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Our Human Planet

 
Image: Keith Partridge

'Human Planet’
is a new and ambitious landmark natural history series for BBC1. It celebrates the remarkable ingenuity and success of the human race and the myriad of ways in which we have managed to adapt to every habitat, including the most extreme and inhospitable places on earth. For the first time the BBC have turned the cameras on US. The team has trekked with HD cameras and state of the art gear to film from the air, from the ground and underwater in over 80 locations around the world to capture the amazing ways that human beings have learned to work with nature in order to survive. The result of four years work: a “cinematic experience” created by world-class natural history and documentary camera crews and programme makers. This co-production project between BBC, Discovery and French Television series is narrated by John Hurt and with a soundtrack by Nitin Sawhney. 


Image: Keith Partridge

Fife-based Keith Partridge is one of the cameramen that brought back the amazing sequences and images for 'Human Planet'. Keith is an award winning cameraman who has worked on numerous projects, including the International EMMY winning 'Beckoning Silence', ‘Top Gear’ and the BAFTA winning film ‘Touching The Void’. Specialising in extreme-location and climbing photography for broadcast and film, Keith has worked in some of the most remote, challenging and spectacular locations in the world.

Keith will be speaking at this year's Insight Out, which runs from Monday 14th to Friday 18th March. Insight Out is organised by and takes place at HFF Film & Television University “Konrad Wolf” Potsdam-Babelsberg in Berlin. HFF is one of Europe’s leading art academies focusing on film & television production. Keith's focus will be 'Creative Workflow' on the Tuesday with colleague Nick Brown, who was one of the Human Planet directors.

Click here for more information on 'Human Planet', and click here to watch on BBC iPlayer.

Click here for more information on Keith Partridge, and click here for more information on Insight Out.


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