"Save the Elephants"
Picture Farm and director Kess Broekman-Dattner teamed up with Save The Elephants to document the arrival to New York of Benjamin Loloju from STE and Letioye Serenoy from Elephant Watch Camp, two Samburu Warriors who made the journey from Northern Kenya to New York. These two men took part in the Saving the Elephants 10k run/walk around Central Park — sponsored by Ivory Ella — to raise funds for Save The Elephants. The warriors’ trip to New York was part of a continuing effort to bring ever-more awareness to the serious issue of elephant poaching and to highlight the universal connection of all living beings, be they pachyderm, human or other. Picture Farm has long supported Save the Elephants (STE), a Kenya-based elephant research and conservation organisation which works to secure a future for elephants in Africa. Specializing in elephant research and cutting-edge technology, STE provides scientific insights into elephant behaviour, intelligence, and long-distance movements and applies them to the challenges of elephant survival. To read more, click here https://goo.gl/LYdEV6
Director / Camera / Editor: Kess Broekman-Dattner
Production & Post: Picture Farm
Executive Producer: Ben Freedman
Photographer: Cleveland Jones
Post Supervisor: Leslie Yoon
Post Producer: Kari Ickert
Composer: Ryan Teague
Colorist: Roslyn Di Sisto, Nice Shoes
Assistant Editors: Regina Spurlock, Matt Egan, Jose Roman, DeAnita Redwood, Jennifer Roberts
Sound Mixer: Regina Spurlock, Kess Broekman-Dattner
GFX: Claudia Perez
Wildlife Photographer: Nina Constable
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