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Our Wild World

Our Wild World

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October 14th 2013:How You Can Help An Elephant with Timothy Gorski, Cody Westheimer and Julia Newmann

Last week with special guests Tim, Cody and Julia, we had a rousing discussion about the film How I Became An Elephant and composing the musical score. We found that we couldn’t begin to cover all the information we wanted to share about what is happening to our wild world’s elephants, and more importantly, what is being done and how you can help- with time, your social networks, and where your financial contributions will be well put to use. Elephants are under attack now more than ever: slaughtered, culled, poached and made captives. Fifty years ago there were 3 million elephants across the

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Tim Gorski

Tim is the award winning director and investigator for Rattle the Cage Productions. He has investigated 118 wildlife venues and wildlife markets in SE Asia and is one of the few westerners to penetrate the ruthless live elephant smuggling rings. His latest film How I Became An Elephant landed the Best Children’s Program award in Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival and was responsible for the ban on elephant street begging in Thai cities. Tim led a team of filmmakers on a campaign to Antarctica to document the heated whale wars with Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. His award winning film At The Edge of The World was eventually repackaged into Animal Planet’s popular program, WHALE WARS. T
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Julia Newmann

Cody Westheimer and Julia Newmann, own and operate New West Studios, Inc - a custom music scoring facility in West Los Angeles. Sweethearts since their USC days these two versatile music makers have brought heart and soul to hundreds of projects through the years. While Julia has garnered two ASCAP awards during her 5 year (current) stint on the hit Fox show, "BONES," Cody has focused primarily on independent cinema, scoring over 40 feature narratives and documentaries in addition to being sought for thematic sports themes - including the Tour de France and Major League Soccer, both on NBC. Their nearly 1,000 tracks comprising the "New West Studios Scoring Collection" has been in high demand
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Cody Westheimer

Cody Westheimer and Julia Newmann, own and operate New West Studios, Inc - a custom music scoring facility in West Los Angeles. Sweethearts since their USC days these two versatile music makers have brought heart and soul to hundreds of projects through the years. While Julia has garnered two ASCAP awards during her 5 year (current) stint on the hit Fox show, "BONES," Cody has focused primarily on independent cinema, scoring over 40 feature narratives and documentaries in addition to being sought for thematic sports themes - including the Tour de France and Major League Soccer, both on NBC. Their nearly 1,000 tracks comprising the "New West Studios Scoring Collection" has been in high demand
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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 Last week with special guests Tim, Cody and Julia, we had a rousing discussion about the film How I Became An Elephant and composing the musical score. We found that we couldn’t begin to cover all the information we wanted to share about what is happening to our wild world’s elephants, and more importantly, what is being done and how you can help- with time, your social networks, and where your financial contributions will be well put to use. Elephants are under attack now more than ever: slaughtered, culled, poached and made captives. Fifty years ago there were 3 million elephants across their range states, today, there are a mere 300,000. From illegal wildlife trafficking syndicates feeding a thirst for ivory to those elephants that are taken from the wild to live a life of captivity, abuse and hard labor- slaves to us and our entertainment. How I Became an Elephant Trailer http://youtu.be/BeBwe7yTw7o; VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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