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“GREEN” in new territories after Wildscreen Award

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Patrick Rouxel’s 1×48 min GREEN has been awarded the prestigious Golden Panda and the Natural History Museum Environment Award in Bristol during the last Wildscreen Film festival (14th October 2010).

Winner of more than 25 awards since the Grand Teton Award in Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival- (October 2009), the film stands out as the most awarded conservation film of the year, praised for its emotional strength and innovative approach to Wildlife Films.


The film retraces the fate of one of the few remaining orangutan living in the wild in the fast disappearing Indonesian rainforest, being slashed and burnt to make way for extensive palm oil plantations.

The film will be shown as a unique contribution to the issue of deforestation, in New York in 2011 during the International Forests Film festival an initiative backed by the United Nations.


The film is available for free streaming on its rich media website and is sold to broadcasters by its French worldwide distributor, Terranoa.

The innovative film has already been sold in major territories including Sweden, France, Italy, Poland, Belgium and Canada and Japan (NHK).


Terranoa is one of the fastest growing French distribution company. Focusing on Travel and Adventure, History and Science, Wildlife and Environment, the catalogue comprises today 800 hours of factual productions from over 40 producers internationally. It has extended its venture over time including sports series and social affairs. Terranoa is celebrating its’10th birthday this year.

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