Camera Corps will demonstrate its range of camera systems at the biennial Wildscreen Film Festival in Bristol, 19-24 October. The event brings together programme producers, investors, commissioners, buyers and broadcasters to discuss all aspects of wildlife filmmaking and photography. Rounding the week off will be the Wildscreen Panda Awards, dubbed ‘The Green Oscars’, which celebrate the best in natural history filmmaking.
“Our key message for visitors to the Wildscreen Film Festival is that Camera Corps systems as can capture images from practically any location, above ground, underground or under water, in normal light, low light or infra-red, in practically any weather. Our low-noise high-precision remote control drives, including joystick-based gradual acceleration, make the total system ideal for unobtrusive wildlife programme production.”
Excellence in Wildlife filmmaking has also been recognised at the upcoming TVBAwards. Production company Les Films en Vrac has been nominated for the Beyond HD Achievement in the Image Capture capture category for its project Land of the Bears. Set in the wilderness of the Kamchatka Peninsula, the film follows the daily adventures of five wild brown bears.
Tickets for the event at the Hilton London Wembley are available now. The evening includes a drinks reception, presentation of awards, dinner, and an after party, offering a networking opportunity for attendees.