Wildlife Film-making: Looking to the Future - The new book from Wildeye 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)

Wild Pages
The Wildlife Film-makers' Resource Guide 2012–13
Edited by Jason Peters and Piers Warren


An essential piece of kit!
All the best bits from a festival directory without the
expense of actually going to one, and much more!

  • A complete tool-kit of information for all wildlife film-makers – established and newcomers
  • Listings of wildlife production companies, footage libraries, distributors, broadcasters, location managers/fixers, film festivals, organisations, publications, freelancers and more, with contact details, weblinks and descriptions
  • Including answers to those all-important questions such as whether companies take people on work experience or consider co-productions, how to submit proposals etc.
  • Invaluable information at your fingertips to save hours of trawling through the Internet and sending many emails

eBook Order:
'Wild Pages: The Wildlife Film-makers Resource Guide 2012-13' as an eBook is in the form of a PDF file (2.9Mb).
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Wild Pages 2012-13 eBook: £6.95

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