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Our Wild World

Our Wild World

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September 09th 2013:Special Encore Presentation: Elephant in the Room, Part 2

There is and Elephant in the room that is dying. Join Eli with the Elephant in the Room production team, special guests Travis Fultion, Executive Producer; Vladimir van Maule, Director, Cinematographer; and Kire Godal, Producer and 2nd Camera. The EITR, who, with the support and funding through WildiZe Foundation, have just returned from Kenya for the making of a short film to draw attention to the elephant's plight. Elephants are in crisis like never before, it is an all out slaughter, especially in East Africa. In Kenya and Tanzania, 67-100 elephants are being killed PER DAY for their iv

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Travis Fulton

Travis Fulton, Executive Producer: Travis created the concept of Elephant in the Room. With inspiration from nature and technology Travis designs sculptures and landscapes using metal, wood, water, stone, light and objects germain to the piece. n the late 1970′s Travis conceived an idea for a public water fountain in downtown Aspen Colorado. Travis designed the look and mechanics of the fountain and Nick DeWolf invented the technology that gave the fountain a personality. In the spring of 1980, the fountain came to life as the worlds first computerized dancing fountain. 30 yrs later, it is still an iconic attraction to Aspen residents and visitors alike. http://travisfulton.net
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Kire Godal

Kire Godal, Producer: and Camera: Kire was born in Aspen, Colorado to Norwegian parents who helped found the ski resort.Growing up on horse back and on skis exploring the mountains developed a life long appreciation of the natural world and an adventurous spirit. Kire studied at UCLA for journalism and film. She has combined her love of adventure with her skills as a filmmaker to create original stories for worldwide audiences. Recently fulfilling a dream she told the story of Kenya’s Maasai warriors and lions on the brink of extinction in the flm "Lion Warriors” for National Geographic Wild Channel’s annual Big Cat Week with her brother Erik Godal who composed the music and also helped he
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Vladimir van Maule

Vladimir van Maule, Filmmontage, Director: is an award-winning cinematographer who has been filming television commercials, documentaries and features for over thirty years.Born in Prague, Czech Republic and educated at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Van Maule’s work includes film projects in Europe, North and South America, the Caribbean Asia and Africa. His films have appeared on National Geographic and the BBC, and a 2-part series entitled “Pilot Notes,” has won grand prizes at four International Film Festivals. His studio is based in an airport community, and the aircraft hangar is also a 2000 square foot sound stage. The Cessna 182, equipped with a special camera wing moun
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2129/our-wild-world 23/10/2017 08:00 23/10/2017 09:00 Our Wild World https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2129/our-wild-world There is and Elephant in the room that is dying. Join Eli with the Elephant in the Room production team, special guests Travis Fultion, Executive Producer; Vladimir van Maule, Director, Cinematographer; and Kire Godal, Producer and 2nd Camera. The EITR, who, with the support and funding through WildiZe Foundation, have just returned from Kenya for the making of a short film to draw attention to the elephant's plight. Elephants are in crisis like never before, it is an all out slaughter, especially in East Africa. In Kenya and Tanzania, 67-100 elephants are being killed PER DAY for their ivory which is shipped out through the various black market trade routes and pipelines, most of it headed for China with no end in sight. As China builds it's capacity and the middle class climbs the economic ladder and desire to reconnect with their history and culture to honor their ancestors and wealth and status, ivory, and thus dead elephants, are in ever more demand. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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