A sneak-peak into the lives of wildlife filmmakers. Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of what it takes to make natural history TV shows and landmark series from the people who make them: producers, cinematographers, TV hosts, editors and more.
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Sripad Sridhar experienced an event when he was just 21 where he could have lost his life. That event cemented his desire to become a wildlife filmmaker. more
Unique takes on wildlife filmmaking - everything from production tips and gear discussions to ethics, career advice and conservation. A wide gamut of topics dissected by experts. Jake does a great job keeping the discussion moving and engaging. Really enjoying this podcast.
Independent wildlife filmmaking is a really difficult industry to break in to, and the journey often has more disheartening moments than positive ones... This podcast is the perfect motivation to keep going, with insights from professionals to give listeners the knowledge they need to proceed. Since listening to the MWF podcast, I have personally found success in the industry, following 4 years of having to work in unrelated industries to fund my passion. I also joined the MWF mentorship program... more
Each one of these episodes has a nugget of gold for any wildlife filmmaker, cameraman, or others in the business and wanting to enter the field. The interview with Doug Allen is especially informative for camera operators with invaluable advice and words. Keep up the great work and insights Jake!
I recently discovered this podcast and I’ve been bingeing it since. It’s excellent for anyone who loves wildlife films. Doesn’t matter if you’ve never touched a camera. The stories are fantastic. What a blast.
So wonderful and helpful to hear these interviews with real professionals, some of the top people in the wildlife filmmaking genre.
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Master Wildlife Filmmaking launched 6 years ago and published 45 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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