MacGillivray Freeman Films is the world’s largest independent producer of giant screen films shot in the most extraordinary and remote corners on Earth. This relatively small company is creator of the highest-grossing giant-screen film ever produced (Everest, 1998), the longest-running documentary to play in one theatre (To Fly! has played at the Smithsonian’s National Air & Space Museum non-stop since 1976), two Oscar®-nominated documentaries, The Living Sea (1995) and Dolphins (2000), and most recently GrandCanyon Adventure: River at Risk 3D, the sixth in its acclaimed series of water-themed conservation films.
This PDF is a comprehensive listing of the many successful film projects
achieved by the MacGillivray Freeman Films team.