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LICENCE TO KRILL wins science prize at Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival
2nd October 2015
Licence to Krill has won the award for Best Science and Nature Programme at this year’s Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. The film produced for ARTE and PBS NOVA follows an international group of scientists as they search for krill during the Antarctic winter and attempt to understand how climate change may affect the future of the Southern Ocean's keystone species.
The film was one of two climate change films produced by DOX Productions shortlisted for the award. The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival is the world’s premiere film festival for nature and conservation documentaries.
THE FEAR OF 13 wins at CPH:DOX festival
13th Nov 2015
The Fear of 13 has won this year’s Politiken Audience Award at the Copenhagen International Film Festival in Denmark. The film was one of ten films in the category and was chosen by cinemagoers to receive the prestigious award.
With over 200 films shown over a period of ten days the CPH:DOX festival is the world’s third largest film festival. Screenings of the film in Copenhagen marked the film’s international debut in the lead up to the film’s forthcoming UK release and US premiere.
THIN ICE and LICENCE TO KRILL are finalists at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival.
7th Aug 2015
At this year's prestigious Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival two out of the three finalists for the ‘Best Science and Nature Program’ award are from DOX.
Approximately 150 judges spent 3200 hours reviewing over 930 entries to choose finalists for the event which takes place in September 2015. Find out more about the film festival here.
LICENCE TO KRILL chosen for Bergen International Film Festival.
27th Jul 2015
LICENCE TO KRILL will feature at this year's Bergen International Film Festival in Norway. The film directed by David Sington highlights the plight of Krill, an Antarctic keystone species facing a crisis as anthropogenic climate change threatens to destroy their habitat and way of life.
The film is nominated for the festival's "Golden Owl" competition, a catagory which seeks to celebrate documentary films as conveyors of science.
INSIDE THE MILKY WAY to be shown at UNESCO Biosphere Rhön, Germany.
1st June 2015
2015 is UNESCO's Year of Light, which in the case of the Rhon Biosphere in Germany refers to starlight. The Biosphere which was declared an IDA Dark Sky Reserve in 2014 seeks to protect natural nightscapes, the night sky and all the animals living in the area from unwanted light pollution.
To compliment the organisation's educational output the Rhon Biosphere has chosen to screen INSIDE THE MILKY WAY to its visitors. If you’d like to learn more about the International Dark Sky Association and what makes a dark sky reserve check out their website here.
LICENCE TO KRILL to premiere at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2015.
31st May 2015
DOX Production's latest feature length documentary has been shortlisted for the the Sheffield Doc/Fest Environmental award. The award is given to the film which best addresses or raises awareness of environmental challenges faced by the world.
As well as being nominated for the award the film made for ARTE and PBS Nova will have its world premiere at the UK festival.