The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
Head of RSPB Film Unit: Mark Percival
Assistant Producer: Robin Hill
Cameraperson: Toby Hough
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds is a conservation organisation with over one million members. Producers of wildlife films since 1953, the RSPB Film Unit continues to create blue-chip wildlife and conservation programming today for event presentation, broadcast, DVD sales, online distribution and clips sales. Our aim is to showcase the RSPB’s most important conservation work and to capture the spectacle of the natural world with award-winning clarity- achieved by a commitment to the principles of ethical wildlife filmmaking. Credits include:
Eagle Odyssey (ten awards incl. Wildscreen & Jackson Hole)
Waterlands (nine awards incl. Japan Wildlife Film Festival)
The RSPB Film Unit is open to developing co-productions on the themes of saving nature, stopping species extinction, stopping climate change, and landscape restoration/re- creation. We periodically offer production internships (6-12 months) usually as camera or field assistant.