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Antarctica Dreaming and Serenity - Southern Seas - hybrid HD-DVDs    

February 19, 2007

USA based Distributer DVD International is re-releasing Antarctica Dreaming and Serenity - Southern Seas in a hybrid HD-DVD / DVD format on it's new HD-Scape label. The discs are playable in either Standard Definition players or on new HD-DVD players. Both programs have been produced entirely in High Definition with soundtracks mixed in 5.1 surround sound.

Antarctica Dreaming HD-DVD has been specifically reversioned for USA customers with a new, re-recorded narration read by Ben Feldstein. The original Standard Definition DVD 'International' version remains available in Australia / New Zealand and Cruise Ship outlets. Both versions have the option of playing Natural Sound with Music only without Narration.

Serenity - Southern Seas HD-DVD is an ambient mood piece of beautiful seaside images with an evocative music score composed and played by Terry Oldfield.

After many years of presenting David's classic Coral Sea Dreaming to the USA market, DVD International have launched the HD-Scape label to showcase wonderful photography and great sound on new HD Home Theater systems.

Plankton Productions are currently producing several new HD titles for release on HD-Scape during 2007.

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