AEFF films & DVDs for sale on Amazon.com

A growing number of AEFF's films/DVDs are now for sale on Amazon. The titles currently available are listed below, in alphabetical order. You will see that we not only offer our films for personal use, but also for institutional use to universities, colleges, libraries, high schools and other non-profits.

By purchasing an AEFF DVD, you are not only acquiring an educational and informative resource, you are helping AEFF fulfill their mission to provide “Environmental Education through Film” in Africa.

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  • A Keeper's Diary

    The amazing story of the Kenyan Elephant Keepers working with the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust to rear orphaned baby elephants. Seen through the keepers’ eyes, the film explores the psychology of the orphaned elephants and their understanding of us. More info...

     
  • Natural Security

    From Kenya’s coast to its mountains, this film shows how people benefit from their natural ecosystems, both financially & through the supply of water from natural springs, the pollination of food crops by insects, and the maintenance of biodiversity. More info...

     
  • Running Dry

    A visually dramatic and hard-hitting documentary about water issues in Kenya (where people have just 30% of the water they need), explaining water cycles and threats to water availability due to deforestation, pollution and abuse of water reserves. More info...

     
  • Wanted Dead or Alive?
    A rare insight into the diverse roles played by the African Elephant in the economy, ecology and security of East Africa, showing the threats posed to both people and animals by the potential renewal of an international ivory trade. More info...
     
  • Black Rhino - On the Brink
    A historical account of the Black Rhino’s slide towards extinction, and the efforts of many people in various African countries to reverse this decline. Although still severely threatened, there is hope for the future numbers slowly increase. More info...
     
  • Bloody Ivory (Home Use)
    A unique historical film (1970s) following Kenya’s Tsavo National Park authorities’ dramatic struggle against bow & arrow poachers who kill elephants & rhino, & the story of hand-rearing elephant & rhino orphans whose mothers were killed by poachers. More info...