Fractured Earth: Fractured Lives

Watch our film about #fracking in the USA. (Still Photos © Les Stone)

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Hard times in Karamoja

Our colleague in Kampala, William Odinga, has just written a very interesting piece about the tough choices facing Uganda. With war in Southern Sudan on its doorstep, Uganda has taken in thousands of refugees and this has put pressure on local resources and on the local population. The region is struggling with drought and there…

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Scilly Liners

About a year ago I spent a week or so working on a film about Cruise Tourism on the Isles of Scilly for BBC Inside Out. The film screens on BBC 1 tonight, 20th March at 1930hrs. The film looks at how the islands cope with the huge influx of day trippers from the cruise…

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Boats, Boules and Bond…

“Now pay attention 007″… Our film about the wartime adventures of former James Bond director, Guy Hamilton will be on BBC 1 Inside Out at 7.30pm on Monday 6th February 2017 and then on BBC iPlayer for the next month. Producer Director Andrew Johnstone will also be speaking about the film to local radio in…

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BBC Inside Out – new series

We’re pleased that the new series of Inside Out is on air and we have 3 films in this run, starting tonight with Whales out West with naturalist Nick Baker. After a dead fin whale washes up on the beach at Dawlish in Devon, Nick goes whale watching with Dr Simon Ingram and Captain Keith…

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Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival 2016

Our film of the highlights from the Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival 2016 is now available on the festival website and you can also watch it here. This year’s event included talks and readings by Deborah Moggach, Dame Hilary Mantel, Mark Haddon, A.C.Grayling and Jackie Kay amongst others. The festival has become one of our favourite…

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Sony PXW-FS7: “Full sea trials”

Like many lighting cameramen who do not live within easy striking distance of London or any of the other big towns in UK where the equipment re-sellers lurk, I’ve had to reply on a lot of second hand information from colleagues at the GTC, from fleeting glances at other colleagues’ kit and on Youtube clips…

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Wild Dog’s new Sony FS7 4k Camera

We’re pleased to announce that we have taken delivery of a brand new Sony FS7 Super 35mm 4k film camera. We have pensioned off our mush loved Panasonic HPX250, which we were sad to part with. We got a great deal on the bulk of our kit from H Preston Media, a kit supplier that…

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Devon Photography Course October 2016

We’re very happy to announce that Wild Dog director, Andrew Johnstone will be running another weekend long photography course with Mazard Farm on the 8/9 October 2016. Andrew is a highly experienced photojournalist, whose work has appeared in magazines and newspapers around the world including Time Magazine, The Guardian, Sunday Times, The Telegraph, Die Zeit…

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Making the News for BBC Jersey

When the BBC calls and asks if you’d like to cover some shifts for Channel Islands News in Jersey over the summer, you’d be daft to say no. It seems that a significant numbers of staff on the island were either off on maternity leave, on holiday or had been swiped to cover the Olympics…

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Pictures worth a thousand words: thoughts on ‘Brexit’.

The UK is about to make a huge decision about its future on 23rd June. As a small business with a number of European clients (including those of our translation business Decipherit) and having filmed and photographed any number of projects across Europe over the years, we have benefited as much as anyone from the…

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