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"" Go Wild With Your Camcorder: How to Make Widlife Films. By Piers Warren. Packed with information and advice acquired over years of teaching wildlife film-making, Piers Warren guides you through all aspects of making a wildlife film from choosing a camcorder to editing the final product. This book and a basic camcorder are all you need to get started. More...
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"" Careers in Wildlife Film-making. By Piers Warren. This is not just an essential book for newcomers to the natural history films industry. The case studies of well-known individuals, and unique discussion of the future of the industry from top professionals make this an important read for those already working in the fields of wildlife, underwater and conservation film. More...
Careers in Wildlife Film-making book.

"" Animals in Film. By Jonathan Burt. An account of the politics of animals in cinema, of how movies and videos have developed as vehicles for animal rights activists, and of the roles that animals have played in film, from the avant-garde to Hollywood. Burt shows that animal imagery has effected shifts in contemporary attitudes to animals. More...
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"" Green Screen: Environmentalism and Hollywood Cinema. By David Ingram. 'Green Screen' combines film studies with environmental history and politics, aiming to establish a cultural criticism informed by 'green' thought. Ingram argues that Hollywood cinema has perpetuated romantic attitudes to nature and has played an ideological role in the 'greenwashing' of ecological discourses. More...

"" Reel Nature : America's Romance With Wildlife on Film. By Gregg Mitman. In the first major analysis of American nature films in the twentieth century, Mitman shows how our cultural values, scientific needs, and new technologies produced the images that have shaped our contemporary view of wildlife. More...

"" Watching Wildlife. By Cynthia Chris. Chris, a professor of media culture, examines how nature programming became ubiquitous, and why it is so popular. She follows the history of wildlife documentaries, discovering implicit nods to gender and racial stereotyping, an obsession with sexuality, and outright sensationalism. More...

"" Wildlife Films. By Derek Bouse. Discusses the making of wildlife films and how they have been shaped historically by the mainstream film industry. More...

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