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In 1970 Kenya had 20,000 black rhinos. By 1989 only 400 rhinos were left. In 2017 alone, Kenya lost 9 rhinos to poaching. The only way to save rhinos from extinction is to create a secure habitat for them to live and breed. Next on Giving Nature a Voice, watch the remarkable story of how Ol Pejeta Conservancy is saving its rhinos. The conservancy, which started with only 4 black rhinos in 1988 now has 114.
Hetal “Teeku” Patel
Snakes are unpleasant organisms for the inhabitants, having myths and legends about them. And they are killed indiscriminately. The scientifics should work with the communities that support them from being attacked, and thus preserve these organisms.
Luis Enrique Cruz Trujillo
Flying master and king of the skies of the Pyrenees, the lammergeier is able to rise in the most adverse weather conditions. This is a tribute to the flight of the lammergeier, the wind's beards.
This film will educate the public on an endangered species in their country that no one knows or is
talking about. We will look at what makes an African Wild Dog so unique and give insight on how
they are as a species with regards to their social dynamics and hunting techniques as a pack.
Part of the Pack will take the form of a short conservation documentary on African Wild Dogs. It is
one of Earth's oldest canines, with every dog having a unique coat differentiating the pack and giving
This film will show the organisations assisting and monitoring this species and we will interview
conservationists at the oldest game reserve in south Africa, who dedicate their lives to make a
difference. We will highlight the challenges and life threatening situations that African Wild Dogs
have to face on a daily basis. As a pack they face the threat of snaring, poaching, sicknesses, natural
enemies as well as negligent driving in reserves.
This film will enlighten and encourage the public on how it can assist, what it can do to make a
change, and how it can educate others to make a difference in the outcome the species is facing.
This film will represent the needs of Wild Dogs, and be the voice they need in order for assistance
and care. This film will bring light on the silent epidemic this species is facing and be the motivation
to get the public involved to make a difference.
After the city of Mostar died, the girl who lived in it tells the story of how a small town died of common and large diseases.
Ka Manō Moana is a documentary about the importance of sharks in the Oceans and in our fight against climate change.
Documentary about Malcata mountain range, in all of its dimensions and surroundings.
A journey that seeks to unravel the history of the region from the last 600 million years to the present day.
Malcata, located between Portugal and Spain, it’s a land of transition; a space of encounters and influence but permanently ruled by its isolation.
Since the pre-Roman era to the present day, settlers have dug these lands in search of its mineral riches and manipulated their watercourses, repelled invasions and used the border to move goods and men.
This journey will take us to the comeback of illustrious Black vulture, grebes that gather in reservoirs to sharpen their dancing acts, mills that gave rise to the development of rural communities, evidence of prehistoric animal activity remaining on the rocks, the daily struggle against the scarcity of resources and the Iberian lynx, the most endangered feline in the world, and which still lives in peoples’ memories.
Miguel Cortes Costa
Attila who lives alone in a small town finds one Lira one the floor while walking down the road. He then uses that Lira to buy a loaf of bread from the local bakery and heads back to his house. At his house, he starts to prepare lunch. He sits down with the lunch he made and the bread he got from the bakery. After eating about half of the bread he gets full and decides to go get some rest. A piece of bread left out in the open will get stale after one day. Attila notices he has left the bread on the table and sees that it has gone stale and decides to throw it away. As the loaf of bread gets thrown away time starts to rewind, and we then see everything that had to happen to get that loaf of bread on the table. Every detail from the bread being made in the bakery to the soil being planted in the farms. When you toss the seeds into the soil sometimes a few of the seeds get tossed out of place and end up on a road near the farm. Next to those seeds that have been tossed out of place lands One Lira from another time.
Sweet Poison (Doce Veneno) is a documentary film that elucidates the consequences of pesticide usage in Northeast Brazil. Limoeiro Do Norte is a city of 60,000 where the repercussions of pesticide poisoning have devastated communities. From a contaminated water supply and to high incidents of birth defects, disability and terminal illness, the inhabitants of this city have been intimately affected by their exposure to pesticides. While farm workers are still preparing and spraying pesticides without access to proper protection, one
person is dying of cancer every nine days. When local activist Zé Maria revealed the harmful impacts of pesticides to the media, he was murdered for speaking out. Farm workers in Limoeiro have collaborated to organize and advocate, and have won historic legislation to protect their communities. This documentary shares their story to spread the movement in hopes of creating the momentum for authentic change.
Topli Do village is located in the Nature park “Stara planina”, around 30 km from Pirot (South of Serbia). Villagers have been taking turn in their night watch duties for days now in the hope they can stop the so-called investor from building a mini hydro powerplant. Locals over 60 are guards. They are gathering next to the fire every night.