Maasai Olympics – The Hunt for Medals, Not Lions

Our Film for Big Life Foundation Won Best Film in the ‘Short Films’ Category at the Colorado Environmental Film Festival
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In 2019 we had the privilege of documenting Big Life Foundation’s creative conservation initiative, the Maasai Olympics. Our short film, ‘The Hunt for Medals, Not Lions’, which documents the impact the Maasai Olympics has had on both the community and wildlife in the Amboseli- Tsavo ecosystem, won the ‘Best Short Film’ award at the Colorado Environmental Film Festival last week

Watch the full film here to learn more about this incredible conservation initiative.

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The Colorado Environmental Film Festival celebrates the power that film has to inspire, educate and motivate audiences around the world.

Our hope with each film we create is that it will inspire, educate and help create change. We support those doing work to address environmental and humanitarian issues.
We are so proud of the positive response ‘The Hunt for Medals, Not Lions’ is receiving. The work Big Life Foundation is doing to address human-wildlife conflict and restore lion and elephant populations is so important and we are so honored to have been a part of documenting it.
Be a part of protecting our wildlife and wilderness areas by supporting the critical work Big Life Foundation is doing here

Images by James Suter and Dumisani Sibanda.

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