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From the early days of clockwork cameras to the latest in HD technologies, WildFilmHistory is a fascinating freely accessible online guide to the pioneering people, landmark productions and technical innovation behind one hundred years of wildlife filmmaking.

Hans HassUsers can explore the history and heritage of wildlife filmmaking and discover ground-breaking films, 'behind the scenes' photographs, essential production information, and specially crafted learning resources, as well as a unique collection of oral histories from key industry players.

WildFilmHistory is an ongoing project, and Wildscreen will significantly add to its content, cataloguing further historically important films and continuing our collection of oral history interviews. With courses studying filmmaking becoming increasingly popular, WildFilmHistory is a topical and relevant tool for study and research. Visit the website at www.wildfilmhistory.org.

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