Blackfish is an upcoming American movie starring Gabriela Cowperthwaite as a vet who works at SeaWorld. It’s based on Tilikum the area originally held in SeaWorld. The narrative revolves around Cowperthwaite’s private experiences working with SeaWorld. The film is expected to be among the most talked about documentaries of the year.
It’s been quite a while since we have had two enormous budget documentaries which have concentrated on controversial topics like euthanasia, stem cell research, and animal rights issues. It’s always good to find an animal rights documentary such as Blackfish get published in a big budget as it gives viewers an up close look at those animals. The positive aspects of the film may make viewers sympathetic to the cause. However, it does are inclined to turn into one of the heavy-handed documentaries of its type. As for me, I thought the film was a bit too politically oriented to my taste.
It’s still early in the year yet to see what other forthcoming documentaries will be showcased in the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. One of these I’m especially looking forward to is” gorilla Entertainment: Invictus.” This is an action-packed and suspenseful documentary from director Desiree Akosford. She has previously created the hit”Dog Eat Dog” mini-series, which brought her several awards including an Emmy. She is also in charge of the Oscar winning short film”Last Girl Standing.” Akosford is notorious for highlighting the neglected world of animals in Africa throughout her job and she already did a terrific job with”gorilla Entertainment: Invictus.”
Another upcoming feature I’m very interested in viewing is”Icarus.” This is the narrative of an African giant tortoise that was kept alive as a furry friend in a private zoo. It is the story of how the tortoise started to change when it was discovered by an American diver. It’s expected that this film will garner some focus in the film festivals this year.
Finally, I will end this article by saying that the new movie”orcita.” This is the next feature film starring Angelina Jolie and Darrendine electronically dance Native Americans. It’s an excellent movie directed by David Fincher and executive created by Frank Capra. Although I was not a fan of”oral vs. humans” the appearance and style of the film is definitely worth seeing. I’m looking forward to seeing more from Ms. Cowperthwaite.
There’s no doubt that Gabriela Cowperthwaite has a lot of talent. Her resume is impressive as is her work experience. As a filmmaker, she’s three movies that I would suggest to anyone looking to make the exact same type of films. If you’re a lover of mythology and science fiction, odds are you have given at least a cursory glance to a few of my favorite works. For those of you who haven’t seen either of these films, I highly recommend both of them; for those who have, you need to see”areas vs. humans”, I truly loved it, although I do think it was a bit over-produced.