The Last Frog

Most of us haven't given our amphibious friends much thought since a long-ago twilight when we chased them across a muddy river bank... But today's frogs need all the help they can get if they're to leap forward into the next millennium.

Over the past decade, dozens of frog species have mysteriously vanished. Like the canary
in a coal mine, some believe their curious disappearance might be a harbinger of a much greater environmental disaster soon to follow...

THE LAST FROG is a love letter to the frog - and a strange and unnerving murder mystery. Starring our amphibious friends, the drama is supported by a cast of scientific experts and devotees frantically trying to unravel the disturbing puzzle behind the global decline of amphibians.

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Learn More:

Amphibian Conservation Alliance
http://www.frogs.org/

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency – Deformed Frogs
http://www.pca.state.mn.us/hot/frogs.html


 

Credits

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Producer, Writer, Director, & Narrator
Allison Argo

Associate Producer
Nick Stringer

Cinematographers
Reuben Aaronson
Steve Downer

Editor
Beth Spiegel

Music Composition
Fred Karns

Sound
Allision Argo

Assistant Camera
Rich Confalone
Reuben Knutson
Josh Spring
Bret Wiley

Location Managers
Lis Leader
Alfredo Salazar
Juan Diego Perez

Frog Wranglers
Barbara Barrett
Liam Grangnahan

Executive Producers
Keenan Smart
Michael Rosenfeld

Special Thanks
Janalee Caldwell & Laurie Vitt
Savanah River Ecology Lab & Whit Gibbons
Baltimore Aquarium & Jack Cover
Declining Amphibian Population Task Force
Ecosciencia, Ecuador
Compassion in World Farming
Surry Amphibian & Reptile Group