April 3, 2019: Experiments, elephants and absurditires in WFF 2019's Wisconsin's Own series
Feature by Kailee Andrews and Grant Phipps
Six short films and one feature that stand out among this year's homegrown and homegrown-ish selections.
March 28, 2019: Cinema for troubled times
Feature by Linda Falkenstein, James Kreul, Catherine Capellaro
The 2019 Wisconsin Film Festival brings the world to Madison screens.
The New Yorker
November 14, 2018: The Forest Elephants of the Central African Republic are in Peril
Feature by Peter Canby
As few as eighty thousand of the megafauna remain. A new documentary exposes the challenges to and defenders of this endangered population.
October 01, 2018: McGrain Turns Lens On Africa's Elephants
Feature by Jason Vondersmith
Portland filmmaker's documentary looks at endangered animals; after making an impact with The Lost Bird Project, he made a film called 'Elephant Path (Njaia Njoku)'
The Three Tomatoes / SF life
Docfest Highlights by Kim Selby
...you can see the most weird and wonderful aspects of real life documented on film at several bay area theatres... highlights include THE BILL MURRAY STORIES, and ELEPHANT PATH.
Bay Area Reporter (LGBTQ weekly), 5/31/18
DocFest preview by David Lamble
"Elephant Path - Njaia Njoku" Todd McGrain visits the Central African Republic, scene of a lonely battle to save the region's majestic elephant population from the ravages of civil war and the attempts by poachers to kill off the remaining 50,000 so-called forest elephants for the valuable ivory extracted from their tusks. The film notes the work by four individuals: two Africans, a white female biologist and a male Israeli security contractor. I was struck by how this beautifully lensed film carried me back to my freshman college anthropology course and books like "The Forest People." (Roxie, 6/10, 12)
Listen to the Elephant Path
Feature by Kristy O’Brien