Breaking Their Silence: Women on the Frontline of the Poaching War
A thorough exploration of the emotional toll wildlife crime and poaching is having on the courageous women fighting on the frontlines around the world, this film shines a bright and inspiring light on their intelligence, compassion, strength and tenacity. Women of all creeds from the US, Rwanda, Kenya, Vietnam, South Africa are united in this one purpose to protect the last of our endangered species from disappearing.
Filmmaker: Kerry David
Running Time: 119 mins
Kerry David, Filmmaker
Beginning her career at Paramount Pictures and starting her own production company in 2001, David has been working in the film industry for over 20 years. In addition to her award-winning film work, David is a philanthropist through her non-profit, www.OverAndAboveAfrica.com which is how she first learned of the challenges faced by Africa and Asia’s endangered species. She is also a voting member of BAFTA.
Be sure to watch the Conversations related to this film (choose with closed captioning (CC) or translated into American Sign Language (ASL):
Telling the Stories of Female Leadership in Conservation with filmmaker Kerry David – watch here»