Category Archives: Interviews

Crossings – a new short film for the One Language Project

Crossings – a new short film for the One Language Project.

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Colby and Bailey at Castle Island

This is a respost of the latest on the new naturestage blog for the One Language Project. If you’d like the latest videos and audio slideshows delivered to your inbox, please “follow” this new blog for our project closest to … Continue reading

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Latest Park Dreams Installment!

A discussion in Prospect Park, Brooklyn with painter Gary Dunn about art, urban parks and the value of building a craft. To see Gary’s paintings, you can visit his website!__gallery

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A discussion with Documentary Filmmaker Randall Wood, Finalist for Worm Hunters

Randall Wood is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and cinematographer based in Brisbane, Australia.  I caught up with him near the start of the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival sitting outside in front of the Grand Tetons in full fall glory. … Continue reading

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An Ocean-side Conversation with Humane Educator Zoe Weil

August. Blue Hill, Maine. Little did I know that my quick trip to the Blue Hill library to do some emailing would lead me to one of my mentors in humane education, Zoe Weil. Two women were sitting at the … Continue reading

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