Festival Year: 2018, 2019, 2020


Charles Post

Roles: Director

Charles Post is an ecologist and filmmaker, co-founder of The Nature Project, and a Fellow of the Explorers Club who calls southwest Montana home. With nearly a decade of experience working as field researcher and studying at U.C. Berkeley while earning his Bachelor of Science and Master’s degree in food web ecology, Charles leans on the communicative power of storytelling to inspire our next generation of stewards. Charles’ photography and writing has been published widely including by YETI, REI, National Geographic and Outside Magazine. Charles is an award-winning filmmaker, with recent films covering topics from bird of prey migrations, desert bighorn sheep conservation in West Texas and Hawaiian food security in the face of GMOs to the ecological impacts of wild horse management across America’s public lands.




(US, 2018, 8min)
Director: Charles Post

Horse Rich and Dirt Poor

(US, 2019, 15min)
Director: Ben Masters

Return of the Desert Bighorn

(US, 2018, 9min)
Director: Ben Masters

Sky Migrations

(US, 2017, 15min)