Filmed throughout the Greater Amboseli ecosystem in Kenya, Kimana Tuskers is a natural history short film of epic proportions. Follow the famous tusker known as Craig, and the younger elephant bulls who entrust their lives to him as they navigate a vanishing landscape through the Kimana wildlife corridor. This is the passage of experience, a brotherhood, built on respect, trust and loyalty, and what awaits them is the promised land, so that one day their sons will rise to be kings…

Written & directed by Jamie Joseph, produced by Saving the Wild, and narrated by two-time Academy Award nominated actor, Djimon Hounsou. With post production by Park Road Post; the Academy Award winning facility behind the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Kimana Tuskers 

There will be free daily screenings of Kimana Tuskers from 26 May to 30 June at the new Comvita Wellness Lab on the Viaduct, with an 8 seat immersive cinema room.

Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 4:30pm and weekends at 2pm. 

Book in advance to secure your seats, by calling the Wellness Lab on 09 358 2523 or also drop by on the day.

Flat fee of $7 per day on weekends at Fanshawe Street carpark. Find out more.

Kids ride free on public transport on weekends and public holidays. Find out more

Last updated: 11 June 2021