Roar, Lions of the Kalahari
The new film Roar: Lions of the Kalahari tells the story of lions living near an African water hole teeming with wildlife.

When a young lion tries to dethrone the lion king, the elder lion wages the battle of his life to defend his home and offspring in Botswana. These dramatic images make Roar an unforgettable giant-screen movie experience.

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Praise for Roar
Winner, Best Large-Format Film
—International Wildlife Film Festival
"Roar: Lions of the Kalahari has a plot worthy of a Shakespearean tragedy and the epic sweep of a David Lean film, but these lions are regally real."
—Melinda Ennis, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
"This amazing documentary is presented on the huge Imax screen and feels like a real live Lion King."
—Vince Koehler, Entertainment Spectrum


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Roar, Lions of the Kalahari A Giant Screen Film by National Geographic and Tim Liversedge Main Movie Preview Photos E-Card Theater Listings