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Chapter 6:Filming the sequence of the barnacle geese

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Interview details

Location:  Dorset, UK
Date:  25 September 2006
 
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Credits

Interviewee: Hugh Miles
Interviewer: Mike Salisbury
Cameraman: Ted Giffords
Copyright Holder: Wildscreen

Chapters

1. Current project and how Hugh's interest in wildlife developed
2. Filming ospreys
3. Getting close to his subjects
4. Filming wild dogs, lions, cheetahs and ostriches
5. Filming for Kingdom of the Ice Bear
6. Filming the sequence of the barnacle geese
7. Making films with a conservation message
8. Life as a wildlife cameraman

Related links

Kingdom of the Ice Bear: The Frozen Ocean (1985)
Clips
Current project and how Hugh's interest in wildlife developed
1: Current project and how Hugh's interest ...
Filming ospreys
2: Filming ospreys
Getting close to his subjects
3: Getting close to his subjects
Filming wild dogs, lions, cheetahs and ostriches
4: Filming wild dogs, lions, cheetahs and o...
Filming for Kingdom of the Ice Bear
5: Filming for Kingdom of the Ice Bear
Filming the sequence of the barnacle geese
6: Filming the sequence of the barnacle gee...
Making films with a conservation message
7: Making films with a conservation message
Life as a wildlife cameraman
8: Life as a wildlife cameraman