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TERRA 915: After The Burn

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When a forest burns, what is left? This film follows a forest from the time the flames go out to the next spring, when species from woodpeckers to wildflowers flourish among the ashes. After The Burn introduces young ...

TERRA 914: The Maasai Giraffe

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The Maasai giraffe is one of the most emblematic animal species on the planet, and yet few are aware of the conservation issues that this species faces in its natural environment. The Wild Nature Institute has underta...

TERRA 912: The Most Endangered Species in the Bay: The Waterman

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This film explores the complex connections between culture, economics and the environment in regards to the preservation of Maryland's blue crab. The film follows waterman, Don Pierce on a morning crab harvest in the ...

TERRA 909: Out of the Wild

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Out of the Wild follows the story of captive grizzly bears at the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, MT. These bears can no longer live in the wild, due to human conflicts, and now serve as ambassa...

TERRA 826: A Wolf’s Place

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Twenty years after their reintroduction, wild wolves have made a remarkable comeback in the Rocky Mountains. But as hunting seasons take a heavy toll and politicians push to remove all protections across the US, gray ...

TERRA 823: The Venom Trail

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The Venom Trail explores the path venom takes through a body and how the same chemicals are used to make medicine to combat the symptoms. Produced by Steve Spence.

TERRA 819: Pride

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Pride looks into the cultural relationship between residents of Gujarat, India and the last remaining population of Asiatic Lions in the world. With fewer than 50 lions living in the wild at the turn of the 20th centu...

TERRA 818: Fallen Gardens

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FALLEN GARDENS explores the relationship between garden culture and deer populations. Communities on the Sunshine Coast represent many of the interface locations in British Columbia attempting to balance a respectful ...

TERRA 817: Silencing the Thunder

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Silencing the Thunder exposes the controversy surrounding the disease brucellosis and whether or not Yellowstone National Park’s bison population should be heavily managed because of it. Produced by Eddie Roqueta.

TERRA 807: Inches of Snow and Tide

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The Olympic Peninsula is a land of snowy mountains, rocky tidepools, and crashing waves. Explore one small patch of coastline at low tide and you can find tiny sea stars, camouflaged fish, and eighty-year-old anemones...

TERRA 806: Winter Range

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Winter Range is a documentary film that explores the consequences of rising levels of the livestock disease Brucellosis in elk in the Greater Yellowstone Area. New elk behavior patterns, often attributed to pressure f...

TERRA 802: Restoring an Icon

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In little more than a decade during the late 1800s, hunters all but wiped out one of the continent’s most iconic animals, the American bison. They killed the animals by the tens of thousands for their hides, meat and ...

TERRA 801: Salma – A Wingless Nomad

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This film presents the political conflict of Western Sahara through the fictional story of a young Sahrawi refugee whose only way of connecting with reality and the memories of her childhood is through the images of f...

TERRA 721: Neither of Us are Buffalo

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Neither of Us are Buffalo is a light-hearted look at the life of two animals: the American bison, and the filmmaker. Traveling in and out of each other’s lives over 25 years, this film provides a context to explore di...

TERRA 717: Whiteout

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White­out explores the mys­tery behind the White Nose Syn­drome epi­demic. Since 2006, over six mil­lion bats have been infected and died from the dis­ease. Though it is still a mys­tery that befud­dles many sci­en­ti...

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