Lion Mountain Media and its sister company Aquavision TV Productions, is dedicated to producing world-class natural history content designed to Entertain, Educate and Inspire audiences across the globe. Almost three decades of filming has enabled us to capture some of the most spectacular animal behaviours, both underwater and on land.
As one of the world’s leading specialists in wildlife behavioural filmmaking, we continuously strive to film fresh and new animal interactions seldom seen or caught on camera, ensuring that our programs are not only entertaining but also ground-breaking and of an international quality standard. Over time we have produced over 90 hours of content for National Geographic, over 30 hours for Discovery Channel and have accumulated over 17,000 hours of stock footage in our library (one of the largest collections of wildlife stock footage on the African continent).
Under the guidance of CEO Peter Lamberti a world-renowned filmmaker, wildlife enthusiast and veteran National Geographic contributor, the company has earned its place as one of the world’s most successful production entities with internationally award-winning television programs that have been viewed by over 1.5 billion cumulative viewers in more than 170 countries airing on networks such as the Discovery Channel, National Geographic Channel, Nat Geo Wild, Animal Planet and the Smithsonian Channel.
OUR MOST POPULAR CONTENT INCLUDES
→ Battleground Rhino Wars for Animal Planet
→ Africa River Wild for Animal Planet
→ Aerial Africa for the Smithsonian Channel
→ Brothers in Blood: Lions of Sabi Sand for Discovery Channel
→ Caught In The Act for National Geographic Channel (Seasons 1 – 6)
→ Africa’s Deadliest for National Geographic Channel (Seasons 1 – 6)
→ Shark Alley for National Geographic Channel
→ Lions of Crocodile River for National Geographic Channel
→ Deadly Summer for Animal Planet
→ Dolphin Army for National Geographic Channel
→ Africa’s Deadly Kingdoms for Nat Geo Wild
→ Massive Africa for Arte/ ZDFE
→ Cecil: The legacy of a King for National Geographic Channel
→ The Heart of the Elephant