Africa's Fishing Leopards
Africa's Fishing Leopards opened up the new series of BBC Natural World for 2014/15. The film follows a leopard mother and her two cubs. The family must survive in the wilds of Botswana alongside less than friendly neighbours: lions, wild dogs and hyenas. The competition for food is intense, and if they are going to make it, they must learn to fish.
Produced and Directed by Brad Bestelink and Steve Gooder, Edited by Rupert Troskie, and Filmed by Brad Bestelink and Richard Uren. Narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
The score, co-written by William Goodchild and Dan Brown features the vocals of Senegalese singer, Batch Gueye.
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Africa's Fishing Leopards has been nominated for Best Natural History Programme or Series,
Royal Television Society West of England 2016 Awards