Jago nominated in five Wildscreen award categories

Jago A Life Underwater has been nominated in five Wildscreen Panda Award categories.  The biennial wildlife film festival takes place in Bristol during the week of October 11th to 15th 2016.
The independently produced film, which features my underwater cinematography, has already won the prestigious Grand Teton Award (best film in show) at the 2015 Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival in the USA.
The five award categories Jago has been nominated for are:
Cinematography (small crew)
People and Nature
The news has been covered by the Natural History Network in the article ‘Who’s Hot at NHN!’ and the official Wildscreen Festival 2016 nominations list is published here.
Congratulations to Bristol-based filmmaker James Reed for the nominations, a great achievement especially considering the film was a self-funded project.  Credit also to James Morgan for his co-directing and topside camerawork, Johnny Langenheim as producer and sound recordist, Benjamin Sadd for the aerial and additional camerawork, Sam Rogers for editing, William Goodchild for writing the score and Tim Owens and Ben Peace for the sound design.  Thanks to Blair Wallace whose colour grade enhanced our camerawork!
Fingers crossed for success at the awards ceremony on Thursday 13th October at Colston Hall!

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