Directed, co-produced, co-edited and written by Kim MacQuarrie. The Living Edens: Manu is a one-hour, Emmy-winning documentary filmed entirely in the remote Manu National Park in southeastern Peru. The film chronicles a year in the lives of a variety of rainforest inhabitants: a rare Harpy Eagle family, a tree sloth, a family of six-foot-long Giant Otters, and other creatures such as a jaguar, brilliantly-plumaged macaws, and anteaters. Manu has some of the richest wildlife anywhere in the Amazon and the film's cinematography reflects this. The film also won a major award at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival.