Flying Monsters 3D a film produced by Atlantic Productions in association with Sky 3D and distributed by National Geographic Cinema Ventures took home the honors for Best 3D Film at this year’s Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. The Last Lions a feature-length documentary produced and distributed by NGCV and directed by National Geographic Explorers-in-Residence Dereck and Beverly Joubert received awards for Best Theatrical Film Best Music and Best Editing. “It’s an honor to have been recognized by Jackson Hole for these two films ” says Lisa Truitt president of NGCV. “We and the filmmakers are thrilled that the judges appreciated the amazing sensation of flying through the prehistoric forest with the pterosaurs in Flying Monsters 3D. We agree: Both The Last Lions and Flying Monsters 3D are unforgettable and hopefully audiences around the world will agree.” In Flying Monsters 3D which has opened in giant-screen theatres around the United States world-renowned naturalist Sir David Attenborough immerses audiences in a prehistoric world to witness the story of pterosaurs. The Last Lions was released in February and follows the life of an ostracized lioness and her cubs as they fight to survive — overcoming raging wildfires marauding male lions intent on killing any cubs not of their lineage and an aggressive and competing pride of lionesses.