A short film that follows Booms, a young Jamaican who has spent the last seven years of his life recovering the critically endangered Jamaican iguana, and the looming threat to the species and the Protected Area it calls home.
On 3 June, 2014, in response to the Jamaican Government's plans to sell Goat Islands, part of the Country's largest Protected Area, to a Chinese conglomerate to build a massive Transshipment port, we projected images and strong messages onto the Jamaican Embassy in Washington, DC.
Filmmaker Thaddeus Matula followed conservation biologist, amphibian specialist, and nature photographer Robin Moore into the heart of the Costa Rican rain forest on the Osa Peninsula. The Osa is a mecca for biologists as it is home to 2.5% of all the world's unique species. Robin sets out to document some of its smallest four-legged inhabitants.