Ice Age Columbus: Who were the first Americans

Ice Age Columbus: Who were the first Americans

Firmly rooted in the latest scientific discoveries, this fascinating docudrama explores the theory that Europeans came to America much earlier than previously thought.

New archaeological data and the latest DNA research suggest that an ice bridge, formed during the last ice age, spanned the Atlantic. Follow the adventures of a Stone Age family as they travel from France and settle in America — about 17,000 years before Columbus was even born.

Ice Age Columbus – Who were the First Americans?

Ice Age Columbus - Who were the First Americans?

Traditional history tells us that European settlers discovered America about the time of the Renaissance. But revolutionary new archaeological data and the latest DNA research reveal that Europeans visited our shores far earlier  some 17,000 years before Columbus was even born. Filmed in glorious high definition, this two-hour, epic drama follows an intrepid family of stone age hunters as they trek from their homeland in southwestern France, cross 3,000 miles of ocean and eventually make their first permanent settlement in what is today the northeastern U.S.

Along the way, they overcome starvation and storms with the help of a revolutionary weapons technology they would later bequeath to the native peoples of the Americas. But awaiting the pioneers’ arrival is a stark, empty continent, filled with a plethora of bizarre and lethal animals all brought to life by brilliant computer animation. Firmly rooted in the latest scientific discoveries, it’s a compelling vision of the greatest migration in human history.

Ice Age Columbus: Who Were the First Americans?

Ice Age Columbus: Who Were the First Americans?

Traditional history tells us that European settlers discovered America about the time of the Renaissance. But revolutionary new archaeological data and the latest DNA research reveal that Europeans visited our shores far earlier – some 17,000 years before Columbus was even born.

Filmed in glorious high definition, this two-hour, epic drama follows an intrepid family of stone age hunters as they trek from their homeland in southwestern France, cross 3,000 miles of ocean and eventually make their first permanent settlement in what is today the northeastern U.S.

Along the way, they overcome starvation and storms with the help of a revolutionary weapons technology they would later bequeath to the native peoples of the Americas.

But awaiting the pioneers’ arrival is a stark, empty continent, filled with a plethora of bizarre and lethal animals – all brought to life by brilliant computer animation. Firmly rooted in the latest scientific discoveries, it’s a compelling vision of the greatest migration in human history.