TAP INTO WORLD-CLASS EXPERTISE and LEARN
HOW TO CRAFT WILDLIFE FILMS THAT WILL
Avon Wildlife Trust has linked up with Bristol’s internationally-acclaimed
natural history film industry to offer amateur filmmakers and wildlife
enthusiasts a rare chance to gain hands-on shooting, editing and production
tuition from some of the world’s leading wildlife film experts.
Following the huge success of the first Introduction to Wildlife Filmmaking
course in May, a second course has been organised for Friday 25th – Sunday
The course is residential and is based at AWT’s Folly Farm Centre, set in a
250-acre nature reserve in the beautiful Chew Valley. Over the three days,
students will find out about research, story telling, fieldcraft, camera
techniques and picture editing. Filming will take place in and around Folly
Farm and at nearby Chew Valley Lake – a wonderful location for wildfowl.
Participants will take away a DVD of their completed film.
The course is designed to be fun and informative – a chance to meet others
enthused and inspired by the natural world, to socialise with industry
professionals and to discover how to transfer your enthusiasm for nature to
the screen. (Maximum number of participants: 12).
View the place, the people and the wildlife who came together for
the last successful course in May 2009 on our website or go to
For booking and more information contact: email@example.com or call 01275