Wild Dog offers a comprehensive television & film production service including script writing, location filming, editing, post production and voiceover.
On this page you can see some of our most recent film work for a range of clients including BBC, NHK Japan, Guradian, GWI/CARE, NBI and others.
Dream of Steam
This film was made for the last series of BBC’s Inside Out.
It follows inventor Graham Waldren’s Zennor Phoenix biomass steam engine project and his quest to develop a sustainable source of power to power his off-grid lifestyle.
We are set to follow up on this piece later in the year.
In 2015, we travelled to Pennsylvania, USA to work with award-winning photojournalist Les Stone to make a film about the controversial process of shale gas extraction – “fracking”.
The British government is keen to allow fracking for shale gas in the UK and we were interested to find out what lessons can be learned from the American experience.
This short version of film was picked up by the Guardian. A longer version is available for TV broadcast from our agent Journeyman Films.
Enter the Dragons
This film was produced under the auspices of the Four Basin Gender Profiles (4BGP) project of the CGIAR Research Programme on Water, Land and Ecosystems.
The film follows a group of ten youth innovators, mentored by Dr Alan Nicol from the International Water Management Institute, as they devise a solution to landscape challenges to be pitched to a panel of judges in a Dragon’s Den style event at the Global Landscapes Forum at COP21 in Paris, December 2015.
The event was hosted by the Youth in Landscapes Initiative, with coordination by CGIAR Research Programme on Water, Land and Ecosystems.
More Chances: More Change
In this short film, Ugandan science journalist William Odinga travels back to Otuke in Northern Uganda to find out what changes have occurred in the rural farming communities that struggle to subsist in variable climate when rainfall is unpredictable.
Norm’s Survivors’ Climb
This is the final rough cut of the film we produced in the summer of 2014 for the autumn series of BBC Inside Out, about Devon-based mountaineer and double amputee Norman Croucher.
This version includes the original beginning which was lost in the final cut, but most of the other sequences were pretty much exactly as in this version. Some of the music was changed.
Norman’s story is pretty amazing, well worth a watch!
Death of the Nile?
This film was produced in 2009 after producer/director Andrew Johnstone was awarded a Commonwealth Broadcasting Association Travel Bursary for the project.
The film was distributed through Journeyman Films and was broadcast on NKH Japan and is still available on the Guardian.
We have produced three other films about the Nile Basin for the Nile Basin Initiative, including Nile Our River! available on the Water Channel.