that all living things take from the moment they are born, to that most important of achievements – the delivery of the next generation. Screenvision, a national leader in cinema advertising sales, services and content distribution, is partnering with BBC Worldwide as the U.S. distributor of ONE LIFE, which will premiere on over 400 screens. For theater and ticket information visit

The British-born actor will follow in the footsteps of Sir David Attenborough and John Hurt by bringing his own unique approach to natural history storytelling.

Daniel Craig said: “I am very proud to be part of BBC Earth’s film ONE LIFE. The BBC Natural History Unit have proven, year after year, that their documentary skills are second to none. For the filmmakers who spend their entire lives recording beautiful images of planet earth’s dwindling wildlife, I have only a sense of awe and a deep rooted respect. I am incredibly fortunate to have been given the chance to play a very small part in that process.”

ONE LIFE  director Michael Gunton said, “I am delighted that we have been able to work with Daniel Craig – one of the UK’s true stars – on ONE LIFE. His voice is extraordinary, with a wonderful blend of emotion and authority that I am sure will engage and move the audience in equal measure.”

ONE LIFE is packed with filming firsts and almost every story featured in the film contains either an animal filmed for the first time, a behavior that has been captured for the first time, or a new filming technique which has been applied to give a familiar scene an unfamiliar look.

Screenvision, a national leader in cinema advertising sales, services and content distribution, is partnering with BBC Worldwide as distributor for the U.S. debut of ONE LIFE, coming to theaters for a limited event on February 21, 2013. ONE LIFE will premiere in over 400 + screens across the country including the AMC, Landmark, Angelica, and Leammle in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco,  St. Louis, Atlanta, Houston, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Minneapolis,  and many more.

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About BBC Earth Films
BBC Earth Films bring the most astounding stories from the natural world to the big screen. Audiences are invited to join us on a journey of new discovery, meeting extraordinary characters and following their incredible adventures. BBC Earth Films combine great storytelling with awe-inspiring HD film footage and moving scores from the world’s greatest composers to connect audiences with their planet.

BBC Earth Films represent the BBC Natural History Unit, the world’s largest natural history production house with a heritage of over 50 years of filmmaking. This expertise enables us to consistently push the boundaries of natural history filmmaking, setting the benchmark for this genre with landmark film credits including Deep Blue and Earth the movie. BBC Earth Films have entertained, inspired and amazed audiences the world over with fantastic storytelling and we want our audience to continue the adventure with us.

About the BBC Natural History Unit
Based in Bristol, UK, the BBC Natural History Unit has been enthralling listeners and viewers around the world for over 50 years with its pioneering techniques to document the flora and fauna of the globe. Its programme makers specialise in capturing the living wonders of the world and continue to find new marvels on the planet. The unit is the world’s largest wildlife television and radio production house and holds the world’s largest archive of natural history film and sound recordings. It produces around 100 hours of television and 50 hours of radio a year, using a variety of formats including major landmark series, classical wildlife, animal and people documentaries, live broadcasts and presenter-led shows for adults and children.


About BBC Worldwide Americas:

BBC Worldwide is the main commercial arm and a wholly-owned subsidiary of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). BBC Worldwide Americas brings together all of BBC Worldwide businesses across North and South America. The company exists to maximize the value of the BBC’s assets for the benefit of the UK license payer, and invests in public service programming in return for rights. The company has five core businesses: Channels, Content & Production, Sales & Distribution, Consumer Products and Digital.  Under these businesses fall two key brands in the U.S. – digital cable channel BBC AMERICA and BBC Worldwide Productions, the production arm responsible for the smash hit Dancing with the Stars.

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