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Research and Production for Wildlife Documentaries

In Hall Farm House ()

£ 275 VAT exempt

Description

  • Typology

    Course

  • Duration

    3 Days

Description

Specific focus on research and production.
Suitable for: Wildlife film fans

To take into account

No equipment needed

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Subjects

  • Production

Teachers and trainers (2)

Alan  Miller

Alan Miller

Wildeye

Caroline Brett

Caroline Brett

Wildeye

Course programme

Research and production are essential elements of the wildlife film industry but the activities involved and techniques required are not always obvious. This course combines presentations from experienced researchers and producers, who can guide you through the pitfalls and teach you the tricks of the trade, with practical work and examples from real productions.

Working as a wildlife researcher or production assistant is often the first step in the wildlife film-making industry but getting a job can be hard. This course will give you a thorough grounding to all the skills required and be a valuable addition to your CV. If you are planning on 'going on your own' as a researcher/producer the information gained from this course will be invaluable. The skills learned are applicable to team members or solo film-makers.

The course is taught by Caroline Brett, who is a highly experienced and award-winning producer/ director, Alan Miller, an accomplished director, writer and editor, and Sarah Whalley, an experienced natural history researcher.

The location is Hall Farm House in North Norfolk, UK. No experience or equipment is required, but do bring your laptop if you have one.

Additional information

Contact person: Piers Warren

Research and Production for Wildlife Documentaries

£ 275 VAT exempt