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Chris Palmer

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Chapter 6:A view on today's wildlife programmes

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Interview details

Location:  Wildscreen Offices, Bristol, UK
Date:  15 October 2010
 
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Credits

Interviewee: Chris Palmer
Interviewer: Barry Ernest Paine
Cameraman: Bob Prince
Copyright Holder: Wildscreen

Chapters

1. The Early years
2. Stepping into wildlife filmmaking
3. Trends in wildlife films: Ethics and morals
4. Influences and memorable collaborations
5. Dream films and career highs
6. A view on today’s wildlife programmes
7. The future of the wildlife film industry

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Clips
The Early years
1: The Early years
Stepping into wildlife filmmaking
2: Stepping into wildlife filmmaking
Trends in wildlife films: Ethics and morals
3: Trends in wildlife films: Ethics and mor...
Influences and memorable collaborations
4: Influences and memorable collaborations
Dream films and career highs
5: Dream films and career highs
A view on today’s wildlife programmes
6: A view on today’s wildlife programmes
The future of the wildlife film industry
7: The future of the wildlife film industry