3D wildlife filmmaking courses


The Black Leopard Film Campus announces the launch of the first 3D wildlife filmmaking courses in South Africa.

The Campus is based on the Thaba Tholo Wilderness Reserve, approximately 30kms outside of Lydenburg, Mpumalanga.

“3D wildlife films are as close to a real African experience as possible, yet until now there have been no 3D wildlife training courses available,’ says course director Will Fox. “We felt there was a niche for a new type of innovative training based in the African bush. Today’s wildlife filmmaker needs to be able to shoot compelling content and self-edit that content for broadcast. That is why we have created an intensive four-week course that aims to develop those skills.

“Furthermore through our association with WildEarth Media, our graduates are eligible for an internship that moves them straight from our course to working on 3D productions in one step.’

The Black Leopard Film Campus team has extensive experience in producing live and post produced wildlife shows with WildEarth TV. They have been at the forefront of developing innovative wildlife filmmaking techniques and producing high quality wildlife content for over a decade. Latterly this has included 3D systems as well as the LIVE wildlife TV broadcast from the African bush.

They have developed an innovative wildlife filmmaker course that is suitable for anyone who has a passion for African wildlife, whether looking to start a career in film and video production, or just have an interest in learning more about wildlife cinematography.

For more information email carol@blackleopardcampus.net or visit www.blackleopardcampus.net.


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