Beyond Borders Wildlife Film School, situated on the Garden Route and in the Kruger National Park of South Africa just had another very successful 30 day course with four students. From different origins such as Belgium, Germany, Nigeria and UK, all four of them produced, filmed and edited 4 great short documentaries, two of them being in 3D!
Love and understanding between a matriarch elephant and her handler.
Sally, a matriarch elephant, has been with her handler Jeffrey for the past 20 years since Sally was rescued from a culling at Kruger National Park. Their relationship is one that has developed into love.
Ina from Germany concentrated on Rock Monitors and produced "African Dragon"
The behaviour and body of the Monitor Lizard is similar to a dragon. Some people even believe, its blood can heal disease. They might not impress by their beauty as other animals do, but they are powerful, fearless and scary hunters. Learn more about them, watch them in action. A must see for nature lovers, especially when it comes to the question: Could these reptiles have a relationship with human beings?
Carine from Belgium concentrated on snakes in 3D and produced "Bridging The Gap"
Bridging The Gap is a three minute introduction to the three different types of snakes you can find in South Africa. This documentary was filmed at Lawnwood Snake Sanctuary in The Crags (South Africa) and presented by Michael Caithness, South African snake expert.
And finally Shola from Nigeria concentrated on a guesthouse in Plettenberg Bay and produced a 3D promo video called "La Vista Lodge".
This 4 star guesthouse offers stunning views over the ocean and serves the best dinners and breakfasts you can possibly experience in Plettenberg Bay.
For any info or reservation please contact Shannon Rombi on email@example.com Website : www.lavista.co.za
Beyond Borders is very proud of what their students have achieved after learning script writing, camera technology, camera techniques (in 2D and 3D) and video editing (2D and 3).
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