Jason Henwood and director Katie Wardle have a special love for Scottish Wildcats and set up a passion project highlighting this elusive creature.
Filmmaking is filmmaking, whether it’s a traditional production or a piece destined for use in a VR context, and Vanishing Point Media has used its experience of the former to move across to the latter.
Mark Sharman was in the fortunate position of deciding early in life what his career would be, but actually achieving his ambition to be an underwater filmmaker called for a highly-focused approach.
The offer of a dream commission meant that Sam Johnson and Chloe Robinson had to make a snap decision to become full-time filmmakers, but neither has ever regretted taking that decisive first step.
Nicholas Price, a Sydney-based DOP and producer who has made commercials, video clips, TV, documentary and short film. He is always striving to bring a unique visual style to any project he works on.
Vintage lenses and archive content were the biggest trends in non-fiction filmmaking at the 25th Sheffield Doc/Fest...
Hugo van Dijke and Yaël Ovadia are collectively The Dreamers, a Netherlands-based outfit with a decidedly cinematic approach to wedding filmmaking that’s helping to change the market.