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Tuesday, September 29 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Breaking Through the Noise: How Can Wildlife Storytelling Compete for Attention in an Oversaturated Media Landscape?

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In the Covidian Age of the Kardashians and Tiger Kings, how can filmmakers help scientists and researchers reach a broader audience and t meserve as a tool to disseminate their important findings? How do we get these stories of wildlife and wildlife habitat to break through the noise on news and on social media?

Speakers
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Morgan Heim

Conservation Photographer & Filmmaker
(MA) Journalism, (BS) Zoology — founded Neon Raven Story Labs, a storytelling and strategy platform for conservation, and co-launched Her Wild Vision Initiative, aimed at raising the voices of diverse women in the craft of visual storytelling. Morgan is a Senior Fellow with the... 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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Ben Masters

Fin and Fur Films
Ben Masters is an emmy nominated director and cinematographer who makes independent short and feature-length films about wildlife conservation efforts and environmental issues.
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Eric Bendick

Series Producer, Grizzly Creek Films
Eric Bendick is an Emmy-winning Storyteller, Director and Producer for Montana-based GRIZZLY CREEK FILMS. His work is motivated by an exploration of connectivity, conflict, intersection, and balance among the human and natural world. Credits include broadcast specials and series for... Read More →


Tuesday September 29, 2020 10:00am - 11:00am MDT
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