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Latest Course News from Beyond Borders Film School
By Sebastien Rombi
21st September 2015

Beyond Borders Film School

Beyond Borders Film School

Beyond Borders Wildlife Film School, situated on the Garden Route and in the Kruger National Park of South Africa just had another very successful 21 day and 30 day course with six students. From different origins such as United Kingdom, Zimbabwe, India and South Africa, all six of them produced, filmed and edited 6 great short documentaries, one of them being in 3D!

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Helen from the UK produced Evocation

"A designers perspective of colour, pattern and texture in the African Bush"
As an interior designers Helen Eisenstadt, in this beautiful music video, used Mother Nature to compare colour, pattern and texture with her own creative work.
Filmed and edited at Manhingi Lodge - Balule Game Reserve - Kruger National Park.

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Mark from the UK produced True Grit

A beautiful biography about Mr Van Reenen whose passion for Wild Africa shaped his life.
From his childhood in Rhodesia to his game ranging roles in the Kruger in the late 1950s Van Reenen never stopped fighting for a better Africa and Mark Eisenstadt captured his message in his own words and in a very original way.
Filmed and Edited at Manhingi Lodge in Balule Game Reserve.
DO NOT MISS THE BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE END OF THE MOVIE!

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Penelope from Zimbabwe produced Bulldozers Of the Bush

A short documentary showcasing the pros and cons of elephants impact on the african bush. They can be very destructive but they also help the eco-system as well as the humans in many different ways. Watch this video to find out more.
Filmed and edited at Manhingi Lodge - Balule Game Reserve - Kruger National Park

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Angad from India produced a 2D & 3D documentary called Haven Of The Bush.
In 2D: www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0omwHUFXeY
In 3D: www.youtube.com/watch?v=hx0lccWTIR8

A short documentary about what some people do to help some animals in the african bush.
Cornell and Jeanneli are two ecologists based in the Balule Game Reserve, South Africa and they are busy rehabilitating a baby wildebeest, some impalas, a bush pig and some very cute meerkats!
Follow their adventures in this video made in 2D and 3D.
Filmed and edited at Manhingi Lodge - Balule Game Reserve - South Africa.
DO NOT MISS THE BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE END OF THE DOCUMENTARY!

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Tumeleng from South Africa produced Nature The Great Healer

A short documentary about the medicinal uses of some plants in the african bushveld. A very informative video filmed and edited at Manhingi Lodge - Balule Game Reserve - South Africa.

Their sixth student produced a promo video for a reality TV show with EcoTraining (guiding training institution) and they are waiting for their green light on the final edit before they can upload it anywhere. It will be on their YOUTUBE channel as soon as they have permission to upload it.

Sometimes pictures talk more than words... And don't forget to LIKE their Facebook page for recent updates and news about the industry: www.facebook.com/beyondbordersfilmschool Twitter: @Wildlife_Films

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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: sebastienr@beyondborders.co.za

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