What’s “Popular on Netflix”? Our recently released nature documentaries!
Our 4-part series, Nature’s Wonders, presented in Ultra HD 4K, captures the beauty and majesty of Deserts, Flowers, Oceans and Forests, accompanied by a soaring soundtrack by Ludovico Einaudi, Johann Johannsson, and Gary Malkin.
The awe and majesty of deserts are captured through the inimitable lens of award winning cinematographer, Louie Schwarzberg. Day and Nightscapes shot in HD 4K time lapse allow the naked eye to watch amazing changes otherwise incapable of admiring. Louie’s lens has given a sense of life and warmth that most overlook in the desert. Louie’s camera unveils the mysteries and marvels of the Four Corners region of America — a scenic wonderland where the night stars shine as brightly as the day’s sun.
The beauty of the desert, with no intrusive sound track or human voice or form, allows me to be in the middle of nature and thus be transformed by it. Thank you. -5 out of 5 stars
Someone should’ve thought about this a long time ago, the scenes are beautiful and leave you in awe. Makes you feel like you’re actually there looking this. No stuffy English voices, nothing but the beauty of nature. The way that it should be. Watched multiple times :)) -5 out of 5 stars
From the vast desert to the smallest flowers, Louie’s macro lens pores over elegant flowers that come to life through his stunning time-lapse cinematography. If you enjoy this, then check out Naked Beauty and Wings of Life.
Sat down to watch something while I ate my dinner and I picked this at random because it was brief. Ended up with tears running down my face and completely forgot about eating because of overwhelming beauty and feelings of personal insignificance I experienced while watching this. I don’t know what else to say. -5 out of 5 stars
Wow. I’m just completely blown away, watching this felt so transformative; like I’m a different person now than I was before watching this. Amazing. -5 out of 5 stars
What would our world be without water? Oceans teem with life, Louie first focuses his camera on the waves and then what lies beneath them taking the viewer deep underwater to unveil the mysteries and wonder of the natural world.
“Stunning” or “Captivating” are the words to describe this documentary. I felt like I was traveling from one point on the globe to the next to see the wonders of various bodies of water. A “must see” again and again. -5 out of 5 stars
What a miraculous planet we have been given. If only we could all witness such astounding beauty. My suggestion: take a half hour out of your busy day and relax to this stunning video.-5 out of 5 stars
In between the desert and the ocean, we find Forests. Viewers will marvel at the majesty of nature’s gentle giants through the seasons as we journey to California’s Redwood Coast, Washington’s Olympic National Park and Telluride, Colo. Please remember to leave a review in Netflix!
These are the most beautiful films I’ve ever seen. I’ve watched all of the Moving Art films over and over. I’m 73 years old; I don’t get out now so these films brighten my life. Louie Schwartzberg is amazing.
This gorgeous series answered an unspoken desire to have a nature film without the spoken word. I could not have imagined that this desire would so sweepingly and with such superb qualities have become manifest. And not it one film but four! These films quiet my mind, relax my body, and allow me to easily flow into meditation or simply release any negativity or resistance from my being. There is not an ounce of mediocrity in these works. And I will be able to view them over and over. Thank you Louis Schwartzberg. By following your bliss, you have given it to others. Lovely contribution to the planet. -5 out of 5 stars