“Wild Yellowstone” Wins Awards at Wild Fest
Brain Farm spent two years of thorough preparation and dedicated shooting to create “Wild Yellowstone - Frozen Frontier.” The hard work and diligent filming paid off as the 49 minute film, amongst over 1,000 other entries, won two awards at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival - Best Editing and Best Cinematography.
The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, (JHWFF) the premier event of the nature and conservation genre, unveiled the winners at the Grand Teton Awards Gala on Thursday, October 1st, 2015. The awards celebration concludes the five-day industry conference that draws leading filmmakers, organizations, scientists, broadcasters, and visionaries engaged in conservation and wildlife media to Jackson Hole. Submissions in the prestigious competition included a record 1,000 category entries competing for 23 special awards. This year’s winners were selected by a distinguished panel of international judges.
(Above) Exclusive clip from “Wild Yellowstone: Frozen Frontier.”
Shooting and working in conditions as freezing as negative 40°F, our crew took it to the next level in our country’s oldest National Park. Covering the brutal winters and burning summers of Yellowstone, we captured game changing images of America’s most iconic wildlife to tell new stories in our own cinematic style. We’re honored that “Frozen Frontier” was well received at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival and are excited for the complete “Wild Yellowstone” series to air this winter on Nat Geo Wild!
See more award winners from the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival: http://www.jhfestival.org/2015-film-competition.html
“Wild Yellowstone” is now on iTunes.
For more Wild Yellowstone information and footage, go to the Nat Geo Wild Site. Also check out the Nat Geo TV App, which is compatible with Apple TV, Roku, and other platforms.