Singapore Eco Film Festival | Filmmaking Workshop
The Singapore Eco Film Festival (#SGEFF) is a celebration bringing together all the environmental organisations in Singapore, to ignite a public passion for protecting our environment in Singapore & Beyond!
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Filmmaking Workshop

Filmmaking Workshop

As part of the Singapore Eco Film Festival, come learn the power to inspire and change behaviour through creating powerful wildlife TV shows with Natural History Lead at Beach House Pictures; Chiara Anna Bellati.

Date

Fri Nov 4, 2016
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Panelist

Chiara Anna Bellati (Producer)

Category
Workshops

FILMMAKING WORKSHOP with Chiara Anna Bellati
“The Truth Behind Wildlife TV shows”
As part of the Singapore Eco Film Festival, come learn the power to inspire and change behaviour through creating powerful wildlife TV shows with Natural History Lead at Beach House Pictures; Chiara Anna Bellati.

About Chiara:
With a 20 year track record of making acclaimed shows for leading networks, including the BBC, Discovery, and National Geographic, Chiara’s programmes have ranged from Emmy-award winning blue-chip wildlife shows to heart-wrenching social documentaries, including producing and directing on international series like BBC South Pacific; the Bafta award-winning Coast; and the acclaimed Life Alter: Chernobyl, one of Animal Planet’s top rating shows.

She has now guided crews right across the globe, from diving with endless schools of sharks to leading a team to the heart of Chernobyl. During her career, Chiara has worked with some of the world-leading Wildlife producers, including NHNZ, Atlantic, Silverback and the BBC’s Natural History Unit.

As the, Chiara has most recently series produced the final episode of the acclaimed, David Attenborough-narrated Series, Wild City Islands; and oversaw the delivery of Nat Geo Wild’s very first 4K show, Otter Town.