Filmmaking for wildlife and environmental conservation
What you'll learn
- Use film as a tool for conservation
- Plan, shoot and edit professionally
- Maximise the chance your films will result in action
- Access to any camera and computer/phone
In todays world, every conservation practitioner should have access to the most powerful tools that can help to combat the enormous threats posed by species extinction, global warming and environmental destruction.
Film is one of these tools.
Whether they know it or not, almost everyone nowadays can produce even a basic film. This course will enable you to produce high quality content that can achieve your goals as a conservationist. This course will cover everything from what equipment you will need to how to plan, shoot and edit a film and what to do once it is made.
Throughout the course, the material will be covered specifically from the angle of catering to people working in the field of wildlife and environmental conservation.
The challenges we all face today are enormous, knowing how to use film as one tool in our response will help every conservationist working in the field today. I've applied in this course all that I have learnt working full time as an independent film-maker working almost exclusively with international NGO's, conservation organisations and practitioners to help you become a skilled film maker as fast as possible.
Join this course and discover how quickly you can produce high quality films and how much they can make a difference.
Who this course is for:
- Wildlife and environmental conservation practitioners
I'm a full time independent film maker, producing films to advance wildlife and conservation objectives globally. I work with international NGO's, organisations and conservation practitioners across the globe to produce films to preserve species and landscapes and benefit the people that depend on them. Everything from lobbying for change, raising funds for projects, engaging stakeholders and producing public campaigns.