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Chapter 6:The changes in film technology

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Interview details

Location:  Shepton Mallet, UK
Date:  7 April 2006
 
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Credits

Interviewee: Tom Poore
Interviewer: Michael Bright
Cameraman: Mark Wheeler
Copyright Holder: Wildscreen

Chapters

1. How Tom came to work for the BBC
2. The early years at the BBC
3. The editing process
4. The effect of the Life on Earth series
5. Working as a freelance editor and IMAX
6. The changes in film technology
7. Tomís move from radio to editing
8. The future

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Clips
How Tom came to work for the BBC
1: How Tom came to work for the BBC
The early years at the BBC
2: The early years at the BBC
The editing process
3: The editing process
The effect of the Life on Earth series
4: The effect of the Life on Earth series
Working as a freelance editor and IMAX
5: Working as a freelance editor and IMAX
The changes in film technology
6: The changes in film technology
Tomís move from radio to editing
7: Tomís move from radio to editing
The future
8: The future