The Award Winning Documentary, Keiko The Untold Story of the Star of Free Willy, is now available for educational streaming

The Award Winning Documentary, Keiko The Untold Story of the Star of Free Willy, is now available for educational streaming to classrooms with Core Curriculum, and for Public community screening licensing to colleges, schools K-12, Public Libraries, Non-Profits and Government, and Public Libraries, throughout the USA and Canada through our educational Distributor Collective Eye Films.

 

 

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The millions of Keiko fans around the world finally learn the truth about what really happened when the “Free Willy” star became the first and only captive orca to be released back into the wild.

 

Mark Berman, Assistant Director of the Free Willy Keiko Foundation:

 “ This had never been done before, there was no textbook, no manual on how to do this, so we just did it based on what Keiko wanted to do. We gave him a chance that no other captive orca’s ever had to go home to his family, to the sea, to feel the tides, the natural beauty of his home country. “

 

http://www.collectiveeye.org/products/keiko-the-untold-story-of-the-star-of-free-willy

 

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Nowhere in recent history has a captive mammal garnered so much attention as Keiko, the orca star of the 1993 hit film, “Free Willy.” The film’s success, partnered with growing public interest in animals held in captivity, launched a children’s crusade that called for Keiko’s release into the wild. The result: a multimillion-dollar project that spanned four countries, weathered endless controversy and lasted nearly a decade. Through first-hand accounts by the marine mammal experts charged with his care, “Keiko The Untold Story” follows Keiko, his life, his legacy of hope, and the untold story of his extraordinary years in Iceland and Norway.