There Will Always Be Lions? won two Merit Awards at the International Wildlife Film Festival 2012 for "Conservation Ethics" and "Cultural Message", and was nominated for a Roscar Award in 2013.
The film's purpose is to stop lion hunting and to help the Menye Layiok Project in Maasailand, East Africa.
The Menye Layiok are Maasai leaders in charge of the new warrior generation. Their goal is to take lion hunting out of Maasai culture, and save the few remaining Maasailand lions in their ecosystem.
The film narrated in Maa language has been playing throughout Maasailand under acacia trees to warrior audiences who love it, and are deciding to choose the path of conservation over lion hunting.