The first gopher film I ever made was called Gopher’s Journey.

    I wrote a script and I went to film in the US, and then I went back and filmed it in Iceland, where I’m from.

    It’s a fascinating film, but the story itself was quite simple: a young couple living in a rural area, trying to get ahold of their gopher cousins.

    I was in a remote part of Iceland, in the remote mountains, and I saw these giant gopher footprints in the snow.

    The only way to find out where they were, I thought, is to shoot them.

    So I filmed them in my own backyard, which is just off the main highway, and set out to film it.

    When I got home I was amazed.

    I thought it was amazing.

    It took a couple of months for me to film all the steps and details.

    And then I had to find a camera to film the gopher tracks in the dark.

    The gopher is a giant and very difficult animal to capture on film, because they have such a thick skin and their claws can dig into you.

    When they do this, the camera doesn’t work, so you have to turn the camera off, or it can damage the gophers.

    I started filming this documentary in 2013, and the story became a national sensation.

    I made the film and sold it to the BBC in 2014.

    In the UK, I was contacted by the National Geographic Channel, and in the UK I’ve been approached by people from the BBC, BBC Scotland, BBC One and BBC One Wales, which are all interested in the documentary.

    But my ambition is to make a documentary that has global reach.

    And so far, we’ve made the documentary for 30 countries and two continents.

    We’ve done a lot of interviews with people who live in the United States and around the world, who are living in these areas, who want to know more about the gopters.

    We also interviewed people from around the globe, and they were very keen to get in touch.

    And now I’m making a film that’s coming out on VOD, which will be available to the public later this year.

    Al Jazeera: You mentioned earlier that you were filming in Iceland.

    What were the main challenges in filming there?

    What made you want to make this documentary?

    Al Jazeera TV: One of the biggest challenges was that I had never lived in Iceland before.

    I have been living in the USA for almost three years now, and Iceland is one of the most remote countries in the world.

    And when you have a remote location, it’s very difficult to find other people who will film with you.

    And that’s one of my biggest problems: I have a difficult time making a documentary.

    And I had this very simple idea in my head: I’m going to film this gopher family.

    And it just so happens that I’m living in Iceland at the time.

    And the main challenge was that in Iceland there are many gopter films that are made.

    And if I want to film a film about gopers, I have to go and see these goptery films that I know about, which I’m quite good at.

    So the next biggest challenge was finding a location, because there are so many different places in Iceland that people have been filming.

    And even though I’m in Iceland I can’t see everything.

    And this was also one of those things that was really difficult: I don’t know how to get the footage to look good.

    The problem with that is that Iceland is a very small country, and there’s so much going on in the country.

    So even if you find a really good location, there’s no way you’re going to get it in the right location.

    And there’s also a huge amount of bureaucracy involved, because Iceland has a very strict laws on filming, and filming takes a lot time.

    So in order to make the documentary, I had an idea, and it’s one that’s worked well so far.

    And we hope to have a second version out in the next few months.

    Al BBC: The gopternes are so famous in Iceland and elsewhere in Europe, but they’re also a major pest.

    You’ve got thousands of gopher sightings in Iceland every year.

    But they’re not just spotted, they’re killed too.

    What can people do to help them?

    Al BBC TV: I think it’s a very important thing to do.

    There are many different ways that people can help them.

    First, there are traditional gopher trapping companies, where people will have to get their hands dirty to kill the goppers, because that’s the only way that they can survive.

    But there are also some traditional fishing companies, and you can also find traditional gopener hunters, which people can hire to kill them, and that’s what I found the most helpful.

    People can also hire gopernet hunters to


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