Over the years, the Chengdu Panda Base has worked with several domestic and foreign TV companies to produce educational films and television programs about giant pandas for international audiences. In 2003, National Geographic came to the Chengdu Panda Base to shoot and produce “Panda Week”, a special broadcast for the National Geographic Channel. In March 2008, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) came to the Panda Base and filmed and produced an episode of Blue Peter, a popular children’s program. Cast visited the giant panda nursery and helped care for the giant pandas on film. Two years later and in affiliation with the BBC, Andrew Graham-Brown Films, better known as AGB Films, produced and filmed “Panda Maker”, a documentary series that premiered on BBC at 8:00 pm, December 7, 2010. The program took four awards at the 2011 International Wildlife Film Festival including the Special Jury Prize, Best Presentation Award, Best Environmental Protection and Environmental Project Award, and Best Script Award. In August 2011, TV2 Norway filmed and produced “The Wildlife Vet”, a series about a Norwegian veterinarian and her husband who travel the world helping animals in need,“The Story of 51 Grams” film played in more than 30 movie theaters across Japan in January 2012. “51 Grams” was a joint venture filmed and produced by the Chengdu Panda Base and Dragon Films, Inc. over the course of 6 years. The main character Wu Yi is a giant panda cub born in 2006 at the Chengdu Panda Base. Wu Yi weighed just 51 grams at birth; the lowest giant panda birth weight on record. It was the first fully Chinese-themed and Chinese-produced film released in mainstream movie theaters in Japan and it garnered a great deal of attention from Japanese media.Mainstream media outlets from more than ten countries in the world regularly report about the Chengdu Giant Panda Release Center. In particular, Japan’s Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) sent a camera crew to Chengdu to film an episode of “Incredible Discoveries Around The Globe”, giving high praise to the endeavors made by the Chinese government regarding wildlife conservation and ecological environment rehabilitation.