Disneynature’s Born in China ~ A World of Animals to Love #BorninChina

Posted on: April 10th, 2017 by
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Disneynature Born in China

 

Disneynature’s Born in China

Truth be told, I have a soft spot in my heart for Disneynature’s films. I love to be outdoors and in nature. While a hike in the forests of New Jersey or our country can certainly show me beautiful scenes, the experiences we can witness in a Disneynature film are not easy to come by. Consider Born in China…. Disneynature set their crew off to explore China… yes China… and areas of China that most of us will never be able to get to.

 

I had a chance during the #BeOurGuestevent press junket to watch Born in China before it was out in theaters. While I may have been in a screening room in Los Angeles, it was as if I was transported to China. It was incredible to sit back in my seat and yet still feel like I was sitting in the forest peering at the giant pandas, golden snub-nosed monkeys, and other animals. I couldn’t help but fall in love with all the animals. Take a look at Disneynature’s Born In China, through our information, video clips, and printables and then get closer to nature at your movie theaters with your family on April 21, 2017. I’m sure your kids and you will fall in love with this world of animals too.

 

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Disneynature's Born in ChinaA World of Animals to Love

 

About Born in China

Narrated by John Krasinski (“13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi,” NBC’s “The Office,” “Amazon’s “Jack Ryan”), Disneynature’s new True Life Adventure film Born In China takes an epic journey into the wilds of China where few people have ever ventured.

Disneynature "Born in China" mother and baby panda

Character: YaYa and MeiMei – Pandas

Following the stories of three animal families, the film transports audiences to some of the most extreme environments on Earth to witness some of the most intimate moments ever captured in a nature film. A doting panda bear mother guides her growing baby as she begins to explore and seek independence. A two-year-old golden monkey who feels displaced by his new baby sister joins up with a group of free-spirited outcasts. And a mother snow leopard—an elusive animal rarely caught on camera—faces the very real drama of raising her two cubs in one of the harshest and most unforgiving environments on the planet. Featuring stunning, never-before-seen imagery, the film navigates China’s vast terrain—from the frigid mountains to the heart of the bamboo forest—on the wings of red-crowned cranes, seamlessly tying the extraordinary tales together.

 

Disneynature Born in China movie poster

 

Disneynature’s Born in China Official Movie Trailer

I dare you to take a look at this Disneynature’s Born in China movie trailer and not want to go out RIGHT NOW and see the movie. Just a few minutes of looking at the momma and baby giant panda, the playful golden snub-nosed monkeys, the caring family of snow leopards and the majestic red-crowned cranes and you are going to want more.

 

 

Disneynature’s Born in China opens in theaters April 21. Not only do we want you to see it right away, but when you see it during the first week April 21-27, 2017 a portion of sales will benefit the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Disneynature, via the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund, will make a contribution to the WWF to help protect wild pandas and snow leopards in China.

 

Buy your Born in China movie tickets now with this Fandango link.

 

Disneynature’s Born in China “Everything Everything “Music Video

 

Disneynature’s Born in China Film Clips from the movie

“Snow Cha Cha” Born in China Film Clip

 

“Walking is Hard” Born in China Film Clip

 

“Meet Ya Ya and Mei Mei” Born in China Film Clip

 

Learn about the Born in China‘s animals and their home in China

 

Disneynature "Born in China" pandas

Disneynature “Born in China”. Join Disneynature on a remarkable journey to see the beauty of China and experience the epic stories of animal families set against a vast canvas.

 

There’s no denying pandas are cute. As such an iconic symbol of China, the Giant Panda plays a ‘giant’ role in Born in China. As you watch the movie, you and your family will follow the story of a momma panda and her baby. Parents and kids are likely to laugh together as they watch the playfulness of the panda cub and see similarities to their own playtimes.

 

Narrator John Krazinski teaches us about pandas with this panda fact video

 

Learn more about pandas with these informational printables provided to us from Disneynature. We’ve included a Born in China coloring page that lets you color in and complete one of the panda’s storyboards. Click the link to see the panda printables or print them from your computer.

 

Learn about Born in China‘s Golden Snub-Nosed Monkeys

 

Disneynature Born in China one Golden Snub-Nosed monkey

Character: TaoTao – Golden snub-nosed monkeys

 

Keeping the laughter going are the golden snub-nosed monkeys, in particular TaoTao. After the birth of a baby sister, he’s feeling a bit jealous. There’s some acting out as TaoTao seeks out attention and a fun distraction. I won’t give too much away but be prepared to laugh and be thankful your own children aren’t monkeys. ;-)

 

Disneynature "Born in China" Golden Snub-Nosed Monkeys

Description: Cinematographer Justin Maguire filming golden snub-nosed monkeys.

 

Learn more about golden snub-nosed monkeys with this informational printable provided to us from Disneynature. Then get crafty with a Born in China printable that lets you create a snowflake with cut out shapes of golden snub-nosed monkeys. Click the link to see the golden snub-nosed monkeys printables or print it from your computer.

 

Learn about Born in China‘s Snow Leopards

 

Disneynature Born in China snow leopard family

Character: Dawa and her cub – Snow Leopard

 

The snow leopards are another beautiful animal that is featured prominently in the movie. While the storyline of the monkeys is playful and relatable to any families with siblings, the snow leopards’ story is different. Their story is one of a struggle of survival. We see how snow leopard families can struggle for food in their mountainous area of China as a mother leopard tries to provide for her young.

 

Learn more about snow leopards with another Disneynature printable. We also pulled this “A Leopard’s Journey” printable from the activity kit. Click the link to see the snow leopard informational sheet or activity sheet or print them from your computer.

 

Learn about Born in China‘s Red-Crowned Cranes

 

Disneynature Born in China one Red-Crowned Crane

Character: Red-Crowned Cranes

 

The red-crowned cranes are a majestic creature. In nature or this Disneynature film, you will be in awe of their beauty and their grace as they fly across the screen. Learn more about red-crowned cranes with these Disneynature printable sheets including a printable make a kite activity. Click the link to see the red-crowned cranes informational sheet or craft or print them from your computer.

 

Learn about Born in China‘s Setting the County of China

 

Disneynature Born in China scene of China waterfall

Photo Credit Disneynature

 

With this newest film, Disneynature cinematographers were able to travel to areas of China rarely explored. The result is not only a stunning film that allows us to learn more about the animals of China but also one where we get to see the exquisite beauty of the landscape.

 

Disneynature "Born in China"

Description: Cinematographer Justin Maguire filming golden snub-nosed monkeys.

 

Learn more about China with these Disneynature printable sheets including a ‘Translate the Chinese Message” activity. Click the link to see the red-crowned cranes informational sheet or craft or print them from your computer.

 

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Visit the official BORN IN CHINA website: nature.disney.com/born-in-china

 

Disneynature’s Born in China opens in theatres everywhere on April 21, 2017! Visit during the first week April 21-27, 2017 where a portion of sales will benefit the World Wildlife Fund to help protect wild pandas and snow leopards in China.

 

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