Charles Hambleton served as director of clandestine operations on the Academy Award-winning documentary 'The Cove.'
In this captivating and emotional Charles Hambleton speech, the filmmaker discusses his adaptive practices in shooting footage for the graphic documentary film 'The Cove.' He begins in outlining the covert tactic used when the film crew was forced to sneak onto the grounds. Hambleton had to operate a thermal imagery camera, and adapt to the expressive power of basic coloring and slightly abstract imagery.
He goes on to outline that procrastination happens in all fields at all levels. However, he strongly argues that no one is too busy to make a difference. All interests and levels of skill can be contributed towards raising awareness of important issues.
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The keynotes by Charles Hambleton focus on the power of dreaming and systems for making change....