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Thursday, October 1 • 8:00am - 9:00am
Impact Campaign Finalist Film Case Studies

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A conversation with the Impact Campaign Finalist films: The Elephant Queen, Sea of Shadows, Peng Yu Sai.

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Malaika Vaz

National Geographic Explorer, wildlife presenter and filmmaker
Malaika is a National Geographic Explorer, wildlife presenter and filmmaker. As part of her Nat Geo Early Career grant, Malaika recently created a 3-part documentary series on the community-led conservation of Big Cats in India titled 'Living with Predators' which is scheduled to... Read More →
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Ru Mahoney

Impact Producer
Ru Mahoney is an Impact Producer working at the nexus of storytelling, communication science and action. She's worked on films for National Geographic, BBC, and PBS, including the recent eco-thriller "Sea of Shadows." After several years in the film industry she founded Project Impact... Read More →
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Victoria Stone

Director / Producer
Victoria Stone is a Director / Producer. She and her partner Mark Deeble are award-winning wildlife filmmakers, based in Kenya. They are known for their story-driven films, celebrating biodiversity and the inter-connectivity of the natural world. Their most recent film, The Elephant... Read More →
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Mark Deeble

Cinematographer and Director/Writer
Mark Deeble is a cinematographer and director/writer. He has produced multi-award winning ‘authored’ films with his partner Victoria Stone, both above and below water over a period 30 years. Besides directing and writing the couple’s films, he worked on Terrence Malick’s Voyage... Read More →
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Etienne Oliff

Filmmaker, Educationalist and Conservationist
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Nitye Sood

Director & Producer, Peng Yu Sai

Session Producers
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Maggie Burnette Stogner

Executive Director Center For Environmental Filmmaking American University
Maggie Burnette Stogner is the Executive Director of the Center for Environmental Filmmaking at American University in Washington, D.C. She has been directing, producing, and writing award-winning documentariesfor 30 years, including a decade at National Geographic for their signature... Read More →

Thursday October 1, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am MDT