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The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival awards

The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival is pleased to announce the selection of film finalists for its 2007 competition. Over twenty Judges representing the Festival’s Board of Directors chose from 400 films entered into some 700 categories, an approximate 25% increase in submissions. Final judging will take place immediately prior to the Festival and will be announced at the Awards Ceremony and Gala Dinner Thursday, October 4th. All films entered into competition are eligible for the (Best of Festival) Grand Teton Award sponsored by Panasonic Broadcast.

Best Animal Behavior Program
Buddha, Bees, and the Giant Hornet Queen
BBC-Natural History Unit, Animal Planet, BBC Worldwide

Nature: In the Valley of the Wolves
Thirteen/WNET, National Geographic Television

The Queen of Trees
Deeble & Stone Productions, NHK, Thirteen/WNET, Granada International, BBC, ZDF

Best Children's Program
Sponsored by Lunchbox Lessons
A Year on Earth
Bahati Productions, Discovery Kids, Animal Planet

Extreme Animals: Sports Stars
BBC-Natural History Unit

Loose at the Zoo: Golden Lion Tamarins
Smithsonian Networks

Best Earth Sciences Program
Sponsored by Marco Polo Films
Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Faces of Earth: Building the Planet
The Science Channel, American Geological Institute

Galapagos: Born of Fire
BBC-Natural History Unit, National Geographic, BBC Worldwide

Best Environmental Program
Climate Chaos Season, Episode 2: Can We Save Planet Earth?
BBC-Natural History Unit / Science, Discovery Channel and Open University

Crime Scene Wild, Episode 4: Sharks
Cicada Films, Animal Planet International

The Curse of Copper
True Nature Films

Best Limited Series
Climate Chaos Season
BBC-Natural History Unit / Science, Discovery Channel and Open University

Nature Tech
MR-Film Production for ORF, Austrian Broadcasting Corporation

Planet Earth
BBC-Natural History Unit, JVP, NHK, Discovery, BBC Worldwide
Marion Zunz Newcomer Award
Fish and Cow
Rick Smith

Lindsey Davidson/Melissa Salpietra
Wolverines: Hyenas of the North
Oliver Goetzl
Studio Hamburg Pruduktion GmbH/NDR Naturfilm, Parthenon Entertainment
Best Nonbroadcast Program
Discover Hetch Hetchy
Backcountry Pictures, Environmental Defense

How to Save the World
Cloud South Films

Ribbon of Sand
Harpers Ferry Center

Best People & Animals Program
Sponsored by National Geographic
Jaglavak, Prince of Insects
ZED, Equator TV, France 3

Red Velvet
Compass Films

Saving Luna
Mountainside Films

Best Presenter-led Program
Bird Quest with Vern and Bob
Shribes Productions

Life in the Undergrowth: Invasion of the Land
BBC-Natural History Unit, Animal Planet, BBC Worldwide

True Adventures of the Ultimate Spider Hunter
Granada Wild, Thirteen/WNET

Best Short Program
Catherine Chalmers

Saving Grace: Episodes 2, 3, 4
Halcyon Media, Animal Planet International

Showdown at Elk Town
BBC-Natural History Unit, Animal Planet, BBC Worldwide

Best Theatrical Program
Sponsored by Sony Electronics
The Alps
MacGillivray Freeman Films

Deep Sea
Howard Hall Productions

Ocean Voyagers
Feodor Pitcairn Productions, Off the Fence

Best Use of New Media
Sponsored by Footage Bank HD
Science Video Podcast and Website
The Wild Classroom

Science Bulletins: Our Oceans, Ourselves
Podcast and Website
American Museum of Natural History

TERRA: The Nature of our World
Video Podcast and Website
Montana State University

Best CGI/Animation
In the Womb: Animals
Pioneer Productions, Fox TV Studios, National Geographic

Prehistoric Park, Episode 1: T-Rex
Impossible Pictures, ITV, ProSieben, M6, Animal Planet

Secrets of the Deep
BBC, Discovery Channel

Best Cinematography
Sponsored by Film and Video Equipment Service Company
Galapagos: Born of Fire
Cinematography: Paul Stewart, Barrie Britton, Richard Wollocombe; Additional Photography: Richard Burton, Peter Scoones
BBC-Natural History Unit, National Geographic, BBC Worldwide

The Meadow
Cinematography: Jan Haft, Robert Morgenstern, Markus Rüth, Kay Ziesenhenne
Studio Hamburg Produktion GmbH/NDR Naturfilm, Parthenon Entertainment, ORF Universum, Arte

Planet Earth: From Pole to Pole
Cinematography: Doug Allan, Barrie Britton, Richard Burton, Simon Carroll, Rod Clarke, Martyn Colbeck, Wade Fairley, Ted Giffords, Mike Holding, Michael Kelem, Simon King, Toshihiro Muta, Tim Shepherd, Andrew Shillabeer, Peter Scoones, Warwick Sloss, Paul Stewart, Gavin Thurston
BBC-Natural History Unit, The Discovery Channel, JVP, NHK, BBC-Worldwide

Best Editing
Nature: Chimpanzees - An Unnatural History
Editors: Cob Carlson, Allison Argo
Argo Films and Thirteen/WNET, National Geographic Channels International, Granada International

The Nature of Mothers
Editor: Florent Mangeot
Saint Thomas Productions

Paranormal Pigeons
Editor: Matt Meech
Icon Films, Animal Planet, Channel Five

Best Interactive Presentation
Discover Hetch Hetchy
Seafood Watch Training Program
Water's Journey

Best Original Music Score
Equator: Challenge of Change
Composer: Trevor Coleman

Meerkat Manor: Cold Comfort
Composer: Brollyman Productions
Oxford Scientific Films, Animal Planet International

Nature: Christmas in Yellowstone
Composer: Lenny Williams

Best Writing
Writer: Richard Smith
Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Eye of the Leopard
Writer: Dereck Joubert
Wildlife Films Botswana, National Geographic Channel

The Queen of Trees
Writers: Mark Deeble & Victoria Stone
Deeble & Stone Productions, NHK, NATURE - Thirteen/WNET, Granada International, BBC, ZDF

Best Achievement in Sound
Sponsored by Dolby Laboratories
NATURE: Raptor Force
Sound: Wayne Bell, Barry Heywood, Keith Highley, Robert Neely
Thirteen/WNET, National Geographic Television

The Queen of Trees
Sound: Lucy Bateman, Etienne Oliff
Deeble & Stone Productions, NHK, Thirteen/WNET, Granada International, BBC, ZDF

NATURE: In the Valley of the Wolves
Sound: Bob Landis
Thirteen/WNET, National Geographic Television

Biannually for the last sixteen years, broadcasters, filmmakers, and other industry professionals have joined leading scientists, journalists, and conservationists in Grand Teton National Park for the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. For one remarkable week, this eclectic collection of talented artists gathers from around the world to hone their skills, explore emerging media technologies and market opportunities, network and exchange ideas, and honor notable achievements within the industry. Recognized as premier in its genre, the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival is an unparalleled industry gathering. Over 650 international delegates participate in an exceptional slate of leading-edge equipment presentations, seminars and state-of-the-art screenings. JHWFF film competition honors the finest examples of natural history filmmaking.


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