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The Rocky Mountain Wolf Project aims to improve public understanding of gray wolf behavior, ecology, and options for re-establishing the species in Colorado. The benchmark of our success: Wolves again roaming the snow-capped peaks, rim rock canyons, and p ...
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Changing lives, fostering creativity, conserving the environment through the power of media.
The world faces unprecedented environmental challenges, from climate disruption to species extinction. The Center was founded on the belief that powerful films, images and stories can play a key role in fostering conservation and bringing about change. CEF is committed to raising awareness and empowering action through the use of media.
As part of AU’s School of Communication (SOC),the Center partners with SOC’s programs in journalism, public communication, film and media arts, and communication studies, drawing on the expertise of the accomplished filmmakers on SOC’s faculty to offer students world-class professional training. We also collaborate with the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of International Service. Located in Washington, DC, we belong to a broad and vital community that includes the Smithsonian Institution, the National Geographic Society, Discovery, Animal Planet, and PBS, as well as many nonprofit environmental organizations and government agencies, providing rich opportunities for our students. Each year we participate in the Realscreen Summit, Environmental Film Festival, and other major film festivals and conferences.
Leadership: DIRECTOR CHRIS PALMER - environmental and wildlife film producer and author of Shooting in the Wild and Confessions of a Wildlife Filmmaker—founded the Center for Environmental Filmmaking in 2005.
Over the past three decades, he has spearheaded the production of more than 300 hours of original programming for prime-time television and the giantscreen IMAX industry, including the Disney Channel, TBS, Animal Planet, Travel Channel, and PBS. The president of One World One Ocean Foundation and the MacGillivray Freeman Films Educational Foundation, Palmer and his colleagues have won numerous awards, including two Emmys, an Oscar nomination, and a Lifetime Achievement Award for Media at the International Wildlife Film Festival.
SANDY CANNON-BROWN, LARRY ENGEL, SARAH MENKE-FISH, MAGGIE BURNETTE STOGNER
Our renowned associate directors collectively have amassed more than 100 years of production experience, over 500 films, scores of years of teaching, and numerous prestigious awards.