November 2017:
The Right Amount Of Grain

The Right Amount Of Grain Across the Pond / Mark London Williams The Right Amount Of Grain Across the Pond / Mark London Williams In a lively period where the very deadlines for this column were strained nearly to capacity, we bracketed our month with visits to the former Eastman Kodak Building, now occupied by … Read more

2017 Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival Winners Announced!

The Awards Celebration concludes the Festival & Summit, which draws leading filmmakers, conservationists, scientists, journalists and visionaries engaged in conservation and wildlife media to Jackson Hole. Submissions in the prestigious competition included a record-breaking 900 film entries, making this year’s festival the biggest yet. The nominated films are dazzling, inspiring, innovative and urgent. The winners … Read more

Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival finalists announced

The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival has announced the 2017 finalists for its 15th biennial film competition, an event that is considered to be the “Oscars of nature filmmaking.” Winners will be revealed at the Grand Teton Awards Gala in Jackson, WY on Thursday, September 28th, 2017. The awards are just one part of the … Read more

BAFTA Craft Award Winners

DP James Friend BSC won the 2017 BAFTA Craft Photography & Lighting: Fiction Award for his work on BBC Studios/Bandit Television/BBC One drama Rillington Place. He was nominated alongside Adriano Goldman for Left Bank Pictures/Netflix’s The Crown (episode five), Ole Birkeland for The Forge/C4’s National Treasure, and Seamus McGarvey BSC ASC for House Of Tomorrow/Netflix’s Black … Read more

Embracing change

Embracing change GBCT News / John Keedwell Embracing change GBCT News / John Keedwell Looking back a year ago, who would have thought we would be where we are now? I don’t want to get overly political here, although it’s clearly very difficult to ignore the events over the course of 2016, and it would … Read more

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