Bat & Man

In this beautiful, fascinating and compelling one-hour documentary on bats Canadian biologist Brock Fenton helps us make sense of these strange and astonishing creatures: ancient mammals who possess secrets that are already starting to help humans in ways unimaginable even a decade ago. Science has only recently begun to realize that bats possess secrets of immeasurable benefit to human beings; qualities that science and medicine are now harnessing to help the blind, to save victims of stroke, to increase Man’s health and longevity and to avert disease and plague.

Co-production
Canada (Ideacom International) / France (Beta Prod)

Broadcasters

The Team

Producers
Amy Webb (Canada)
Josette D. Normandeau (Canada)
Michel Gauriat (France)

Scriptwriters
Jon Kalina
Celina Bell
Jean-Marie Migaud

Directors
Jon Kalina
Jean-Marie Migaud

Editor
Howard Goldberg

Director of Photography
German Gutierrez

Original Music
Mathieu Gauriat
Anthony Henocq
Julien Espéron

Category
Documentary – Science & Wildlife

Format
One-off 1×52’

Language
English. French

Shooting Format
HDCAM SR

Delivery Support
HDCAM SR

Copyright: 2009

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