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Winners and Losers - A series of 20 minute films for 2015/2016
By Richard Brock
1 March 2015

Brock Initiative


Richard Brock talking about his new series, which was described as a "great idea" by Sir David Attenborough.

Despite my great age, and after 35 years with BBC Natural History Unit (David Attenborough - Life on Earth, The Living Planet etc ), this is not a trawl through my wildlife/human conservation footage since. Rather, I believe it provides unusual well-documented stories of change leading to new material and suggesting solutions for the future of wildlife, people and the planet. Updates reveal some encouraging efforts and results across a wide range of species, habitats, and issues. Many of the issues are also challenges which the younger generation may face and even overcome.

A still from Whales Worldwide
from Whales Worldwide

With the possible advantage of hindsight and understanding change, why and how this series "Winners and Losers" may really help change losers into winners, will show the truth from then to now and next, illustrated dramatically in exciting short stories on an extraordinary variety of over thirty stand-alone episodes - and increasing all the time!

Orca - A still from Whales Worldwide
from Whales Worldwide

The first four films from about thirty to be produced by the end of this year are: Wolves across Europe (man and predators); Chimps (deforestation and bushmeat); Butterflies across Europe (climate change) and Whales worldwide - in time for WhaleFest in Brighton, March 14th/15th.

Richard's films will be released online later this year.

Brock Initiative and Living Planet Productions

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