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February 26, 2013

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Veteran wildlife film producer Chris Palmer's controversial book, Shooting in the Wild: An Insider's Account of Making Movies in the Animal Kingdom, has been widely praised. Now it has been turned into a film for public television. Hosted by National Geographic emerging explorer and filmmaker Alexandra Cousteau, the film takes a behind-the-scenes peek into the world of natural history filmmaking …more

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A number of short student films will be shown followed by a discussion with the filmmakers on the opportunities and challenges in environmental filmmaking. The panel, moderated by Sandy Cannon-Brown will include Sarah Gulick, Sylvia Johnson, Erin Finicane, Ana Sotelo, Brian Kelley, and Jenny Stratton.

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This is a memorial tribute to the award-winning documentary filmmaker of the Amazon. Following a screening of Adrian Cowell's Decade of Destruction film series, which revealed the pressures that led to the greatest destruction of tropical forest ever, Barbara Bramble, Senior Advisor for International Climate and Energy, National Wildlife Federation, will discuss Adrian's life and work with Steve …more

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True Wolf (USA, 2012, 76 min.) This is the story of a wolf called Koani, who, with the help of her human companions, became an ambassador for her species, traveling the country to help raise awareness about wolves and challenge both the age-old perception of the Big Bad Wolf and the New Age portrayal of the wolf as a noble savage. Directed by Rob Whitehair; produced by Pam Voth; executive …more

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Last year, SOC grad students Sarah Gulick, Sylvia Johnson, and Erin Finicane were on a mission: to go into National Park Service Wilderness areas and bring back stories from the wild. Braving the elements, they produced a video series that captures the diversity of an American Wilderness experience. We invite you to join us for a screening of the series followed by a discussion about the valuable …more

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