Milking the Rhino

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Overview

This controversial documentary looks at the traditional lives of the Masai and the Himba, African societies that have historically relied on cattle culture for survival. These peoples now find themselves in peril due to both the endangerment of their native animals, and the conservation efforts that seek to protect them, leaving many desperate and lost, with new avenues of eco-tourism only just cresting on their culture's horizon. ~ Cammila Collar
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Overview

This controversial documentary looks at the traditional lives of the Masai and the Himba, African societies that have historically relied on cattle culture for survival. These peoples now find themselves in peril due to both the endangerment of their native animals, and the conservation efforts that seek to protect them, leaving many desperate and lost, with new avenues of eco-tourism only just cresting on their culture's horizon. ~ Cammila Collar
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Special Features

Bonus Scenes; Updates; ; Closed Caption
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/28/2009
  • UPC: 736899124922
  • Original Release: 2008
  • Rating:

  • Source: Kartemquin Films
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:23:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 86,648

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Munyikombo Bukusi Voice Only
Technical Credits
David E. Simpson Director, Editor, Producer, Screenwriter
Xan Aranda Associate Producer
Rehad Desai Co-producer
Sally Jo Fifer Executive Producer
Jason Longo Cinematographer
Jeanine Magill Co-producer
Mark Bandy Score Composer
Gordon Quinn Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Milking the Rhino
2. Conflict With Wildlife [4:33]
3. Our Culture Is Changing [5:27]
4. Profiting From Pink People [3:35]
5. Overgrazing at the Water-Hole [5:05]
6. Different Business Models [7:42]
7. Game Rangers [1:52]
8. Conflicts Over Cattle & Land [4:32]
9. The Myth of Wild Africa [6:29]
10. Community Meat Hunt [5:54]
11. Plants For Perfume [2:23]
12. Living With Lions [6:46]
13. Severe Drought [3:51]
14. Bedouin Camp [3:29]
15. James' Grandfather [3:51]
16. Gitonga & The Calf [2:18]
17. Conservancy Progress [3:05]
18. Moving The Rhino [4:48]
19. Milking The Rhino [3:28]
20. Rain! [1:53]
21. Credits [2:02]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Milking the Rhino
   Play
   Chapters
   Extras
      Bonus Scenes
         Play All
         Namibia
            Showing The Film To Komungandjera
            From Poachers To Protectors
            Conservancy Audit
            Organizing: Grazing Debate Continues
            After the Meat Hunt
            Theft at the Marienfluss
            Torra Conservancy
         Kenya
            Drought: Anthrax In The Soil
            Human-Wildlife Conflicts
            Cash Economy At Il Ngwesi
      Updates
         Start Slideshow
      About Kartemquin Films
         Play Kartemquin Trailer
            Recent Films From Kartemquin
               At The Death House Door
               In The Family
               Terra Incognita: Mapping Stem Cell Research
      DVD Credits
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