Filmmaker Eric Daniel Metzgar talks to George Amato, director of conservation genetics at the American Museum of Natural History, about turtle conservation.
A turtle conservationist talks about the extinction of endangered species.
Conservationist Richard Ogust shares his Manhattan loft with 1,200 turtles.
Metzgar explains what makes his subject, turtle conservationist Richard Ogust, worth observing for a documentary filmmaker.
One man tries to rescue endangered turtles by sharing his Manhattan loft with 1,200 turtles.
A piece of music helps the filmmaker find the "feel" of the film.
The percussive energy of the music lifts the mood and re-energizes the film.
The film's composer creates a soundtrack that matches the urgency of the action on screen.
The intimacy of a scene is underscored by the rhythm of the music on the soundtrack.