Daniel Craig's Nature Doc to Get U.K. Theatrical Release

Daniel Craig Headshot 2009
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NEW YORK - OCTOBER 19:  Actor Daniel Craig attends the Courage In Concert at The Public Theater on October 19, 2009 in New York City.

BBC Earth Films' "One Life" bought by Kaleidoscope Entertainment in U.K.

LONDON – The Daniel Craig-narrated nature feature length doc, One Life, made by BBC Earth Films, will arrive in British theaters via U.K. distributor Kaleidoscope Entertainment.

Kaleidoscope struck an all rights deal for the much-anticipated big screen doc with sales and finance house IM Global.

Kaleidscope plans a July rollout in the U.K. for the movie, co-directed by Michael Gunton and Martha Holmes from the BBC Natural History Unit.

Four years in the making, 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 synonymous with the best production values in the world.”

BBC Earth managing director Amanda Hill said of the unit’s first theatrical release in five years that “cinema offers a fantastic way to engage new audiences with natural history” and it aims to attract.

IM Global CEO Stuart Ford added: “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.”