Turtle: The Incredible Journey
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|Turtle: The Incredible Journey|
|Directed by||Nick Stringer|
|Produced by||Sarah Cunliffe, Downey, Sam Taylor|
|Written by||Nick Stringer|
|Narrated by||Miranda Richardson|
|Distributed by||Hannover House|
Turtle: The Incredible Journey is a 2009 documentary film narrated by Miranda Richardson and directed by Nick Stringer. The film was co-produced by SeaWorld Pictures and Tradewind Pictures, and distributed in the United States by Hannover House.
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A female loggerhead turtle follows the path of her ancestors on one of the most extraordinary journeys in the natural world. From a beach in Florida, she rides the Gulf Stream to the frozen north, swimming around the entire North Atlantic to Africa and then back to the beach where she was born. But her chance of survival is low. Each season, two million loggerhead turtles are hatched but just one in ten thousand turtles will return safely to lay their eggs.
- Australian Cinematographers Society: "Gold Award"
- Australian Cinematographers Society: "President Award"
- Hof Kindefilmfest: "Audience Award"
- "Turtle: The Incredible Journey (2011)". Boxoffice Mojo. July 29, 2011. Retrieved July 29, 2011.
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