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Eyes of The Orangutan- Wildlife Documentary Charity Screening

Hosted by the Consul of the London Countryside Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Thu 19 Jan 20:00 - 21:30

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Let's start our year by doing something good for the heart. Support wildlife conservation and join us for an exclusive premiere theatre screening at the Royal Geographical Society in Kensington, London, followed by Q&A with filmmakers and special guests.

All proceeds from the event will go directly towards Borneo Orangutan Survival UK charity and support saving orangutans in Borneo.

Synopsis: From the studio that brought you ‘Ivory Game’ and ‘Sea of Shadows’ comes a new and powerful documentary, ‘Eyes of the Orangutan’. A captivating exploration of one of the most troubling facets of modern wildlife tourism, and an uplifting celebration of one of our closest living relatives: the orangutan. Wildlife tourism has become a lucrative business and is now worth around Protected content dollars a year. These profits come at a cost – and it is the animals who pay the ultimate price.

Meet Aaron Gekoski - Eyes of the Orangutan lead presenter and award-winning environmental photojournalist. Together with director Chris Scarffe and cinematographer Will Foster-Grundy, Gekoski embarked on a four-year investigation of the orangutan tourism industry.

Price: £12 for a Standard Admission or £20 for a Premium Admission (different sitting). Includes entry to the screening plus Q&A with filmmakers and special guests.

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