Last of the Longnecks

A Silent Exctingtion

"Last of the Longnecks" is a documentary highlighting the plight of giraffes and the implications of their demise in our rapidly changing world. The film seeks to celebrate what makes these majestic animals so unique, to shed light on their struggle, and to further explore what hope can be found in the tangled relationship between humanity and nature. It seems fitting then, that in uncovering their quiet demise, we discover humanity's greatest challenge: coexistence with the natural world.

Director(s): Ashley Scott Davison
Script: Ashley Scott Davison, Catherine Land
Production: Ashley Scott Davison, Catherine Land, Iniosante
Actors: Ashley Scott Davison, Catherine Land, Fred Bercovitch, David Brown, Matthew Chase, Francois Deacon, Rudolfo Dirzo, John Doherty, Saba Douglas-Hamilton, Monique Fallows, Sheri Horiszny, Robert Charles Krueger, Damien Mander, Amy Phelps, Zoe Raw, Paul Rusesabagina, Tiffany Soechting
Year: 2016
Duration: 92 min
Language (audio): English
Country of origin: United States
Shooting Locations: Kenya, South Africa, Botswana


Main topic(s): Planet Earth
Secondary topics: wildlife
Mentions: giraffes extinction
Topic Page(s): Planet Earth

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