Silverback Films nominate Lliara Mallalieu os their Rising Star of 2017!

We asked our NHN  corporate members to nominate the people who they felt deserved a pat on the back, or had made a particular contribution to their company this year. We are revealing these during our week at Jackson Hole Film Festival on NHN Buzz Track !

Silverback Films have nominated Ilaira Mallalieu, Principal Researcher The Hunt as their Rising Star because .....

Ilaira Mallalieu, Principal Researcher The Hunt

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Grierson Award 2016 Winner ; The Hunt

The Hunt won Best Natural History Documentary at The Grierson Awards 2016.

The Grierson Awards celebrate innovative and exciting new documentary films. The awards have grown in stature and recognition over the years and now are "more important (than ever). They have an impressive list engaging with a broad palette of styles and subjects from disabled people looking for love to asylums, so we are delighted that a natural history series is being recognised. Huw Cordey shares some stories from behind the scenes

If you’ve ever spent time watching lions – which are quite capable of sleeping for 22 hours in a single day – you might find it hard to believe that predator

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Living with Predators : Filmmaker Rob Sullivan takes on Conservation for 'The Hunt'

Rob Sullivan is a modest chap. He single handedly produced, directed and filmed  the final show of the BBC's  series 'The Hunt' and his efforts have not gone un-noticed.

 

 

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Meet the woman behind Attenborough's 'The Hunt' lens

The Telegraph features the rarest of creatures - a wildlife camerawoman !  NHN member Sophie Darlington  

The very opening scene of The Hunt, the BBC wildlife series, has all the hallmarks of an Attenborough classic: a dusty African plain, stirring music, the gre

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Interview with Steven Price. Composer of The Hunt

 Silverback's latest series was Oscar-winning composer Steven Price’s first factual commission. But did the natural world prove as inspiring as the space scenes for Gravity and the drama of Suicide Squad? Here he tells of the excitment and thrill of working on the series with the Silverback Films team.

Steven will be interviewed about his work at this years Wildscreen Awards in Bristol.

The opportunity to compose the music for a landmark BBC natural history series was a dream come true for me.

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The Hunt, episode 2, review: 'a natural history spectacular'

David Attenborough's latest landmark nature series doesn't just look amazing it manages to be poignant and thought-provoking too, says Ed Power in the Telegraph.

 It goes on to say that Episode two of The Hunt (BBC One) produced by Jonnie Hughes of Silverback Films  made television history by capturing on camera for the first time a polar bear sneaking under the ice trying to ambush its prey. 

But the ground-breaking sequence ( shot by Rolf Steinmann)   was perhaps more comic than the filmmakers had hoped for, with the unfor

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The Hunt is On ... Interview with Executive Producer Alastair Fothergill

In the past, if you sent a crew out to film a predation sequence, the first thing that the Executive Producer would ask the director is, ‘Did you get the kill?’

 

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The Hunt . Interview with Series Producer Huw Cordey

As the Silverback team get ready for TX on the 1st November, Series Producer Huw Cordey answers some key question!

Q. What sets The Hunt apart from other series that you’ve worked on?

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