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Bridging the Gap

Explore the heroic work at Think Wild’s Wildlife Hospital and Conservation Center.
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Directed by Elif Koyutürk, ‘Bridging the Gap’ is a short documentary film that follows the benevolent staff and volunteers at Think Wild’s Wildlife Hospital and Conservation Center. The non-profit, which is based in Central Oregon, aims to draw closer human compassion towards animals in the wild, as well as providing critical medical assistance to wounded creatures. Despite showcasing some heart-rending imagery, the documentary is generally uplifting and is certain to inspire charitable kindness towards our animal neighbors.

Throughout the 17-minute short, Pauline Baker (Director of Wildlife Rehabilitation), Reese Mercer, Caroline Reed and Sally Compton unveil the salient work at Think Wild. This includes; the rescue and rehabilitation of injured fauna, and community-based education for better animal protection and to prevent further neglect. Supervision and support for beavers is also a critical role within Think Wild – due to their significance to the wider eco-system.

Elif Koyutürk (Director) warrants high acclaim for casting light on the heroic work at Think Wild. The film’s pivotal message is for us humans to grasp our destructive impact on Earth’s eco-system and to have a sense of empathy and understanding. Subject matter aside, the docu-short is beautifully crafted with captivating high-quality cinematography throughout. Sound and post-production is equally commendable. ‘Bridging the Gap’ is immensely inspirational and informative – an unmissable watch. Highly recommended.

Bridging the Gap Short Documentary

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Bridging the Gap

Explore the heroic work at Think Wild’s Wildlife Hospital and Conservation Center.
5/5

Review

Directed by Elif Koyutürk, ‘Bridging the Gap’ is a short documentary film that follows the benevolent staff and volunteers at Think Wild’s Wildlife Hospital and Conservation Center. The non-profit, which is based in Central Oregon, aims to draw closer human compassion towards animals in the wild, as well as providing critical medical assistance to wounded creatures. Despite showcasing some heart-rending imagery, the documentary is generally uplifting and is certain to inspire charitable kindness towards our animal neighbors.

Throughout the 17-minute short, Pauline Baker (Director of Wildlife Rehabilitation), Reese Mercer, Caroline Reed and Sally Compton unveil the salient work at Think Wild. This includes; the rescue and rehabilitation of injured fauna, and community-based education for better animal protection and to prevent further neglect. Supervision and support for beavers is also a critical role within Think Wild – due to their significance to the wider eco-system.

Elif Koyutürk (Director) warrants high acclaim for casting light on the heroic work at Think Wild. The film’s pivotal message is for us humans to grasp our destructive impact on Earth’s eco-system and to have a sense of empathy and understanding. Subject matter aside, the docu-short is beautifully crafted with captivating high-quality cinematography throughout. Sound and post-production is equally commendable. ‘Bridging the Gap’ is immensely inspirational and informative – an unmissable watch. Highly recommended.

Bridging the Gap Short Documentary

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Runtime: 17 min
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