Victoria Stone and Mark Deeble on THE ELEPHANT QUEEN – Sandie Angulo Chen interviews

Award-winning wildlife filmmakers Victoria Stone and Mark Deeble’s latest nature documentary, The Elephant Queen, is Apple’s first theatrical release. The married filmmakers have spent more than 30 years living and working in East Africa, and The Elephant Queen is the culmination of a 10-year-dream and four-year labor of love. Stone calls the film an homage to female power and wisdom. It is the story of Athena, a 50-year-old elephant matriarch, and her herd of females and juveniles.

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AWFJ Women On Film – “Born To Be Wild” – Jennifer Merin reviews

Born To Be Wild invites you on a thrilling IMAX 3D cinematic safari to wild animal ‘orphanages’ in Kenya and Borneo to visit with baby elephants and orangutans whose parents have died — most often at the hands of poachers — and learn about the handlers who nuture them until they’re mature enough to return to the wild.

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