Environmental Film Fest: Summer Series

Conservation Shorts I: Iconic Wildlife

Expired July 12, 2021 3:45 AM
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Available to stream anytime, Thursday, July 8, through Sunday July 11.

This program highlights stories of at-risk wildlife populations and the human activities that help and hurt their conservation. From bison to ocelot to wolves and other predators, see how conservationists are keeping track of endangered wildlife and navigating conflicting public and private interests to give these species the space to thrive.  

Discussion recorded for the March 2021 Environmental Film Festival. Featuring:

Filipe DeAndrade (Director, Wildlife Killing Contests) is a Brazilian born, Cleveland raised, filmmaker with a passion for wildlife. Filipe freely admits he is addicted to adventure. Full bio here.

Camilla H. Fox is the founder and executive director of Project Coyote -- a national non-profit organization based in Mill Valley, California that promotes compassionate conservation and coexistence between people and wildlife through education, science, and advocacy. Full bio here.

Ben Masters (Director, American Ocelot) is a filmmaker and writer specializing in wildlife and adventure stories. He is most known for directing the feature length documentary The River and The Wall (2019 DCEFF Opener). Full bio here.

Benjamin Drummond and Sara Joy Steele (Co-Directors, How to Count a Wolf) craft stories about the natural world in the human age. As a documentary team, they collaborate with nonprofits, academic institutions and others to create change through filmmaking, photography and interactive design. Full bio here.

Joe Flannery (Director, The Last Herd) is a conservationist, author, and filmmaker. He works full-time for the US Forest Service in Nevada City, CA.

Mara Webster (Moderator) is a programmer, producer, content curator, moderator and interviewer. She is the Co-Founder and Head of Programming for In Creative Company, a year-round digital talk series focusing on in depth craft driven discussions around the creative process across film, television, theater and the arts.

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    27 minutes
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    United States
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