Tag: elephant conservation


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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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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Elephantine Moment

Our elephant had probably died a natural death, but its bones served to salvage one night in our lives, a night full of predators. It is time humanity came together to save the body of the elephant.
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