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The Elephant Queen

Ten years in the making, The Elephant Queen defies genre as a blue-chip wildlife film with a character-driven narrative. It is an epic journey following the matriarch, Athena, as she leads her herd across the merciless savanna in a time of extreme drought. Directors Victoria Stone and Mark Deeble and their assistant director, Etienne Oliff, were committed to making sure the film had a positive impact on wild elephant conservation in Kenya as well as engaging a broad, global audience.