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At the prestigious Royal Geographical Society

19 / 01 / 2023








The documentary that everyone’s talking about

From the studio that brought you ‘Ivory Game’ and ‘Sea of Shadows’ comes a new and powerful documentary, ‘Eyes of the Orangutan’. A captivating exploration of one of the most troubling facets of modern wildlife tourism, and an uplifting celebration of one of our closest living relatives: the orangutan.

For the first time ever you can watch this incredible documentary in London’s most charming and iconic venues, the Royal Geographical Society.

Learn more about Eyes of the Orangutan


anyone who cares about animals and their future must watch this film

Screening in Royal Geographical Society

Located in the heart of South Kensington’s arts and science district, the RGS is one of London’s most charming and iconic venues.

Live Q&A with Filmmakers

Join filmmakers and our special guests for an in-depth conversation about their work.

Meet likeminded wildlife supporters

We are proud to have a backing of fantastic supporters who truly love animals and care passionately about wildlife.

A one day only event

Special guests

Aaron Gekoski

Environmental Photojournalist

Aaron Gekoski is an internationally acclaimed environmental photojournalist, film-maker and TV host, specialising in human-animal conflict.

His photography regularly appears in the international press. He has won numerous awards; at Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Nature Photographer of the Year, and – as a film-maker – Wildlife Conservation Film Festival.

Dr Jamartin Sihite

CEO of BOS Foundation

Dr Jamartin Sihite is a long-time conservation activist with a huge passion and long experience supporting Indonesian most protected species. His career in conservation started by working as an ecology specialist and environmental scientist for various project-based assignments with WWF Indonesia.

Ben Callison


Long-time conservationist and not-for-profit leader with a deep passion for our great-ape cousins. Ben oversees all operations for the two BOS organisations to support and accelerate orangutan and rainforest conservation.

Book your place

drinks and canapés – VIP Theatre seating – Silent auction


Royal Geographical Society
19 / 01 / 2023

1 Kensington Gore, South Kensington, London SW7 2AR

Further information

How to get there

The venue is located on the intersection of Kensington Gore and Exhibition Road, with both South Kensington and Knightsbridge underground stations a 10-15 minute walk away. Guests attending an event can enter through the entrance on Exhibition Road.


Please do contact us in advance if you require spaces for wheelchair users. There are a set of steps and a stair lift on the ground floor of the venue connecting the Theatre to the Ambulatory.

Host a screening

Are you or someone you know interested in hosting a screening? It's a great way to take action, build an environmentally conscious community and create a better world where people and wildlife can coexist and thrive. Contact us to arrange a digital or live screening.

Take action

There are many ways you can support organisations that take a stand against illegal wildlife trafficking & cruel animal attractions. One option is to support Borneo Orangutan Survival's Wildlife Trade Pledge.
Please find out more and help us stop the suffering!