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Rhino Wars selected for Wildlife Conservation Film Festival

Africa Media is proud to announce that the short film produced by Anne Goddard, Rhino Wars, Swas selected to be shown at the 3rd Annual Wildlife Conservation Film Festivals in front of an audience of international wildlife filmmakers on Friday, Nov. 2, 2012.

In addition  Anne has been requested to conduct a Q&A session about rhino poaching at the festival. If anyone will be in Washington DC that day, we are sure Anne would  love for you to go along and support her work, as well as enjoy the films on offer at the festival. More information can be found at the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival website.

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Series1     11:00 AM – 1:00 PM, 2nd November 2012

Theme: Africa, Part 1

Rhino Wars
Anne Goddard, Producer
6 minutes
* World Premiere
Country: South Africa

Rhino Wars is a harshly educational short documentary on the cruel realities of rhino poaching. Young conservationist and wildlife filmmaker, Anne Goddard, travels to South Africa to join a rhino poaching patrol in their effort to protect and save these regal creatures from the hands of brutal poachers.

As an amateur wildlife filmographer, Anne Goddard is incredibly honored to debut her first wildlife film at the 3rd Annual Wildlife Film Festival. Anne has previously worked with National Geographic’s shark and wildlife expert, Ryan Johnson in South Africa and is currently working for the Smithsonian’s National Zoo in their Communications department. Anne hopes to pursue a career in wildlife conservation and filmmaking.