by chance I found your video on youtube and now your homepage. Very interess!!! Me and my wife are very interessted in wolves too and wonna ask/offer you, our dogs for film/movie if you mayd need? If yes, contact us, thanks!
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: firstname.lastname@example.orgDear Zoltan
I wanted to enquire about filming with Wolves for the forthcoming series of Merlin.
Our opening sequence features wolves and we would be looking to get the following shots on snow:
1. Top shot of wolf guarding unconscious person
2. Top shot of wolf looking submissive
3. Running shots - left to right
4. leap up towards camera
5. howl up to camera
6. running right to left - this will then be a composite shot of wolves pulling our actress on a sleid.
7. Growls/snarls etc.
It would be great if you could let me know if this would be possible, how long do you think we would need to achieve these shots, could you recommend a local camera operator, very importantly when we would need to shoot to guarantee that we can get the shots in snow and of course an idea of costs.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Saraxav990Hi the team ! Sorry for the long time... The title in French is "Quand les loups font leur cinéma". Bye.
The Alps (natural history) – wolves on the frozen lake
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Description: We worked on this award-winning three chapter natural history movie in 2000 and 2001 high in the Austrian Alps. The pack of wolves in the movie was not even one year old at the time of the shooting and they have lost their alpha male due to an unfortunate accident. The shooting toke place in sometimes extreme circumstances: it was well under -25 degree Celsius and a wind of app. 120 km/h. One of our trainers, Adam shot his famous picture entitled “Wolves in the snowstorm” there. The picture won the incredible 2nd place at the Photo of the year 2002 competition organized by the Hungarian Association of Journalists.
In this clip of the “making of” you can see how hard it is to finalize a scene… Oh, and it was extremely cold.
(Die Alpen - Im reich des Steinadlers - Diredtor/producer: Klaus Feichtenberger - Universum/ORF, 2001)
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