National Geographic has invited seven filmmakers to create new films that reinvent the way wildlife is filmed in its natural habitat. Those films will be revealed in the days ahead, but the first has been released now. It was made by Ben Masters, and explores the impact of a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico, and the impact it would have on wildlife that lives in those areas. It is a thoughtful and interesting piece that looks at this controversial subject from a new and unique way. It is definitely worth a watch, no mater where you come down on this issue.
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