Monthly Archives: April 2013

¡Viva la Tortuga!

We had a big night earlier this week in Willcox Hall. After working through what seemed like a jigsaw puzzle of sentence fragments and words, our team finally agreed on the official title of our documentary: “¡Viva La Tortuga! Meshing … Continue reading

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From the Beach to the Editing Bay

The shooting may be over but our work on our documentary about conservation and commerce in Baja in many ways has just begun. Tonight, we began sifting our half terabyte of footage and organizing our storyboard – which began tonight … Continue reading

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Study Finds High Death Rate for Sea Turtles in Small Coastal Fisheries

We just got back from “Playa de Los Muertos” — a beautiful stretch of Pacific Ocean beach that is jarringly littered with dead marine life — in the Baja region of Mexico. The carcasses of loggerhead turtles that drown when tangled … Continue reading

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