Namib... Strange Creatures of the Skeleton Coast
Journeying to the heart of the world's oldest desert, Strange Creatures of the Skeleton Coast provides a pioneering portrait of life in the Namib.
Celebrating the unique and diverse habitat, David Hughes' stunning cinematography captures the unusual adaptations and intriguing behaviours of the hardy desert creatures that make their home on this vast, sun-scorched expanse.
Lizards 'dance' to escape the baking heat of the scarlet sand and white lady spiders booby trap their burrows, while colonies of cape fur seals squabble noisily along the snaking coastline - all to the backdrop of the Namib's breathtaking beauty.
Described by Partridge Films' founder Mike Rosenberg as a "work of art" and "the best we ever made", this strange, almost alien landscape is enhanced by the eerie music of Pink Floyd and Stomu Yamashta, "taking you to a place you didn't know existed, that you couldn't imagine existed".