Prize Seeds of Science Special 2012 na Gala da Ciência
1st prize category Nature and Wildlife at Arrábida Film Festival
1st prize category Lusófonia-Panorama Regional at Cine'Eco
3st prize category Documentary at Festival de Curtas Metragens de Faro
Finalist at Madeira Film Festival
Transmitted by SIC, Portugal with 31% of share
Exhibition in the Summit RIO+20, United Nations Conference of Sustainable Development, Rio de Janeiro 2012, representing the portuguese biodiversity.
Final Project of my Masters´s Degree in Wildlife Documentary Production from the University of Salford.
Film marked with a distinction. Filmed in Portugal during May/June 2011. A voyage by the Mondego river´s wildlife from the mountains to the sea.
A river acclaimed by poets and songwriters, closely entwined in the History of Portugal. As its waters merge with the sea, a small stream, hidden in the high mountains of Serra da Estrela, continues to ensure the Mondego breathes life into its great variety of habitats and wildlife.
Footage and sound atmospheres from Peruvian Amazon Jungle recorded at Tambopata Research Center and Refugio Amazonas in July 2011.
Part of this footage has been used by ARTE TV in a documentary with the subject "How does the wind shape the face of the Earth" broadcasted in February in Germany and France.
Animal behavior: Scarlet macaw, Giant armadillo, White lipped peccary, Leaf-cutter-ants, Spider monkey, Squirrel monkey and Howler monkey.
A film by Christian Declercq where I participated as sound recordist.
In southeast Peru lies Tambopata National Reserve, a place which contains an incredible number of unique species, across a broad range of habitats. Among this diversity are three species of parrots called the Macaw, that stand out from the rest, thanks to their beauty and curious habits.
Short film made for the Production Skills module during the MA Wildlife Documentary Production 2011
Projecto final de mestrado em Wildlife Documentary Production da Universidade de Salford, Reino Unido.
Documentário classificado com uma distinção. Filmado em Portugal durante Maio/Junho de 2011. Uma viagem pelo rio Mondego e a sua vida selvagem, das montanhas até ao oceano Atlântico.
Um rio aclamado por poetas e compositores, intimamente ligado à história de Portugal. Enquanto as suas águas se fundem com o mar, uma pequena fonte, escondida no alto da Serra da Estrela, continua a assegurar que o Mondego dá vida à sua grande variedade de habitats e de vida selvagem.
Daniel Pinheiro WILDLIFE FILMS
I am an enthusiastic wildlife filmmaker.
I am available as a freelance camera operator and sound recordist. I graduated with Communication and Multimedia from the Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra, Portugal and completed a Master's degree in Wildlife Documentary Production from the University of Salford, UK. I have had master classes with professionals in the industry, many from the BBC Natural History Unit, who include…
I am an enthusiastic wildlife filmmaker.
I am available as a freelance camera operator and sound recordist. I graduated with Communication and Multimedia from the Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra, Portugal and completed a Master's degree in Wildlife Documentary Production from the University of Salford, UK. I have had master classes with professionals in the industry, many from the BBC Natural History Unit, who include Sir David Attenborough, Paul Reddish, Neil Lucas, Martin Elsbury and John Wood.
I did the Advanced Wildlife Sound Recording course with Chris Watson from Wildeye - International School of Wildlife Film-making, UK and have eight years experience as a sound operator and editor for radio and live orchestra recordings at Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon. I am also a member of the Wildlife Sound Recording Society UK.
In 2011 I produced the film "MONDEGO" about the wildlife of the Mondego river in Portugal as my final project for my Master's degree. The film gained a distinction. I also worked as sound recordist for the film "The Enigmatic Macaws of Tambopata" by Christian Declercq in the Peruvian Amazon.
Skills: camera, sound recording, Final Cut Pro, Pro Tools, animal behaviour, tracking wildlife, editing, field audio gathering equipment, stills photography and timelapse.
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Hello, please check this short landscape/wildlife film made for the BBC Natural History Unit about a ex-military site in Suffolk. Cheers