Mariah Wilson

For over ten years, Mariah Wilson has produced series for PBS, National Geographic, A&E, Animal Planet, Discovery, History Channel, Weather Channel, MSNBC, VICE, Vocativ, Google, and The Smithsonian Institution. She has also directed REVEALING HATE (2010, “Courageous Filmmaking” award – Durango Film Festival) which explores the white supremacist movement in America, and VOLUNTEER (2012, Honolulu Film Award Winner) which follows an eco-volunteering journey in Uganda and Fiji. Her most recent films are KAZIRANGA (Humane Society ACE Award/Grant) about rhino poaching in India, and EEYA, about indigenous Baka tribes in Cameroon who are caught in the crossfire of poaching (World Premiere: 40th International Wildlife Film Festival, featured on National Geographic’s “Wildlife Watch”). She is currently premiering SILENT FORESTS (Telluride Mountainfilm Commitment Grant, Rogovy Fund recipient, Eastman Fund recipient, NYSCA, Big Sky Film Festival Pitch, DOC NYC Forum, Hot Docs “Deal Makers”, IFP Spotlight on Docs), about forest elephant poaching in central Africa. See more of her work at: