Beyond Borders Wildlife Film School, situated in the Kruger National Park of South Africa just had another very successful 25 day day course with two students who produced, directed, filmed and edited two great short documentaries.
Feed or do not feed wild animals? Mopaya Safari Lodge has been feeding a local troop of vervet monkeys to help them survive the drought. Little did they know about the consequences it would have on the lodge...But they take full responsibilities and explain to us their reasons behind it.
Khulekani grabs a camera and shows us who are the real bosses of Mopaya Safari Lodge.
Beyond Borders Wildlife Film School wishes their students good luck and lots of success in the industry.
You can contact course director Sebastien Rombi for more info about the course and/or reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org
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