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Richard Brock and film-maker/editor Gareth Trezise have been very busy over the past year or so working on the 'Wildlife Winners and Losers' film series... Sixty+ conservation films that aim to show us all "how to turn losers into winners"!! Please get behind the campaign by watching, liking and sharing the films far and wide!!!
Winners and Losers – How to turn losers into winners
Sir David Attenborough: “Sounds like a very good idea” 19/01/15
A message from Richard Brock:
The intention of this 60+ film series is to draw attention to the realistic, positive side of wildlife conservation, as well as showing the problems that lie ahead and what might be done to avoid them. The series is not in the same league as major “landmark” productions with big budgets, big teams and, sometimes, big television audiences – sometimes global, sometimes not. Rather, Winners and Losers is an attempt to reach as many people around the world with fairly short films which include a wide variety of people, places, wildlife and issues, that, hopefully, will connect with those who see them. This could be via any form of media, especially social media, which is growing rapidly everywhere. A special team will ensure that maximum reach is achieved. The series has been made with my own funding (based mainly on my BBC pension) and produced with a small team of professionals filming, editing, design, management and distribution. It is possible to show, therefore, that a relatively modest effort can result in a potentially very useful product, if it is planned, made and distributed well. For me, that is my contribution to our unique “living planet” a previous BBC Natural History Unit series on which I had the pleasure of working – as well as on Life on Earth. Since that time, 25 years ago, much has changed in the natural world mainly because of us. Winners and Losers shows some of those changes – both bad news and good news, from recent archive to now. It’s an attempt to encourage the audience, especially young people globally, to care about the planet and its remarkable wildlife. I really hope the series will make a difference. No income is expected – you could call it my legacy I suppose!
To achieve maximum reach and appeal we have made a series of versions of all of the 60+ films. There is a 3-minute series promo and a 17-minute series promo. Each film has a 5-minute promo and there is also a “main film” each of about 20 minutes, so it is possible to try out each film in several stages. It is also possible to combine different subjects and lengths – a kind of “mix and match”. To name a few – Kenyan eagles, insect migration, Whales, and at Sea World, bluefin tuna, elephants, ecotourism, Shell in the Arctic, sea turtles, the River Thames, wolves, squirrels, chimps, rhinos, Galapagos, McDonald’s, hippos, a Bond girl in Sardinia, “Is Dubai Doomed?” Quite a choice, you could say, and all brought right up to date in 2016 from over the last 10-15 years. And the future? I hope the series will help and, indeed, turn losers into winners.
The natural world is changing very quickly now. The clock is ticking faster and faster. Some species are winning, some are losing. Many people are trying to help - in some exciting cases wildlife is helping itself. My series "Winners and Losers" looks carefully with well-documented evidence at these changes - past, present and particularly the future. Using previously unseen footage from the recent past we bring the story right up to date and try to look forward as to the winners and losers we might expect - and why. As far as I know, no one has done this so deliberately around the world with so many species and places. In the 60+ shortish films recently finished in 2016 we find many examples of winners, or, at least those trying not to be losers!
The films will be released on Vimeo and YouTube over the coming months in groups of ten entitled "Places”, “Places & Tourists”, “Issues”, “Species” & “Solutions”. The first films, available now, are a mixed bag to whet your appetite!
If you're short on time, watch the promo first and then go on to watch the full film when able! Check out this first:
Richard's films will be released online in the coming months, in the run up to the Wildscreen Festival in Bristol. Keep up-to-date by visiting the film series webpage here: brockinitiative.org/Winners-and-Losers.htm
Wildscreen announces nominations for Panda Film and TV Awards 2016 By Pam Beddard - Wildscreen
30 June 2016
Wildscreen, the charity behind the world’s biggest festival of natural history storytelling, today announced the nominees for the 2016 edition of the wildlife film and TV industry’s highest accolade - the Wildscreen Panda Awards - often described as the ‘Green Oscars’.
The shortlist names productions from 10 countries, each of them gaining their place after a sifting of nearly 900 entries by a judging panel made up of leading international producers and broadcasters, conservation organisations, and top craft professionals.
Many of the best known names in wildlife film and TV are represented – among them Sir David Attenborough, 90 this year, who presents or narrates six of the nominated films, including all three of the documentaries vying for the Science Award.
But Wildscreen’s CEO Lucie Muir points out: “A much higher proportion of small independents have made it on to the shortlist this year, proving that it doesn’t require a big budget or long track record to tell truly inspiring, brave, bold and beautiful stories.”
In all, 43 titles remain in the running for prizes in the festival’s 20 categories with THE HUNT leading the pack with six nominations followed closely by JAGO: A LIFE UNDERWATER, five nominations, and RACING EXTINCTION, four nominations.
THE HUNT’s makers, Silverback Films of Bristol, UK, also tops the list of production companies with the most nominations (eight) – just ahead of the BBC Natural History Unit (seven).
This year’s Panda Award winners will be announced as part of the next Wildscreen Festival, happening in Bristol – the world capital of wildlife film and TV production - from October 10 to 14.
The announcements will be made at a glittering awards ceremony taking place at the city’s 2000-seat Colston Hall on Thursday 13 October.
Early Bird festival passes and Panda Awards ceremony tickets are on sale now via www.wildscreen.org.
The Wildscreen Festival is a not-for-profit initiative by the UK-based charity Wildscreen, which also operates Arkive, a free-to-access online encyclopaedia about the natural world, and Wildscreen Exchange, a global hub giving conservation organisations access to imagery and film, TV and photography expertise which helps them to tell the most pertinent conservation stories of our time.
Principal sponsors of the Wildscreen Festival 2016 are BBC Earth, BBC Worldwide and Disneynature.
Wild and Weird (for the episode Radical Relationships)
BBC & BBC Worldwide
PANASONIC CINEMATOGRAPHY AWARD for large crews: Disneynature Bears Disneynature & Silverback Films
Camerawork by Sophie Darlington, John Shier, Warwick Sloss, Gavin Thurston, Mark Yates, Matthew Aeberhard, John Aitchison, Mark Smith & Jamie McPherson
Life Story (for the episode First Steps)
BBC, BBC Worldwide, Discovery, France TV & the Open University
Camerawork by John Brown, Rob Drewett, Tom Fitz, Kevin Flay, Alastair MacEwen, Ian McCarthy, Jamie McPherson, Mark Payne-Gill, Paul Stewart, Toby Strong, Gavin Thurston & Mateo Willis The Hunt (for the episode The Hardest Challenge) Silverback Films, co-produced with the BBC, BBC Worldwide, BBC America, The Open University, CCTV9 & NDR Naturfilm
Camerawork by Jamie McPherson, John Aitcheson, Mark Smith, Sophie Darlington, Doug Anderson, Mark & Vicky Deeble-Stone
Wonders of the Monsoon (for the episode The Drought)
BBC & Discovery
Camerawork by Rolf Steinmann, Paul Stewart, Barrie Britton, Warwick Sloss, Nick Lyon & Lindsay Cupper
for small crews: In Between Rolf Steinmann
Camerawork by Rolf Steinmann Jago: A Life Underwater James Reed for Underdog Films in association with Fantomline Pictures, James Morgan Films & Vistaar Productions
Camerawork by James Morgan, Mark Sharman (underwater) & Ben Sadd (aerial) Vanishing Kings: Lions of the Namib A co-production by ORF, Interspot Film, ARTE, Smithsonian Networks, Into Nature Productions & Boksdocs with ORF-Enterprise
Camerawork by Lianne Steenkamp
Racing Extinction Okeanos – Foundation for the Sea and Discovery Channel present an Oceanic Preservation Society film. In association with Vulcan Productions, the Li Ka Shing Foundation, Earth Day Texas, JP's Peace, Love & Happiness Foundation, Diamond Docs & Insurgent Docs
USA Wild Expectations Equilibrio Films, LLC in association with Nedo Producciones Ltda. for Animal Planet
EDITING AWARD Huntwatch IFAW
Editing by Brant Backlund, David Kennedy, Nicholas Rexford, Alexander Mejia-Johnson & Casey Clark
Jago: A Life Underwater James Reed for Underdog Films in association with Fantomline Pictures, James Morgan Films & Vistaar Productions
Editing by Sam Rogers Moose: A Year in the Life of a Twig Eater Twig Eaters Inc. in association with The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, WNET Thirteen and BBC Bristol
Editing by Roderick Deogrades & Robert Ruzic The Hunt (for the episode The Hardest Challenge) Silverback Films, co-produced with the BBC, BBC Worldwide, BBC America, The Open University, CCTV9 & NDR Naturfilm
Editing by Matt Meech
IMPACT AWARD Explorer: Warlords of Ivory National Geographic Studios for National Geographic Channels
USA Racing Extinction Okeanos – Foundation for the Sea and Discovery present an Oceanic Preservation Society film. In association with Vulcan Productions, the Li Ka Shing Foundation, Earth Day Texas, JP’s Peace, Love & Happiness Foundation, Diamond Docs & Insurgent Docs
USA The Islands and the Whales Intrepid Cinema
MUSIC AWARD Jago: A Life Underwater James Reed for Underdog Films in association with Fantomline Pictures, James Morgan Films & Vistaar Productions
Music by William Goodchild Magical Moors nautilusfilm GmbH - Natural History Germany in coproduction with Bayerischer Rundfunk
Music by Joerg Magnus Pfeil & Siggi Mueller The Hunt (for the episode The Hardest Challenge) Silverback Films, co-produced with the BBC, BBC Worldwide, BBC America, The Open University, CCTV9 & NDR Naturfilm
Music by Steven Price
PEOPLE AND NATURE AWARD Honey Hunters Arkana Studio co-produced with ARTE G.E.I.E.; Telewizja Polska S.A; Studio Produkcyjne ORKA; MX35 Wajda Szlenkier Litwin SP.J
Poland India's Wandering Lions Ammonite Films & Kosmik Global Media
India Jago: A Life Underwater James Reed for Underdog Films in association with Fantomline Pictures, James Morgan Films & Vistaar Productions
United Kingdom Racing Extinction Okeanos – Foundation for the Sea and Discovery Channel present an Oceanic Preservation Society film. In association with Vulcan Productions, the Li Ka Shing Foundation, Earth Day Texas, JP's Peace, Love & Happiness Foundation, Diamond Docs & Insurgent Docs
POPULAR BROADCAST AWARD John Bishop's Gorilla Adventure Tigress Productions & LOLA Entertainment
United Kingdom Racing Extinction Okeanos – Foundation for the Sea and Discovery present an Oceanic Preservation Society film. In association with Vulcan Productions, the Li Ka Shing Foundation, Earth Day Texas, JP’s Peace, Love & Happiness Foundation, Diamond Docs & Insurgent Docs
USA Wild Expectations Equilibrio Films, LLC in association with Nedo Producciones Ltda. for Animal Planet
SCRIPT AWARD The Hunt (for the episode Hide and Seek) Silverback Films, co-produced with the BBC, BBC Worldwide, BBC America, The Open University, CCTV9 & NDR Naturfilm
Script by Jonnie Hughes The Memory of Fish Jennifer Galvin, reelblue LLC
Script by Erin Barnett, Fernanda Rossi & Jennifer Galvin Wild Weather with Richard Hammond(for the episode Water: The Shape Shifter)
An Oxford Scientific Films/Terra Mater Factual Studios/Open University Co-Production (in association with Hamster’s Wheel and PAAN)
Script by Graham Booth
SERIES AWARD Earth - A New Wild
A Passion Planet and National Geographic Studios Production for PBS
United Kingdom Life Story BBC, BBC Worldwide, Discovery, France TV & the Open University
United Kingdom The Hunt Silverback Films, co-produced with the BBC, BBC Wordwide, BBC America, The Open University, CCTV9 & NDR Naturfilm
United Kingdom Wild Weather with Richard Hammond An Oxford Scientific Films/Terra Mater Factual Studios/Open University Co-Production (in association with Hamster’s Wheel and PAAN)
FILMS AT 59 SOUND AWARD Jago: A Life Underwater James Reed for Underdog Films in association with Fantomline Pictures, James Morgan Films & Vistaar Productions
Sound by Tim Owens & Ben Peace at Wounded Buffalo Magical Moors nautilusfilm GmbH - Natural History Germany in coproduction with Bayerischer Rundfunk
Sound by Oliver Goertz The Hunt (for the episode The Hardest Challenge) Silverback Films, co-produced with the BBC, BBC Worldwide, BBC America, The Open University, CCTV9 & NDR Naturfilm
Sound Design by Kate Hopkins
THEATRICAL AWARD Ivory
A Terra Mater Factual Studios production in association with Vulcan Productions & in association with Malaika Pictures
Austria Naledi: A Baby Elephant's Tale Vulcan Productions in association with Off The Fence
USA Unbranded Fin & Fur Films LLC, Implement Productions & Cedar Creek Media LLC
The winners of the 2016 Wildscreen Panda Awards will be presented at the Panda Awards Ceremony on Thursday 13 October 2016 at Colston Hall, Bristol, UK. In addition to the above awards, Wildscreen will also present the Golden Panda Award for overall best production, and the Outstanding Achievement Award which is given to an individual in recognition of their significant contribution to wildlife filmmaking, conservation and the public’s understanding of the environment.
Congratulations to all Wildlife-film.com member nominations listed in bold above! :)
Volunteer recruitment for Wildscreen 2016 is now open!
The Wildscreen Festival could not take place without our loyal and hard working team of volunteers that give up a week of their time to help deliver the event and make sure attendees get the most out their time in Bristol. We're now accepting applications from people who want to volunteer at the 2016 Wildscreen Festival and who share our passion for wildlife film and photography and providing great customer service to delegates.
The rewards for volunteering include:
The chance to see the Panda Award-nominated films and attend Festival events
Access to the Delegate Lounge and networking events
Access to the film library
Insight into the industry's issues and players
Learning new skills
Making new friends
The serious stuff
Successful volunteers are required to be available for full-time work Sunday 9 to Friday 14 October 2016 inclusive. The Festival is open from early in the morning to late at night so expect shifts with early starts and/or late finishes.
We're sorry, but all volunteers must be aged 18 or over
Applications are via the online form.
We do not accept applications by email, CV or covering letters.
Wildscreen is a charity and these are unpaid volunteer posts and we're unable to cover the cost of travel to or accommodation in Bristol.
A uniform and meals/refreshments will be provided.
If you feel you have the necessary skills to be a proactive and hardworking member of the volunteer team, please send us your application by Friday 29 July. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted throughout August for a telephone/Skype interview to assess your suitability and motivation, with successful volunteers being notified by early September. Due to the expected high number of applications we are not able to provide feedback to unsuccessful applicants..
Wildeye have a few course places available later this year... Don't delay, join in!!
There's places available on the ever popular Introduction to Wildlife Film-making, 2–4 September 2016 - These weekends, in the heart of Norfolk, provide a unique hands-on introduction to wildlife film-making. The sessions cover all aspects of wildlife film-making with opportunities for practical filming work as well as advice about how to get started and what equipment to use. This course is the perfect start for those wishing to work in the wildlife film-making industry, whether as a camera operator, producer, researcher, script-writer, presenter and so on. It is also suitable for those wishing to pursue wildlife film-making as a fascinating hobby. Just £295 for the weekend, including accommodation and food! More here!
The new dates for our Wildlife Camera Operator Course, 28-30 October 2016, just announced, has places available... Whether you are hoping for a career as a professional wildlife camera operator or want to film wildlife as a fascinating hobby, this course will arm you with the knowledge and techniques to create stunning shots and sequences. As camera technology advances apace it can be difficult to know what equipment to use (and then how to use it!), with a high tutor to student ratio, this course is unique in content and value for money. More here!
Films of example footage/fun from last month's camera course:
Last years' first Gorillas and Chimpanzees in Uganda trip was a big success... This years' dates are: 14-25 November 2016 – There are 3 Places Available! Join the Great Ape Adventure (A Wildeye /GAFI Project) - Trek to see/film wild mountian gorillas and chimpanzees in the forests of Uganda, whilst learning about and participating in conservation projects to protect our close relatives. A unique itinerary is planned to give participants an incredible opportunity to see wild great apes and engage in their conservation... More here!
Sound recordist, Colin Hunter, was a particpant on last year's Gorillas and Chimpanzees in Uganda trip... A recording he made on the trip has been winning awards! He says:
"One of the recordings I made whilst we were together has won three awards at the Wildlife Sound Recording Society 2015 Competition. The recording in question is of the frog and toad chorus at the Buffalo Lodge in Queen Elizabeth National Park. There are several categories and I was awarded as runner up of the open class of class 4 (Habitat), the restricted winner and I won the certificate for the overall restricted winner, all three awards for the same recording.
I actually made the recording during the crazy thunderstorm that rolled over whilst we were having dinner. Just after the rain stopped, one of the guards took me down to the side of the pond and I captured the intense chorus with the dominant voices those of the Guttural Toad and the Rocket Frog. At the end of the recording we hear a clap of thunder. A few seconds prior to this, a bolt of lightning had forked down to the ground a kilometre or so away, and for a split second the entire lake had been lit up in bright purple. It was only at this point that I realized a hippo was standing in the middle of the lake, about 30 metres from where I was standing. The guard said after that he'd clocked it when we arrived, but I had no clue.
I have amazing memories of the whole trip we spent together but this particular moment was very vivid. So it's really nice that the recording has now been recognised as a prize winning recording"
Listen: Intense Frog And Toad Chorus - Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
The second Audio Post Production Course wirh Pip Norton & Chris Watson, 16-18 December 2016 has availabilty too... This two-day course explores techniques of editing audio files on a computer and mixing soundtracks. Through demonstration and working on practical tasks you will learn how to create, edit, manipulate and improve sound recordings, and also how they can be effectively combined and mixed together to produce a soundtrack. This could be for a television or radio programme, for installations, movies, video games, CD/audio-file releases or for your own enjoyment. The course includes the creation and production of Foley sound and sound effects, how to record the perfect voice over/narration, and covers the growing area of multi-channel mixing. It is suitable for those who have already taken our Introduction to Wildlife Sound Recording course, or those who already have some experience of audio work. It will also be invaluable for video editors and producers who oversee the post production process. More here!
CEEweb for Biodiversityafter five year success and at least 60 hundred great short films later, just has launched Green-Go Short Film Contest for the 6th time in 2016. This year we are looking for short movies which raise awareness about small scale agriculture, the circular economy and Europe's nature wonders. Just like in the previous years, we would like to kindly ask you to be our partners to be able to reach even more interested people and raise awareness about the environmental issues we are living with. The best shorts will not only win valuable prizes but will be showed at international events that affect our future..
We would like to invite you to the 15th NaturVision Film Festival from 21 – 24 July 2016!
For the fifth time in Ludwigsburg, near Stuttgart, Germany, you can enjoy some 100 fantastic films, with audience discussions, catching up with friends and colleagues, and of course the opportunity to celebrate together!
Grand opening: Thursday 21st July at 7.30 p.m. in the Central Theater
In keeping with our ongoing special theme "Islands of the Future" – this year focusing on "The City" – we will be showing the film "Im Auftrag meiner Enkel – Norbert Blüm erkundet die Zukunft" (On Behalf of my Grandson – Norbert Blüm Explores the Future) to open the festival, and we are delighted to be able to welcome former German Federal Minister Mr. Blüm himself in person. After the event, we hope you will join us for snacks to toast the start of the festival.
Award ceremony: Saturday 23 July at 7.30 p.m. in the Central Theater followed by a reception.
Get-together: As every year, we’re offering all industry visitors a chance to catch up at a special get-together on the Friday evening from 6.00 p.m.
Workshops: Learn something new in our fascinating workshops: A music workshop with Jörg Magnus Pfeil (composition) and Alexander Gress (sound design) (Fri. 2.00–5.00 p.m.) and a workshop about the challenges of using 4K cameras (Sat. 10.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.).
For inquiries and reservations, please contact Anne Harder: Tel. +49 (0)7141-9922480 –email@example.com
We invite filmmakers from around the world to submit your work to the 4th annual New York WILD Film Festival hosted by the Explorers Club Headquarters, February 23-26, 2017.
NY WILD celebrates the filmmakers who, through the power of their images and storytelling, promote awareness, educate and inspire interest in exploring and protecting the natural world around us.
"The experience of screening at the NYWFF has been amazing...it provides a forum that, through the films it selects, is a vitally important moment."
JONATHAN DEMME, Director, "The Silence of The Lambs," "What’s Motivating Hayes"
Films eligible for the 2017 competition festival must be documentaries with a focus on the subjects of exploration, adventure, wildlife, conservation and the environment.
We are accepting short films and features up to 90 minutes that are completed between January 1, 2015 and December 1, 2016.
Submissions are accepted via FilmFreeway, earlybird deadline is July 11, 2016
Stories Lived is a repository of video shorts that move and inspire us to be the best version of ourselves we can be. It is a unique site in which one can see, learn and in turn, draw upon that grace that others show in their lives and hopefully use it in our own to be a blessing to others.
If you are passionate about wildlife and have a desire to learn about wildlife filmmaking, TaTanka Productions, Castle Rock, Colorado is putting on a Wildlife Documentary Video Workshop at Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. Bring your camera and learn how to produce your own 10 to 12 minute wildlife documentary on our nation's newly proclaimed national mammal, the Bison.
The workshop will run for 5 days July 31-August 5, 2016.
The spectacular Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge is a true gem of the US Fish and Wildlife Refuge System. The refuge's mixed grass prairies, lush meadows and majestic mountains with hundreds of buffalo is the backdrop for this learning experience.
You will be filming during the most exciting time of the year – the bison rut (mating season), where you will observe bison behavior to the maximum. The bulls when their tails go straight up, pounding the earth with their hooves and their bellows are deafening, signaling they are primed and ready for combat to challenge the other bulls that may come their way. The winning bulls get the prize, the females. The documentary you produce will be on your observations of bison behavior. Until you have intimately observed bison behavior and the rut – it is nothing like you have ever seen before. A refuge biologist will be on hand to discuss the nuances of bison behavior. Other wildlife to be observed on the refuge are elk, deer, prairie dog, burrowing owls, eagles, vast variety of other raptors, southern song birds and possibly the endangered black-capped vireo.
Tom and Sabrina Karges, owners of TaTanka Productions, a non profit 501c3, have been producing documentaries for thirty plus years specializing in Natural History and Social Awareness programs. Their work has taken them all over the world. But, their favorite place to return to is the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. They have been filming at the Refuge for more than twenty five years and have produced several films for the Refuge Visitors Center. Their latest film “Wild Side of Eden” is presently being shown at the Visitors Center. You can see “WILD SIDE OF EDEN” on Youtube.
The workshop is limited to 12 individuals. You will work in a small team learning how to produce your wildlife documentary program. You will learn the importance of research before you ever turn on the camera, idea script, script writing, shooting, audio and the basics of editing.
Students attending the workshop should have a passion for wildlife and wildlife filmmaking. To produce a successful wildlife film takes more than just shooting hours of footage. You must be able to combine your creative story telling ability with your technical expertise in shooting and then putting it altogether in the final edit. In essence the goal of the workshop is to inspire you to develop your skills to be a successful wildlife filmmaker.
The price for the seminar is $785.00 for the week. TaTanka is a 501c3 non profit so your tuition is considered a TAX DEDUCTION. At the conclusion of the five day seminar you will have your own professionally produced 10 to 12 minute documentary on bison behavior that you have shot and edited to take home.
Another triumph from the marvellous Tom Mustill - Giraffes: Africa's Gentle Giants
Everyone loves giraffes, but what do we really know about them? Dr Julian Fennessy starts to reveal their secrets - the most important being that they are disappearing. In an urgent and daring mission, with a determined Ugandan team, he plans to round up 20 of the world's rarest giraffe to take across and beyond the mighty Nile River. The stakes are high, but if they succeed the reward will be a brighter future for an animal we have somehow overlooked.
A sneak preview of Tom's film ‘Giraffes: Africa's Gentle Giants’- www.bbc.co.uk
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