GLOBAL SEMINAR OPPORTUNITY
Documentary Filmmaking in Kenya: Techniques in Visual Storytelling on Wildlife and Wildlands Conservation
June 12-July 26, 2019
Mpala Research Center, Nanyuki
This seminar will guide filmmakers and Africanists to search for answers to two questions: How can the art of film advance the causes of science? How do communities use media to support their environmental activism? Over the course of six weeks, seminar students, in their work with scientists, filmmakers, and environmental activists, will begin to understand some of the international development issues — water, wildlife, agriculture, and land use — and will learn how to communicate about them through video. Led by filmmaker Katie Carpenter ’79 and Director of the Program in Environmental Studies Dan Rubenstein.
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