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Join us for a conversation about The Elephant Queen, an Apple Original film about an epic journey of family, courage, and coming home. Apple’s Lisa Jackson will moderate a conversation about the complex relationship between humans and nature with filmmakers Victoria Stone and Mark Deeble and Conservation International CEO M. Sanjayan.

Victoria Stone and Mark Deeble

Filmmakers, The Elephant Queen

Victoria Stone and Mark Deeble co-directed, produced, and filmed The Elephant Queen. They have worked in Africa for over 30 years, telling wildlife stories that have been shown in more than 140 countries.

M. Sanjayan, PhD

CEO, Conservation Int’l

M. Sanjayan has served as CEO of Conservation International since 2016. His work as a global conservation scientist spans from genetics to wildlife migration to nature’s impacts on humankind.

Lisa Jackson

VP, Apple

Apple’s vice president of Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives, Lisa Jackson oversees Apple’s efforts to address climate change through renewable energy and by conserving precious resources.

Apple TV+

Apple TV+ is the all-new streaming service featuring original stories from the most creative minds in TV and film. You can subscribe and watch on the Apple TV app starting November 1.

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The Apple TV app brings together everything you love to watch — your favorite movies and shows, streaming services, original stories from Apple TV+, premium channels, and live sports. On all your screens.

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Celebrate the reopening of Apple Fifth Avenue from September 21–29. Explore the creative scene of NYC in sessions led by local talent, from well-established names to the fresh and notable. Sessions are always open to open minds.

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