Feisal Malik

wildlife film maker, Visual Africa Films Ltd

About Feisal Malik

I am a wildlife film-maker and photographer from Kenya. Besides producing wildlife documentaries, we also publish coffee table books with Augmented Reality.  I run a company in Kenya, and we are also fixers for foreign productions wanting to come and film in Kenya. Looking forward to networking and meeting new people, possibilities of working together and also find platforms to showcase our content. I am keen on sharing the little knowledge/ experience I have and also would like to learn from others.

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Recent Comments

Jul 22, 2022

It was really humbling to watch our documentary and interviews being featured in one of the segments of the 9PM news on KBC. Thank you so much for that, take a look at the piece for those who missed it…   https://youtu.be/ScWxpUqY1pk

Jul 04, 2022

I've just posted  the invitation to the screening in Nairobi...

Jul 04, 2022
Replying to Lize Gibson-Hall

Thanks for sharing @Feisal Malik what a great trailer! It would be amazing if you could write a bit about the film in this post. Maybe a bit about the background? Be especially good for our members who are unable to access the video. Thank you! :) 

Hi Lize, we have a free screening in Nairobi next week - for those who are based in Nairobi. We are working on getting the documentary on some platforms. Will share details, fingers crossed

Jun 29, 2022
Replying to Lize Gibson-Hall

Thanks for sharing @Feisal Malik what a great trailer! It would be amazing if you could write a bit about the film in this post. Maybe a bit about the background? Be especially good for our members who are unable to access the video. Thank you! :) 

Thank you Lize for your kind comments.

This is an amazing story about how Elephants returned to an area after over 20 years. Poaching, human-wildlife conflict and hunting drove them away. Through efforts by the Maasai Community in restoring the ecosystem and creating a conservancy, the Elephants returned. They now have over 300 Elephants resident in the conservancy. The documentary comes along with a coffee table book with Augmented Reality. There is also a conservation angle towards this production, as proceeds from the sale of the documentary and the book will go towards the "Adopt an Acre" project being run by Selenkay Conservancy, whereby they require US$35 per acre annually to keep open spaces for Elephants and have them migrate between the conservancy and Amboseli National Park.