"The Last Lions" Wins Big at Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival
conservationists and filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert attended the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, where the couple's feature film "The Last Lions" (produced by National Geographic Entertainment) won the top honors in three categories. "To bring a film to the big screen and show Botswana and its cats in this light is a privilege. It gives us a bigger platform to discuss the plight of big cats and to talk about the National Geographic's 'Cause an Uproar' campaign, which highlights the decline of all cat species. We're particularly pleased to announce that National Geographic has agreed to recycle all the profits from ticket sales into big cat conservation," said Dereck Joubert.
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