In the Kenyan bush, a small-time ivory dealer fights to stay on top while forces mobilize to destroy his trade. When he turns to his younger cousin, a conflicted wildlife ranger who hasn’t been paid in months, they both see a possible lifeline.
Tribeca Film Festival • 2018 | Winner, Best Editing, Documentary Competition
Telluride MountainFilm • 2018 | Special Jury Award for Excellence in Filmmaking
Sheffield Doc/Fest • 2018 | Environmental Award Nominee
‘KIFARU’ (Grand Jury Prize & Audience Award for Best Feature Documentary, Slamdance 2019) is a feature documentary film that follows the lives of two young, Kenyan recruits that join Ol Pejeta Conservancy’s rhino caretaker unit - a small group of seasoned rangers that care for and protect Sudan, the last male northern white rhino, and the last two females. Spanning over the course of the recruits’ first four years on the job, ‘KIFARU’ allows viewers to experience the joys and pitfalls of conservation firsthand through the lens of the men that look into the eyes of extinction on a daily basis.
David Hambridge | Director & DP Andrew Harrison Brown | Producer, Editor & Additional Cinematography
A documentary feature film by Vs. Goliath and in association with Ragtag Tribe Films
An immersive documentary film that follows one Inupiaq man - a father, a whaling captain and a village elder. As climate change and cultural assimilation threaten the Inupiaq way of life, one man makes it his mission to preserve the culture he loves for his children.
Winter is no longer the greatest threat.
Work in Progress
Somewhere in Beulah Land
A portrait film about a young farmer and his first year learning how to love & care for a piece of land.
Directed, Cinematography + Edited | Andrew Harrison Brown
Co-Produced | Rick Cross
Real to Reel • 2018 | Best of Fest Winner
Footcandle Film Festival | September 2018
Beyond Film Festival • 2018 | Bradford Audience Award Winner
Somewhere in Beulah Land | Trailer
For the Miraa'cle Boys, survival is a wild ride measured in miles & minutes.
Directed by Andrew Harrison Brown
Work in Progress
The White Lie
“The greatest lie in Africa is that colonialism is a thing of the past."