Collaboration for Filmmakers:

Are you a filmmaker interested in learning more about wildlife and the natural world? We collaborate with filmmakers from a wide variety of backgrounds on our films. We occasionally have opportunities arise for videographers and are always looking for editors and post-production specialists. These opportunities are arranged on a per-project basis and most (but not all!) are strictly volunteer positions. Shoot us an email if you’d like to learn more!

 

Collaboration for Biologists:

Are you a biologist interested in learning more about wildlife filmmaking? We offer a variety of resources for biologists, wildlife researchers and citizen scientists who are interested in reaching a wider audience with their message. Sign up for our mailing list to get updates on wildlife and environmental themed filmmaking.

We are also currently seeking volunteers who are interested in shooting footage for future EOC episodes. Biologists interested in this opportunity must already have plans to be working in the field on a particular wildlife and/or conservation project and be highly motivated to learn more about the craft of wildlife filmmaking. Click here to view details on the job posting and to learn how to apply.

For Teachers:

Are you a teacher looking for resources to assist in teaching your students more about biology, wildlife, and ecosystem conservation? Our EOC episodes serve as fantastic teaching tools, and many of our episodes have downloadable lesson plans for specific ages groups.

 

The EOC Community Program:

Each year in the months leading up to spring (the beginning of the field season for many wildlife research and conservation programs) we ask folks from the EOC community to submit story proposals for new EOC episodes. A handful (exact number will vary from year to year based on funding) of these proposals will get the green light to move into production and become featured Eyes on Conservation episodes. Do you have a story that needs to be told? Download the application here. Although we do our main call for proposals each year in February and March, we accept applications on a rolling basis year-round since we know that the timing of field seasons is variable.