• Released
  • January 16, 2016
  • (Limited)
  • G , 1 hr 27 min
  • Action/Adventure
The Eagle Huntress Synopsis
The Eagle Huntress follows Aisholpan, a 13-year-old girl, as she trains to become the first female in twelve generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter.
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Movie Reviews

The Eagle Huntress

By nashimova
She is Kazakh not Mongolian. Stop saying Mongolian, it is not the same thing. Kazakhstan and Mongolia are two different countries and nationalities!...

Good girl power doc, but.... a bit short!

By sbt427n
So, the teenager gal won big at the annual competition, beating out the much bigger "men". Good for girl power. Good footage on Mongolian landscapes also. But.... somehow, there wasn't enough...

This is a must see movie

By mpallais56
What a wonderful movie about an ambitious, charming young woman and her quest to enter unexplored territory. A great movie for school age children to see with their parents. It explores her drive,...

spectacular and absorbing

By ilzeachoi
I was completely absorbed with this story from start to finish. It was fascinating to take a virtual visit to a very different culture, seeing how the people live and interact with each other. The...

The Eagle Huntress

By dhumph783
Scenery and participants were excellent--amazing lifestyle --they live so basically --yet the people all seem so happy !! IT would be a good movie for 8 to 10 yr olds--instead of the violence in...

Stunning and Powerful Documentary!

By coreykupfer

The Eagle Huntress

By kmt7139
All 5 of us -- grandparents, grown kids, and one child loved it. Very heartwarming story of determination, selfless love and positive influences. Beautiful cinematrography. A very feel good story....

By rebeccatavangar
This film was excellent! The cinematography and scenery were breathtaking and the relationship of father- daughter was moving. A 3-thumbs up! ????...

Simply amazing - a true heart warming story for all.

By mriddiford433


By sjschus
Beautifully filmed story of a very grounded young girl. Unique....

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Rated G
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Inspiring documentary about barrier-breaking teen girl.
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