Into the Okavango screening scheduled for Gaborone
The highly anticipated ‘Into the Okavango’ film will finally be screened over the next few months at the New Capital Cinema in Riverwalk. Directed by National Geographic Society filmmaker Neil Gelinas and featuring stunning wildlife photography and aerial views of rarely seen vistas, National Geographic Documentary Films’ Into the Okavango is a deeply moving chronicle of modern day explorers forever transformed by the adventure of a lifetime. It is also an attempt to draw the world’s attention not only to the Okavango River Basin, one of the most important areas for biodiversity conservation, but to the little known and vulnerable wilderness area in the Angolan highlands on which it depends.
“Be sure to tell your friends and grab your popcorn and enjoy this wonderful documentary featuring Angola and the Okavango Delta on the big screen. Maun, its also heading your way soon, keep an eye out for details,” the Okavango Wilderness Project posted.
The film first premiered in April 2018 during the Tribeca Festival in New York. It then went around the world film festival circuit before it was world premiered on NatGeo WILD television channel.
The showings will take place at 17h30 on each of the following dates, ticket price is purely to cover the costs via a donation to the Botswana Wild Bird Trust:
Friday 7 June 2019
Friday 21 June 2019
Friday 5 July 2019