Wildlife Film-making: Looking to the Future

What does the future of wildlife film-making hold for us all?

Whether you are a budding film-maker, an experienced amateur or a seasoned professional,
this book – an accompaniment to the hugely successful Careers in Wildlife Film-making – attempts to answer this question …

Exploring the future of the wildlife film-making industry.
Featuring contributions from many leading wildlife film professionals.
Edited by Piers Warren (Wildeye Principal), foreword by Neil Nightingale (BBC NHU).

  • As technology advances rapidly and viewers’ options increase, this book presents a fascinating exploration of the future of wildlife film-making. Its unique collection of views and advice make this book an invaluable resource for everyone who wishes to succeed as a wildlife film-maker in years to come. It contains articles from many leading figures in the industry and case studies of numerous skilled practitioners
  • Available by mail-order worldwide, this is an international book featuring many contributions from all over the world: successful professionals explain how they got started and give their views on the recent changes in the industry, and its future
  • Case studies include: Steve Backshall, Nick Baker, Gavin Thurston, Casey Anderson, Patrick Rouxel, Phil Streather, Carl Hall, Joe Yaggi, Rita Banerji, Steve Greenwood, Mike Linley, Caroline Brett, Alan Miller, Adrian Cale, Sandesh Kadur and many more. Each case study includes unique tips and  invaluable advice; for example read Phil Streather’s Top Ten Tips for Natural History 3D.
  • Essays on Views from the Industry from leading figures are provided by Alastair Fothergill (BBC/GreatApe Productions), Chris Palmer (Center for Environmental Filmmaking), Janet Rose (IWFF), Sophie Vartan (NHU Africa), Neil Harraway (NHNZ), Emma Rigny (National Geographic Television), Richard Brock (Living Planet Productions), Xi Zhinong (Wild Film China), Shin-ichi Murata (NHK) and many more

Extract from the foreword by Neil Nightingale, Creative Director, BBC Earth:
If you’re considering working in any kind of wildlife media this book is a brilliant guide to help navigate and understand the confusion of choice and opportunity. But it’s much more than that. It provides an engaging account of the whole industry in its many forms. Even those who’ve spent a lifetime working in this business will discover aspects of it they were barely aware of. I certainly did.

The Authors

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Piers Warren
Piers is well known throughout the wildlife film-making industry as the founder of WILDEYE – The International School of Wildlife Film-making, and as the founder of Wildlife Film News and producer of wildlife-film.com, which he created in 1999. With a strong background in biology, education and conservation, he has had a lifelong passion for wildlife films and has a wide knowledge of natural history. He is one of the founders of the international organisation Filmmakers for Conservation and was Vice President for the first three years.

How to Order

‘Wildlife Film-making: Looking to the Future‘ is available as a paperback book, a PDF ebook or for kindle (see below).

Paperback: you can order it as a paperback from the majority of online bookstores all over the world. For example, it is available at The Book Depository for £11.95 with free delivery worldwide.

Kindle version available at Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com (and many other countries’ Amazon stores)

eBook Order: Wildlife Film-making: Looking to the Future‘ as an eBook is in the form of a PDF file (2.3Mb). When we have received your payment you will be directed to a page where you can download the the PDF file – this redirection will be automatic from the paypal receipt page and can take a few seconds so please wait for it before closing the window. If the download page does not appear or you have any problems please contact us at info@wildeye.co.uk If the download page does not appear or you have any problems please contact us at books@wildeye.co.uk

Wildlife Film-making: Looking to the Future

PDF eBook: £5