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The Screen Guide

A fascinating behind-the-scenes look at natural history filming for television; at the techniques, equipment, and above all the knowledge and patience required to bring spectacular wildlife to the screen. Introduced by David Attenborough, this is one of the most entertaining 'how-it's-done' films ever made. It takes you into two different worlds. On one side of the camera is the fascinating world of nature, and on the other are wildlife experts, Jim Frazier and Densey Clyne. You see this world-renowned film-making duo on their field trips and in their studio. You share their hopes and their headaches, their frustration and failure and some spectacular triumphs that make it all worthwhile in the end.

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Crew

Director
Densey Clyne  Jim Frazier
Writers
Densey Clyne
Producer
Jim Frazier

Cast

Jim Frazier - Densey Clyne

Production Details

Production Completion
1991
Genre
Natural history and environment
Production Company
none  Mantis Wildlife Films