nWave Pictures Acquires Worldwide Distribution Rights to the Immersive Giant Screen Film “FEATHERED DINOSAURS”

September 12th, 2018 / Category : News

Brussels (Belgium) and Los Angeles (California), September 12, 2018 – nWave Pictures has acquired the worldwide distribution rights to Feathered DinosaurTeaser poster for Feathered Dinosaurs.s, a giant screen 3D documentary film produced by Saint Thomas Productions.[1] With its production freshly started, the 40-minute film will be released in 2020.

Feathered Dinosaurs will lift the veil on the recent revolution that paleontology is currently undergoing. Since the beginning of the 1990s, thousands of fossils have proved that most dinosaurs had feathers: to seduce, to protect against the cold, to soar and even to fly. There is now no doubt that birds are the direct descendants of a family of carnivorous dinosaurs that included the famous T-Rex.

With Feathered Dinosaurs constructed like a prehistoric safari, producer Bertrand Loyer (A New Prehistory series (2017) Giant Sea Serpent, Meet the Myth (2016)) will take spectators on a voyage a hundred million years into the past and immerse them in the worlds of numerous recently discovered and little-known dinosaur species. It will be an invitation to hunt with the carnivores, dive with the fish-eaters and fly with the insect-eaters.


nWave and Saint Thomas Productions are excited about this collaboration and are looking forward to launching this great film on the market.

“Giant screen theaters are the perfect platform for this revolutionary documentary.” noted Eric Dillens, Chairman of nWave Pictures. “Spectators will be immediately drawn in a universe of pristine quality, mixing state-of-the art 3D animation and spectacular live-shots. Feathered Dinosaurs will present to the public the most recent discoveries on its fascinating protagonists like never before.”

About nWave Studios

nWave Pictures Distribution is a market leader in the distribution of high quality and innovative 4D/3D attraction films, 3D/2D ride simulation films and 3D/2D educational documentaries for giant-screen theaters and digital 3D cinemas. The company specializes in producing and distributing compelling content for location-based entertainment sites and institutional venues, including the Colossus Productions giant screen hit Galapagos 3D: Nature’s Wonderland. nWave’s award-winning digital animation studio launched its first feature-length film, Fly Me to the Moon in 2008, and will release its seventh animated feature, The Queen’s Corgi (Royal Corgi) in 2019. nWave Studios is headquartered in Brussels (Belgium) with North American sales offices in Los Angeles (California). More information at:

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About Saint Thomas Productions

Since 1995, Marseille-based Saint Thomas Productions has produced numerous documentaries for the international market. Saint Thomas’s core business is science and wildlife filmmaking with editorial choices focused on innovative, ambitious and evergreen documentaries. The company is renowned for its high quality images and now exclusively shoots in ultra-high definition (4K and 8K). Saint Thomas Productions has also diversified its activities to produce feature documentaries as well as CGI-based and 3D films and has recently expanded into IMAX and 360° Virtual Reality content.

International recognition has allowed Saint Thomas Productions to develop partnerships with major French and worldwide TV networks (ARTE, France Televisions for the national market, National Geographic, Discovery Channel, PBS, BBC, Rai, NHK for the international market). The company has received over one hundred awards for its documentaries at festivals throughout the world. Saint Thomas Productions distributes its own films as well as other catalogues internationally.

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Source: nWave Pictures Distribution




[1] nWave Pictures Distribution will be responsible for the worldwide distribution of Feathered Dinosaurs with the exception of France.