Daniel Craig [pictured] narrates the nature documentary.
UK distributor Kaleidoscope Entertainment has acquired all UK distribution rights for BBC Earth Films’ nature documentary One Life.
Kaleidoscope struck the deal with sales company IM Global.
The theatrical release will be July 22.
Michael Gunton and Martha Holmes from the BBC Natural History Unit direct the project, which was four years in the making.
Daniel Craig narrates the story of survival in the natural world.
Kaleidoscope’s CEO Spencer Pollard said, “We’re thrilled to be working with BBC Earth on their first-ever production and theatrical release. The BBC brand is synonomous with the best production values in the world. One Life is a fantastically crafted family feature film and we believe it will be a great summer holiday theatrical release for all the family to enjoy.”
Amanda Hill, Managing Director for BBC Earth, added: “One Life is our first cinematic release for five years and we’re proud to be launching in the UK this summer. Cinema offers a fantastic way to engage new audiences with natural history, One Life can be enjoyed by the whole family with captivating characters and stories that will bring a new insight into the bonds that connect all living creatures on our planet.”
Said IM Global CEO Stuart Ford, “We’re impressed with Kaleidoscope’s growth in recent years and are delighted to have put our friends at BBC Earth in business with such an ambitious and capable distribution partner.”