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CEF: National Geographic Society's landmark series "Great Migrations"

Dave Hamlin, producer of Great Migrations

Great Migrations

The Center for Environmental Filmmaking presents: Dave Hamlin, producer of Great Migrations.

Series Producer David Hamlin will show excerpts from the stunning footage he and a team of world-class filmmakers shot over three years in 20 countries and talk about the challenges they encountered. Great Migrations is the most ambitious series in the history of the National Geographic Society -- a seven hour exploration of the millions of creatures who wage tortuous journeys every year for the sake of themselves, their families and even their species.

Filming Animals

Dave Hamlin

Producer Dave Hamlin speaks to American University students about National Geographic’s television mini-series “Great Migrations.” Hamlin answers a question from a student regarding how to safely film migrating animals.

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Great Migrations: Crabs

Dave Hamlin

Producer Dave Hamlin speaks to American University students about National Geographic’s television mini-series “Great Migrations.” Hamlin details the trouble of documenting the migration of crabs through the Indian Ocean.

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Producing Great Migrations

Dave Hamlin

Producer Dave Hamlin speaks to American University students about National Geographic’s television mini-series “Great Migrations.” Hamlin details some of the aspects of producing the series, including hours spent shooting, cameras, and developing a story.

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Pronghorns

Dave Hamlin

Producer Dave Hamlin speaks to American University students about National Geographic’s television mini-series “Great Migrations.” Hamlin discusses the Pronghorn and the issues with its preservation.

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National Geographic

Dave Hamlin

Highlight reel of Dave Hamlin, producer of Great Migrations at National Geographic.

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