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New Trailer Released for “Billy & Molly: A Tale of Otter Romance”

National Geographic has announced the release date and debut of the trailer for the highly acclaimed and touching documentary, “BILLY & MOLLY: AN OTTER LOVE STORY.”

Directed by renowned photographer and filmmaker Charlie Hamilton James, and produced by Emmy and BAFTA Award-winner Jeff Wilson of Silverback Films, this emotionally powerful film showcases how love can rekindle our appreciation for the beauty of nature.

Executive producers Alastair Fothergill and Keith Scholey, along with National Geographic’s Tom McDonald and Janet Vissering, bring this heartwarming story to life. The film follows the captivating journey of a wild otter named Molly, who finds sanctuary with Billy Mail, his wife Susan, and their loyal sheepdog Jade in the remote Scottish islands of Shetland.

Through captivating cinematography and a soul-stirring musical score by Erland Cooper, “BILLY & MOLLY: AN OTTER LOVE STORY” explores the profound impact that animals and the environment have on our lives. Director Charlie Hamilton James, a National Geographic favorite, has crafted a masterpiece that highlights the power of love and connection.

Having premiered at prestigious film festivals like South by Southwest (SXSW) and Copenhagen International Documentary Festival (CPH:DOX), the film is set to captivate audiences at the San Francisco Film Festival (SFFILM) and Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival. “BILLY & MOLLY: AN OTTER LOVE STORY” is scheduled to premiere on National Geographic on May 6, with streaming availability on Disney+ and Hulu the following day.

In anticipation of the release, Tom McDonald, National Geographic’s executive vice president of Global Factual and Unscripted Content, expressed his excitement for the film’s impact on viewers. Director Charlie Hamilton James shared his passion for the project, emphasizing the film’s message of love and connection to the natural world.

“BILLY & MOLLY: AN OTTER LOVE STORY” promises to be a heartwarming and insightful documentary that reminds us of the beauty and importance of the world around us.

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