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Taos Environmental Film Festival

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“Seeking Harmony and Happiness in an Unsettled World” is the theme of the fourth edition of the Taos Environmental Film Festival, which will take place between April 18 and April 22 this year.

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- Apr 18, 2018
The Matter of Life and Death

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As a lifelong photographer and multi-disciplinary artist, I am repeatedly drawn to the harsh beauty of the elemental transformations that occur in our everyday lives. I have photographed birth, death,…

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- Feb 11, 2016
Films for Kids: Wild and Scenic Film Festival

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Formed in 1993 in Eugene, Oregon, the Western Environmental Law Center (WELC) states its mission as using “the power of the law to defend and protect the American West’s treasured landscapes, iconic wildlife…

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- Sep 16, 2013
Nature is Dying

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Izilwane teamed up with American University and the School of Communication's Visual Literacy class, taught by Kimberley R. Williams. After watching the film Call of Life, students determined…

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- Apr 18, 2013
Allison Argo: filmmaker, conservationist

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Raised in a theatrical family, filmmaker Allison Argo learned early on the art of storytelling. And when she met Ivan, a 27-year-old gorilla held in a 14-by-14 foot concrete cell in a mall in Tacoma, Washington,…

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- Jan 28, 2013
Pathway Toward Soul: The Film Journey

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This film is my most challenging and the most critical, with the potential to transform the face of fur fashion, save the lives of countless animals around the world, awaken humanity on our planet, and…

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- Nov 19, 2012
My Pantanal: The Movie

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Join Panthera and young cowboy Aerenilso as they explore the ranches and wetlands of western Brazil, looking for the elusive jaguar. This short film addresses some of the concerns of local ranchers and…

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- Sep 10, 2012
Lysander’s Song

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You know that feeling, looking back on childhood memories, when you aren’t sure whether the memory is actually yours? Perhaps you extrapolated from a photo you saw or drew from stories you were told. Like…

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- Aug 06, 2012
The First Sumatran Rhino to be Born in Captivity in Indonesia

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Last Saturday, June 23, 2012, at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in Way Kambas National Park, the female rhino Ratu gave birth to a baby male after a 16-month gestation period. The baby rhino was named Andatu,…

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- Jun 28, 2012
The Extinction of the Tasmanian Tiger

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The last known wild Tasmanian tiger (thylacine) was shot in 1930, and the last thylacine in captivity died six years later in the Hobart Zoo. The Tasmanian tiger was officially declared extinct in 1986,…

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- Jun 21, 2012
Dancing with Horses

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In 1997, choreographer JoAnna Mendl Shaw developed a unique collaboration between equestrianism and dance, a new connection between horse and human. By partnering natural horsemanship with elaborate choreography,…

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- Apr 08, 2012