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African CatsFilmed over two-and-a-half years in the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, the nature documentary centers on two cat families and how they teach their cubs the ways of the wild.
Actors of "African Cats"
Directors of "African Cats"Keith ScholeyAlastair FothergillBirthdate: 10 April 1960
Creators of "African Cats"Keith ScholeyJohn Truby
Critic Reviews of "African Cats"Time OutDecember 22, 2011
Hats off to the camera operators who have captured some astonishing wildlife imagery.Houston ChronicleApril 22, 2011
Anyone with a fondness for bambinos of any species should melt at the sight of mamas with nuzzling cubs.Entertainment WeeklyApril 22, 2011
Not coincidentally, African Cats opens on Earth Day. Meeting these magnificent fellow creatures might be a fine way to celebrate.Washington PostApril 22, 2011
"African Cats" prefers less preaching and more heartstring-tugging. It works, of course, especially if you're trying to raise your own cubs to adulthood.Globe and MailApril 22, 2011
No doubt, life is tough in the wild but, this being a Disney flick, it's loving too and even comes with a kiddie-friendly narrative that's easy to summarize and hard to dispute.New York PostApril 22, 2011
Kids will love "African Cats," which is full of "aw" moments. Their parents will appreciate that narrator Samuel L. Jackson keeps things from getting too schmaltzy in this true-life depiction of the circle of life.7M PicturesAugust 24, 2013
the film is relatively bloodless and appropriate for all agesFlick FilosopherMay 09, 2012
[G]orgeously photographed, astonishingly intimate... We have never seen lions and cheetahs like this before; you won't believe it can have been possible for cameras to get so close without disturbing the animals they're watching...Birmingham PostMay 02, 2012
The clarity of the footage is often breathtaking; watching the mother cheetah setting off on a run will have your own heart pounding in expectation.Observer (UK)April 28, 2012
It's Kiplingesque nursery ethology, and one distrusts the editing.London Evening StandardApril 27, 2012
A great story, shot throughout with infinite patience.The Sun (UK)April 26, 2012
It is beautifully shot - the super slo-mo scenes of Sita running are amazing.
Gallery of "African Cats"