Africa: The Serengeti is a 70mm documentary film released in 1994 to IMAX theaters. It is narrated by Academy Award-nominated actor James Earl Jones and directed by veteran IMAX filmmaker George Casey, featuring nature cinematography during a year at East Africa's Serengeti plain.
The Serengeti is a huge area of grassland in Tanzania, Africa. Once a year, in time of drought, animals travel north in order to survive. This "great migration", an event in which millions of wildebeests, zebras, and antelope travel several hundred miles across the plain, while lions and other dangers await them along the way, is considered one of the great wonders of the world.
The film is available on DVD and includes eight language tracks (only the English-language track contains James Earl Jones narration, the rest are uncredited male performers), all mixed in Dolby Digital.