Winners of the 2019 Jackson Wild Media Awards Announced

Winners of the 2019 Jackson Wild Media Awards Announced

27th September 2019

Natural History Network members pick up 15 awards at the gala celebration hosted last night in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

The 8-part, Netflix docu-series, Our Planet, created by Silverback Films in partnership with WWF-UK, walked away with four awards, adding to their two Emmy awards received early this month.  The Bristol-based production company won, Ecosystem (long-form), Changing Planet (long-form and short-form) and Limited Series – Short.

BBC Studios Natural History Unit followed closely behind, picking up three awards - Animal Behaviour (long-form) for Dynasties: Painted Wolves, Limited Series (long-form) for Blue Planet II and Visualization for Blue Planet II: The Deep.

Passion Planet’s, The Serengeti Rules, which follows the story of a pioneering group of scientists, was awarded for both Impact and Science in Nature (long-form).  

Terra Mater Factual Studios won Theatrical for Sea of Shadows and Writing for Sex, Lies and Butterflies.

Crossing the Line was awarded best Audioscape for Cuba’s Wild Revolution.

Bristol’s The University of the West of England (UWE), saw three of its MA Wildlife Filmmaking alumni recognised for their student films, reflecting the quality of the courses output. Nardine Groch’s film The Great Pretender was awarded best Animal Behaviour (short-form), Lindsey Parietti’s Blood Island picked up Impact (short-form) and the Student and Emerging award went to Annie Moir’s A Voice Above Nature.

The winning films were selected from over 1,000 entries competing for more than 30 awards.

The awards mark the end of the Jackson Wild summit which saw over 850 filmmakers, conservationists and scientists gathered in the Grand Teton National Park for a week of panels, screenings and networking.

For the full list of nominees and winners see: https://www.jacksonwild.org/2019-winners.html 

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