GE2019

So just 2 years after the last general election, here we go again and the UK is off to the polls in mid-December. Already, with Brexit unresolved, this election seems set to be one of the most bitter and divisive political events in the UK’s recent history since, well, the last bitter and divisive political…

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Extinction Rebellion

It’s been a very busy period since the start of the year, with a series of assignments and films for the BBC and other corporate work. This week, we’ve been in London shooting with Jemma Woodman for BBC Inside Out on a film about a group of protestors who have travelled up from Cornwall to…

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Fracking in the USA

This film that we made with photographer Les Stone in 2015 about Fracking in the USA is still available to watch on the Guardian’s website.     The film is still relevant and the marches by school kids protesting inaction on climate change this month (Feb 2019) prompted us to re-watch the film. The issues…

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Drone filming for Inside Out

It’s been a busy few weeks at the start of 2019 with a number of assignments for various clients, including a great shoot for Andy with Simon Vacher for Luke Lovell at Reflected Eye where he was working as a sound recordist for a change of a corporate film. Andy has also been filming for…

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“Frictionless Trade”: Fact or Friction?

We’ve heard a lot of chat about ‘frictionless trade’ after Brexit. But what does that actually mean? We put the idea to BBC Inside Out South East and they were keen to find out too, so we put together a road trip with BBC South East’s Political Corresponsent Helen Catt, van driver Ciaran Donovan and…

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Seals film on Inside Out

Our film about Dartmouth’s Grey Seals with Maya Plass is on BBC Inside Out on Monday 3rd September at 1930hrs and then after that on BBC iPlayer. The film looks at how hard it is for the small grey seal colony near Dartmouth to thrive because of pressures from tourism. it features contributions from Stephen…

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Grey Seals in Dartmouth

Had an amazing time last week filming grey seals for a film for BBC Inside Out with the wonderful Maya Plass, marine bilogist and with Dartmouth boat skipper Chris Craven.                 Grey seals are most common in the UK in the North East and in Scotland, but the…

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Drones

Lighting Cameraman Andrew Johnstone has just completed his CAA drone pilot training and Wild Dog is now able to offer aerial cinematography to its list of services for broadcast and commercial clients. “I am not expecting to replace specialist drone film companies”, says Johnstone, “but there are many instances when the ability to shoot aerial…

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