Directed by Judith Dwan Hallet — In the summer of 1960, 26-year-old Jane Goodall set out for Africa. Her mission was to find and observe an elusive tribe of chimpanzees. Today, Jane has grown from a stranger to the chimp’s local friend and strongest ally. Her lifelong dedication to the study of chimpanzees has helped to identify them as man’s closest relative. In The Life and Legend of Jane Goodall, Jane shares her personal story of the triumphs and trials that come with leading a life in the wild. Jane also speaks fondly about her relationship with her favorite family of chimps that she calls the “F” troop.