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Natural History Network is a central resource for wildlife film professionals.
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With over 23 years experience as producers, we have a clear understanding of the industry and its needs. Natural History Network is a hub for the international wildlife film business. We now offer Individual, Corporate and Commercial Membership of NHN.
We would like to thank Huw Cordey for contributing many of the photographs that make up this site.
25th July 2017
The Natural History Museum will have something historic to unveil ! NHN Corporate Members' Talesmith, and Dream Reality Interactive have come together in association with Factory 42 in a new world-first interactive... Read more
24th July 2017
Plimsoll's 'Earth Live' is being seen as a huge success by it's commissioners. It is already Nat Geo’s highest ever rated special, and is their biggest hit ever on social media hit- it was trending no.2... Read more
21st July 2017
At our final networking morning of the summer seasonwe were treated to two excellent and informative presentations by NHN members . Lizzy Moriarty, who is a freelance Museum executive, spoke about Museum content commissioning... Read more
19th July 2017
PBS is heading out into the wilderness of Alaska this summer, but its viewers can catch all the action without trekking too far. “Wild Alaska Live” is a three-part multiplatform production that PBS will streamed live to viewers... Read more
19th July 2017
Described by its producers variously as “Springwatch on steroids” and “the Superbowl of natural history”, a major wildlife TV event came to National Geographic this month. Earth Live ramps up the whimsical... Read more
5th July 2017
Bristol-based Offspring Films is to make three new (3x60) natural history series for Sky 1 television. The bulk order follows the success with viewers and critics of Offspring’s recent AN AMAZING ANIMAL FAMILY programmes. The... Read more
23rd June 2017
DOGS: AN AMAZING ANIMAL FAMILY will air at 9pm every Thursday from 13-27 July as the third installment of a ratings-topping format by Bristol’s Offspring Films which has already explored the family trees of big cats and monkeys.... Read more
15th June 2017
London based composer Tom Smail has scored a new film about the life and work of Japanese artist Hokusai.’ The British Museum and NHK co-production was released in Cinemas on 4th June 2017 and will have a BBC4 broadcast ... Read more