Press conference audio visual for lemurs in Durham,NC you ask? Well, not exactly, but close. AV Connections Inc. was thrilled to work woth Warner Bros. Pictures for the first time at Duke University. We provided press conference audio visual for the release of Warner Bros. new IMAX 3D movie, Island of Lemurs: Madagascar. It was exciting and frankly quite awe-inspiring. we had the opportunity to visit with a couple of these beautiful animals while we were on site and thought you might like to get a look at them too.
This was an amazing job for so many reasons, of course we love providing AV at Duke University, but to pair it up with this movie release to protect the endangered lemur species makes it even more extraordinary. Duke University houses a Lemur Center for the care and study of the lemur (usually a native of far away places in East Africa). So, Duke was selected as the place to hold the press conference to kick off Lemur Week. Lemur Week concluded Friday with the opening of the film, Island of Lemurs: Madagascar.
Dr. Patricia Wright, a foremost anthropologist and primatilogist specializing in lemurs was on hand to speak on the lemur. Her work has been both vast and brave in this field. She is a leading conservationist for the species.
On the whole, it was a great experience aside from the pleasure of working on the press conference audio visual for Warner Brothers. We learned a great deal and were honored to get a tour of Duke’s incredible lemur facility. AV Connections Inc. thanks both Warner Bros. Pictures and Duke University for allowing us to provide the press conference audiovisual for the start of Lemur Week.