The founder of Conservation Media, Jeremy Roberts just won a College EMMY from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences last week for his graduate thesis film Disturbance. He completed this film for Conservation Media as part of his graduate thesis in Science & Natural History filmmaking at Montana [...]Read more ›
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This week’s photos capture the extremes of early May in the Northern Rockies which is characterized simply as a battle between winter and summer. This pine grosbeak (Pinicola enucleator) wards off the morning’s freezing river fog by eating the remains of last years fruit. This Sylvan hairstreak (Satyrium sylvinus), with [...]Read more ›
This is a raw demo of some fire footage captured last fall in Yellowstone National Park. Leading up to this day, the fire had burned slowly through the old 1988 burn, but then it hit some unburned forest that had been denied fire for about 160 years. When it hit [...]Read more ›
Disturbance, a film about about fire ecology and fire dependent species like the black-backed woodpecker, is a joint production of Conservation Media and Paintbrush Films. It has been honored at The International Wildlife Film Festival, the American Conservation Film Festival, and the Montana CINE International Film Festival. It also won [...]Read more ›
Conservation Media just received word that our film Disturbance, about fire ecology and politics in the northern Rockies, was viewed by another 4,000 people at the American Conservation Film Festival this fall. We were honored to have our film open the festival this year, and hope that we sparked another [...]Read more ›