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Deya Ward on living with Orangutans

Updated: May 14





A short wildlife documentary based in the humid peat swamp forests of Central Kalimantan, Borneo where a story is told of the truly remarkable relationship between two great ape males. In the absence of one, it is up to the other to find him, and in doing so we realise who is really lost after all.

  • Filmed and produced by Deya Ward, in collaboration with Dr Birute Galdikas and the Orangutan Foundation International. Original Score by Corvina (Xinyan) Lee

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