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2014 News

CONGRATULATIONS KATE!!!!! on The Technicolor Creative Technology Award at Women in Television and Film (WFTV) Awards 2014

http://www.wftv.org.uk/sky-wftv-awards/about-awards

Kate with Sue Perkins who presented the award

Mutual congratulations: Kate with Vanessa Redgrave who received The Lifetime Achievement Award

Movember http://uk.movember.com is almost over… well done Ben for raising over £200!!

Don’t miss the Film 4 Premiere of ‘The Legend of Shorty’ tonight at 11:10 pm…
The documentary follows a courageous film crew as they search for international fugitive Joaquin Guzman. The head of a powerful Mexican drugs cartel, Guzman has been on the run from both his own country’s government and the US authorities for 13 years, becoming a hero to some and one of the world’s most dangerous criminals to others
http://www.theguardian.com/film/2014/mar/09/sxsw-2014-legend-of-shorty-review

Thank you Jackson Hole Science and everyone involved on Disneynature Bears!

‘WILDSCREEN: The Oscars of the natural history & wildlife film industry’

Huge congratulations to all of this year’s Wildscreen award winners… especially those we had the pleasure of working with:
Chimpanzee, Enchanted Kingdom and Hebrides – fantastic!

We’re also very happy and proud to have been awarded the Films@59 Best Sound Award for Hidden Kingdoms: Under the Open Skies

Thank you Wildscreen!

Tim sound recording on location in Sri Lanka

Congratulations to Kate and Tim and everyone else nominated for Outstanding Music and Sound at this years Emmys!

http://emmyonline.com/news_35th_nominations

Another beautiful film from Andrew Graham-Brown… Natural World’s Penguin Post Office it’s wonderful – don’t miss it!!
BBC2 8pm 24th July

“Welcome to the Penguin Post Office, a little bit of Britain in the heart of Antarctica. Inside, the post office has everything you’d expect; a postbox, stamps, postcards and some dedicated staff. Outside, things are a little bit different. Neighbouring the post office are 3,000 gentoo penguins. They are there to raise a family but their lives are far from picture postcard as adultery and robbery are rife. The post office and its penguins attract thousands of visitors. Whilst they come and go, the penguins must keep up with daily chores to ensure their chicks make it to sea before the Antarctic winter starts to bite.” BBC Website

Great news! Hidden Kingdoms has been nominated for Best Music and Sound at this year’s Wildscreen

http://www.wildscreenfestival.org/awards.aspx?utm_source=Wildscreen+Festival&utm_campaign=9c4cbb48e9-Wildscreen_Festival_16102013&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_592bed5d75-9c4cbb48e9-39762341

Deeply strange, but all disturbingly true….

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