By Madelaine Westwood,Piers Warren,Jane Goodall
‘For we all who care concerning the setting and natural world – and wish to make a distinction – this can be an immense book.’
Jane Goodall PhD, DBE, founding father of the Jane Goodall Institute and UN Messenger of Peace
‘Conservation Film-making is a close and well-researched ‘how to’ advisor, however it is greater than that – it’s an outstanding learn! it's going to be learn through every body enthusiastic about conservation, to appreciate higher how movie may perhaps – certainly should still – be used.’
Ian Redmond OBE, Chairman of Ape Alliance
‘Conservation Film-making is a richly nourishing booklet, a qualified travel de strength, and a compelling argument that movies, whilst made based on the easiest practices contained during this booklet, could make an enormous and optimistic distinction to the realm within which we live.’
Chris Palmer, Director of the guts for Environmental Filmmaking
‘This wonderful e-book becomes the bible for everybody made up our minds to fly within the face of everything-is-wonderful-and-happy typical historical past programmes and exhibit, in its place, that conservation could be awe-inspiring and watchable, too.’
Mark Carwardine, Conservationist
‘This ebook is of huge worth to every body fascinated by conservation’
Lee Durrell MBE, PhD, Honorary Director, Durrell natural world Conservation Trust
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Conservation Film-making: How to make films that make a difference by Madelaine Westwood,Piers Warren,Jane Goodall