At the end of 2020, Filmmakers for Future: Wildlife conducted a survey – The Big Discussion – to better understand the views of wildlife filmmakers on their role in communicating the climate and biodiversity crises – with 90% believing that Natural history programmes have a duty to report on the true current state of the natural world.
So what does this mean for our programmes going forward? Can we engage audiences with the enormity of the climate crisis without them turning off? Should there be space to just make beautiful stories about the natural world? Is it possible to make responsible, impactful, engaging creative content that manages to deliver everything?
Join our panel of experts to discuss the challenge ahead.