Do you have a love for BBC wildlife documentaries and want to hear how they’re made?

Do you have a love for BBC wildlife documentaries and want to hear how they’re made?

Join award-winning wildlife filmmakers Patrick Morris and Huw Cordey as they give their personal insights into the making of ambitious and ground-breaking TV series such as Life, Galapagos, South Pacific, Planet Earth, and most recently The Hunt, highlighting the adventures and challenges they’ve experienced over the last 25 years.

The talk will also offer a rare opportunity to go ‘behind the scenes’ on the making of BBC Earth’s 3D theatrical film Enchanted Kingdom – a spellbinding and immersive journey through Africa, ‘transporting you from grey urbanity through seven distinct realms in the wildest continent on Earth.’

Water has had a huge impact on many of Patrick and Huw’s film making experiences, so all proceeds of ticket sales will be donated to international water aid charity, Just a Drop.

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Following the talk, a Q&A session will take place between both directors which will be chaired by BBC HARDtalk presenter and Just a Drop patron, Stephen Sackur. There will also be a charity raffle where a few lucky winners will be able to win some prizes.

Life Behind the Lens:  28th January 2016, 7.30– 9.15pm in the Ondaatje Theatre, The Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR. Tickets £15 in advance. Doors open 6.30pm. Tickets can be purchased online via Eventbrite.

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Just a Drop is an international water development charity bringing clean water, sanitation facilities and hygiene education to communities across the globe, transforming lives.

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  1. Avatar Indonesia travel information says:

    BBC is the world wildlife class exploration with their film and photographer. I love BBC and they have introduced many tourism destination around the world. Thank you for sharing here

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