Author: Marie&Cyril


Lion - ©Lysander Christo

Looking for Collectors

We are looking for collectors of our 20 x 24 inch black and white photographs for research in the field on a film on the meaning and importance of the lion to indigenous peoples and humanity as a whole called, Silent Pride - The Last Lions of Africa.
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Warming landscape in Norway. Courtesy Cyril Christo

Earth’s Greatest Predator No Match for Man

CLIMATE CHANGE: Polar bears are listed as vulnerable by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, but they should be classified as endangered — if the ice completely goes, they will disappear forever. A central light, a being of unbelievable strength and grace, a central soul at the top of the world will be no more. A key measure of why we are here on Earth will have vanished.
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Christo-Wilkinson Elephant Photography

Planned Parenthood “Artists for Choice” Benefit at Guild Hall East Hampton – June 15, 2019

PLANNED PARENTHOOD BENEFIT! One of our photographs, “Zambezi Elephants I,” is up for auction. Join us for Artists for Choice, a concert and art auction to benefit PPHP’s health care services, education programs, and advocacy efforts in Suffolk County.
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WALKING THUNDER FILM AT TAOS FILM FESTIVAL

PASATIEMPO: Cyril Christo and Marie Wilkinson’s Ode to the African Elephant

SEE THE FILM: Walking Thunder: Ode to the African Elephant screens at 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 21, as part of the Taos Environmental Film Festival.
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Christo & Wilkinson Baby Elephants

TAOS ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL AND SATELLITE EXHIBITION AT THE PHILIP BAREISS GALLERY

TAOS ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL AND SATELLITE EXHIBITION AT THE PHILIP BAREISS GALLERY
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Walking Thunder Film opens in Santa Fe

FILM REVIEW: A World without Elephants

FILM REVIEW: Christo and Wilkinson wisely stay in the background for most of the film, letting their son, the people of the land, and the animals themselves tell their story.
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SAVE THE WHALES - Cyril Christo Editorial

Are These the Last Days of Leviathan?

When the humpback songs came out in the 1960s, some thought they were the voice of extraterrestrials. I know some don’t want to hear of tragedy, but we have no more than a few years to turn the tide around. That is what the next decade will all be about.
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©WALKING THUNDER FILM - Elephant Conservation

WALKING THUNDER FILM: Q & A with filmmakers Cyril Christo & Marie Wilkinson

“Walking Thunder,” a film by Cyril Christo and Marie Wilkinson, tracks elephants across Africa. The couple’s son, Lysander, guides viewers through his discovery, first of the elephants and peoples of Africa, and then of the threats they face. Christo calls the film a “prayer” for the species.
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Saved by the Great Being — the elephant

The Chinese ivory market is being dismantled after 5,000 years. There may be a little more hope than a year ago for the elephant but the narcissist butchery of hunters and the carnage of poaching still challenge the species and many others.
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©Lysander Christo - Lions 2017

Ghosts in the Grass: The Last Lions of Africa

The presence of lions evokes a sense of wonder and an antediluvian shudder. Lions impressed Lysander to call them “the ghosts in the grass.” They are regal in appearance, power and courage like few species on earth.
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