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‘Gardeners of Eden Film’ have World Premiere on World Animal Day

‘Gardeners of Eden’ is an eye-opening film that will transport audiences into the midst of the DSWT’s field operations in Kenya.

Set against the backdrop of the illegal ivory trade, this powerful film paints the truest picture yet of what is actually happening to elephants on the ground and the lifesaving efforts being taken to save them. From pilots to elephant keepers, anti-poaching rangers to veterinarians and Angela Sheldrick to Kristin Davis, witness the incredible and frequently high risk efforts being taken locally and globally to save the species.

The film, which has been privately funded by a supporter of the Trust, is filled with dramatic footage from the front line, with the videographers closely embedded with our teams to ensure we could share the realities of our extensive field operations in Kenya.

Gardeners of Eden will have its world premiere at the Mill Valley Film Festival in California, screenings on 4th, 5th & 7th October, to be attended by the film’s Executive Producer Kristin Davis (Patron of the DSWT) and its Directors, Austin Peck and Annaliese Vandenberg, along with the DSWT’s Robert Carr-Hartley, with post screening Q&A.

This truly unique film has a significant role to play in helping to inform, educate and drive greater global action for the protection of one of the world’s most iconic and intelligent species, the elephant.

We will announce future screenings of the film and its availability following the film’s festival premiere as we work to ensure it reaches the widest possible audience.

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