CREATE AN ACCOUNT WITH TRIBECA

Creating an account with Tribecafilm.com gives you access to more features and services, like our weekly newsletter and other special features just for the film community.

SIGN IN

Forgot your password?
Close
Close
WISH LIST SEARCH

WISH LISTS

Get the most out of this year’s Festival experience with Wish Lists! Add, organize and purchase tickets to the films you care about and stay one step ahead of the crowds.

SIGN UP FOR MY TRIBECA

In order for all this Wish List sorcery to work, you must have have a My Tribeca account.

Creating an account with Tribecafilm.com gives you access to more features and services, like Wish Lists.

Want to sign up?
Click here and we'll take care of you.

Already have an account?
Click here to sign in.

| 90 MIN | 2006

THE BIOLOGY OF KING KONG

Large_film_12735147_photo1
Peter Jackson's special-effects extravaganza presents one of the most realistic movie monsters in cinematic history, but could a giant gorilla like Kong really exist? Well, yes. But feeding him might prove a bit challenging. 2006 Academy Award winner Joe Letteri (Special Effects, King Kong) world renowned animal behaviorist Roger Fouts, biologist Amy Vedder and others discuss creating authentic creatures for the big screen with ABC News correspondent and NPR contributor Robert Krulwich.
Film Information
Length: 90 minutes
Language: (Unknown)
Country:
Premiere: Unknown
Cast & Credits

COMMENTS – JOIN THE CONVERSATION

© 2014 Tribeca Enterprises LLC | Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions