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Wildlife film work is great, but you don’t get to make someone’s head disappear or reverse infra-red grade everything so a beech tree turns into a cherry in blossom. With this in mind I’ve been playing around with some music videos recently, and here’s the first – for my friends at the band DEMS, and made with David Gardener and my amigo Waldo Etherington, a tree climber (who managed to ascend this whole tree blind), here’s the video for the first track on their forthcoming debut album; the song is called ‘Sense of an Ending’.
We’re thrilled to announce that the Bat Man of Mexico is up for both Best People and Nature Film at the 2014 Panda Awards and Best Documentary at INFF – the Pandas are awarded on the 23rd of October and INFF on the 24th – it’s going to be an exciting week! Fingers crossed…
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Whoa! We just heard a couple of days ago that the BBC has decided to air ‘Natural World: The Bat Man of Mexico’, the film I’ve been working on for the last year – it was due to air in the autumn and has suddenly be brought forward to a week on Friday… Friday the 13th! Read more…