Madagascar, the lost Makay

Format: 1x52’

Evrard Wendenbaum

Director: Pierre Stine


In early 2010, a group of scientists led by French explorer Evrard Wendenbaum, crossed a “time frontier” when moving deep into the canyons formed by the Makay mountain range in Madagascar. This natural barrier has been protecting unique ecosystems for millions of years and happens to be a true sanctuary for biodiversity.

Whether by helicopter, hot air ballon, inflatable boats or hidden on observation platform high up in the canopy, the film crew used every possible mean to access and capture this unhospitable enviroment.

Witness the unique biodiversity hidden in these canyons and discover prehistoric remains attesting of early human presence in the region. Meet surounding inhabitants and their ancestral culture.

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  • An unprecedented expedition in an unexplored part of Madagascar!


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