I went to the @wilderlandfest wildlife film festival at the @epsteintheatre this evening. I'm so very glad I got to see the 9 short films. All very thought provoking in their own way, for different reasons, and highlighting different species. The tour is part way through, but if there's any chance you can get to one of the remaining evenings I highly recommend it. https://www.wilderlandfestival.com/ #wilderland #wilderlandfilmfestival #wilderlandfest #wildlifefilm #wildlifefilmfestival #conservation #conservationfilm #wildlifeconservation
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Well it’s about time! I’ve been trying to film this spider since earlier this summer! Anybody got a guess what kind? :D #wildlife #spider #animals #outdoors #film #wildlifefilm #education #lou#louisiana #adventure #ven#venom/a> #spi#spidersofinstagram #bugs #entomology #louisiana #spoider #🕷 #🕸 #youtuber #venom #spiders
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"Exploring the Pacific Northwest" preliminary selection 2020 WCFF. Producer and Director, Ian A. Nelson. Join planning committee, become media partner or fiscal advertiser, contact: [email protected] WCFF in Los Angeles, April 23-26, 2020. The 10 year anniversary in New York, October 15-25, 2020. Over 100 documentary films with panel discussions, networking, receptions, field trips and more. Filmmakers, scientists, photographers and conservationists will be in attendance from over 40 nations. The WCFF mission is to inform, engage and inspire wildlife conservation through the power of film. #WCFF #Biodiversity #WildlifeDocumentary #NatureDocumentary #PowerofFilm #NewYork #LosAngeles #Manhattan #Conservation #Environment #WildlifeFilm #NatureFilm #NewYorkCity #EndangeredSpecies #WildlifeConservationFilmFestival
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😍 How cute is this baby❓ Lilic Tri Merle male with 2 different color eyes from (MR.Kickin Drip X Moni Monroe) for info on him Dm @burrnationk9s1 . . . . . #pitbull #puppies #rednose #instadogs #wildlife #shaketheblock #animalwatch #putbulls #dog#dog#dogsstagram #pitbulllove #love #wtb #pet #bul#bulldog> #animals #pitbullnation #bullies #rednosepitbull #americanbully #pets #staffy #americanbullies #pitbullsofinstagram #wildlifefilm #pitbullofficial #wildlifephotography #dogs #puppy #bulldog #dogsofinstagram
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Feeling black and white #elephants #wildlife #blackandwhitephotography ___________________________ Watch wildlife Videos in Bio
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THE XOLO.. Meet Milo, the esoteric star of YouTube's Animal TV show Animal Watch 'The Xolo'. Beautiful or strange? What do you think? @milothexolo . . #xol#xol#uintli #xolo #xololovers #dog#dog #dog#dogs #animalwatch #wildlifefilm #wildlifephotography #wildlifelovers #animallovers #dog #dogs #hairless #
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Australian sea lions are super awesome! We spent a morning with a playful lot in Jurien Bay and although it was freezing they were just too much fun to get out of the water 😊
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FROM AUSTRALIA: Judas Collar, dir. Alison James, 2018⠀ ⠀ Look at the consequences of human interference with the camel populations of Australia in this powerful women-made narrative short that is currently contending for the Oscars' shorts nomination ⠀ ⠀ WHAT IT’S ABOUT: Camels in the Australian outback face a cruel ordeal: a camel traveling with a herd is located, tranquilized, and has a tracking collar device put on its neck. When the so marked camel rejoins the caravan, the hunters can use the device’s location to find the herd and to be able to shoot them from the helicopters easily. The protagonist of “Judas Collar” is the unlucky camel to be seized by humans. As the device on her neck leads to the deaths of her close ones, she realizes that she is now a danger to her kind. “Judas Collar” shows the female camel struggling with the unsolvable dilemma: to stay alone for the rest of her life, which is torture for a social animal, or to bring death and suffering upon others?⠀ ⠀ WHY YOU NEED TO WATCH: This short film is one of the purest, unadulterated depictions of tragedy to ever hit the screens. Technically sophisticated, but narratively understated and simple, it has no voice-overs or dialogue, just the distressed camel struggling with the choice between duty and the need for company. You don’t even need to be a lover of animal films to relate to the camel’s pain and to appreciate the tenderness with which it was depicted. When describing “Judas Collar” one is compelled to use the word “human” to show just how easy it is to empathize with the camel in the film. It would be fair to say that “Judas Collar” has a “humanizing” approach, that it shows the subject very “humanely”, that the pain in the camel’s eyes is truly “human”. But the lesson of “Judas Collar” is that humans as a species have no claim to fraternity and goodness as their defining, distinctive characteristics. The beauty of this short film is that through observing its furry, hoofed protagonist, the viewer can aspire to work on their own “camelity.” And we can always use this in our lives.⠀ ⠀ Read the full review AND SEE THE FULL FILM on our website for a limited time, LINK IN BIO.
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