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Colin Willock

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Chapter 1:The early years and the birth of Survival

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Interview details

Location:  Wotton on Thames, UK
Date:  3 May 2000
 
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Credits

Interviewee: Colin Willock
Interviewer: Christopher Parsons
Cameraman: Bob Prince
Copyright Holder: Wildscreen

Chapters

1. The early years and the birth of Survival
2. Establishing Survival
3. Survival Anglia cameramen
4. Working with Dieter Plage and Des Bartlett
5. The Survival brand
6. The dangers of wildlife filmmaking
7. The use of famous narrators, and the script writing process

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Clips
The early years and the birth of Survival
1: The early years and the birth of Surviva...
Establishing Survival
2: Establishing Survival
Survival Anglia cameramen
3: Survival Anglia cameramen
Working with Dieter Plage and Des Bartlett
4: Working with Dieter Plage and Des Bartle...
The Survival brand
5: The Survival brand
The dangers of wildlife filmmaking
6: The dangers of wildlife filmmaking
The use of famous narrators, and the script writing process
7: The use of famous narrators, and the scr...