BBC’s Planet Earth 2: Behind the scenes
Clarke Willmott LLP would be delighted if you join us, as we delve into the world of wildlife TV production on Thursday 1 February at our Bristol office.
Planet Earth II captured the imagination of viewers around the world. But how did the BBC film crew find their amazing animal stories? And how did new technology enable them to take viewers on a more immersive journey into the animal’s world? Join award-winning BBC producer Dr. Chadden Hunter, as he reveals the secrets of making Planet Earth II, describes his fascinating career path into wildlife filmmaking and shares never-before-seen footage from the series.
In addition to this exclusive insight, the evening will offer a fantastic networking opportunity, as well as drinks and canapés. Please RSVP below at your earliest convenience, to avoid disappointment.
More about Dr. Hunter
Dr. Chadden Hunter is an Australian wildlife biologist and filmmaker. After completing a PhD on gelada baboons in Ethiopia, Chadden worked with National Geographic and Discovery Channel, filming everything from tribes in Africa to snow leopards in Pakistan. On the BBC series Planet Earth he became known as ‘the guy covered in bat poop’, and whilst filming arctic wolves for Frozen Planet learnt that minus 40C was cold enough to freeze his eyes shut. His credits include Series Producer on Wild Arabia which was nominated for two Emmy awards. While producing the ‘Grasslands’ programme for Planet Earth II Chadden discovered a new-found respect for any rhinoceros he meets on foot in long grass.
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