From November 4, 2016 onwards the streaming service Netflix is exclusively showing the documentary feature film "The Ivory Game." With this hard-hitting production, directors Richard Ladkani and Kief Davidson unmask the corrupt network behind worldwide ivory trafficking. During their search for poachers, traders and buyers of African elephant tusks, they filmed all over Asia and Africa with an ARRI AMIRA as their main camera.
AMIRA on Netflix's "The Ivory Game"
For "The Ivory Game," the new Netflix documentary feature film about elephant poaching, an ARRI AMIRA was used as the main camera.