In this series we visit some of the world’s most amazing beaches to visually discover the secrets of the living beach. How do beaches function? Where do the waves come from, and why are they always parallel to the shore, no matter which way the shore faces? Where does sand come from, and why are[…]
There are more than 3 million known shipwreck sites in the world. Some hold riches – others reveal lost history. But the most spectacular wrecks are the ones that simply refuse to die. They are known as Reef Wrecks. Reef Wrecks are the true treasures of the underwater world – part of the Ocean’s endless[…]
Excited to announce that “Canada 360” has been selected for this year’s Atlantic Film Festival. It will be shown Saturday Sep 17th, 1:30 pm at Park Lane Cinemas. For those who haven’t seen it, it is a 5-year circumnavigation of Canada from above. Produced by John Wesley Chisholm, Written by Craig Ferguson, Edited by Peter[…]
Wild Wild East is a sprawling 4K natural history series set on the jagged coast of Canada’s eastern shore. The series reveals the secret lives and untold tales of wildlife in the Maritime Provinces – from urban red foxes on pristine beaches of Prince Edward Island to a humpback whale haven off Brier Island, in[…]
Sunday April 5th (9 pm EST/10 PM AST) , History Channel will broadcast the premiere of Arcadia Entertainment’s “Deadly Journeys of the Apostles” – a 4 part docu-drama series!
We’re super-excited for a our new season of ‘Hope For Wildlife’ kicking off March 3 at 8pm et/pt, on Love Nature.
Congratulations to our very own John Wesley Chisholm on this well deserved accomplishment! EY Media and Entertainment Entrepreneur of the Year 2014! Read more about it here…
Bannockburn: The Real Bravehearts Think you know the braveheart story? You only know the beginning. Posted by National Geographic Channel on Sunday, July 20, 2014
The Arcadia crew and Hope for Wildlife are at it again. Filming officially started on Hope for Wildlife season six!
This aerial documentary series explores the features that define Canada: The most expansive coastline on Earth, and the world’s longest undefended border. An award-winning team of documentary directors and cinematographers bring our country’s landscape and history to life, up close and in crystal-clear focus. We capture rare wildlife and once-inaccessible natural wonders along our shores[…]