“The production standards is off the scale, the support you’ve got is off the scale, the camera work, the sound mix, everything. How did you do it?”
-John Campbell, TVNZ

A vanishing landscape is threatening the lives of some of Kenya’s last great tusker elephants. The “A-team” of film production has assembled to try and help.

Brittney Deguara writes...

Inside an editing suite at Wellington’s Park Road Post one Wednesday afternoon, the sound of elephants stomping, rumbling, and trumpeting echoed.

At the controls in the studio was Academy Award-winning senior re-recording mixer Mike Hedges,​ known for his work on Sir Peter Jackson’s blockbuster films King Kong and The Hobbit trilogy, and Taika Waititi’s Boy.

Watching her hard work come to life, was conservationist Jamie Joseph – the driving force behind the Kimana Tuskers short film.

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“Jamie Joseph is incredible. As a passionate wildlife activist, she exposed a rhino poaching syndicate in Africa, putting her own life at risk to save these beautiful creatures. She has also just premiered a special new film about saving Kenya’s elephant tuskers. She’s definitely worth following!”
-Katie Jensen, Presenter, Dubai One TV