Jungle Gremlins of Java
Filmed in Indonesia, the programme tracks the toxic slow loris and goes undercover to reveal the illegal worldwide trade in loris for pets. Sounds, such as karinding, chanting, a variety of hand percussion, and rice pounding, all recorded on location, were edited and processed, and incorporated into the score. The score also includes performances by guitarist/ bassist and ex-Massive Attack producer, Dan Brown.
One-hour wildlife documentary for BBC Natural World and Animal Planet. Series produced by Steve Greenwood, directed by Steve Gooder, and presented by Dr. Anna Nekaris. The narrator is Paul McGann. First broadcast: BBC 2, 8 pm, Wednesday 25 January 2012.
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Jungle Gremlins of Java won Best Natural History Programme
Royal Television Society West of England 2013 Awards
"Your stuff is all so GOOD!"
Steve Gooder, Director.
"Thank you so much! The film is sounding stunning. We are all very proud!"
Anna Gol, Production Manager.
The score was licensed by Washington Ballet for a new production devised by young international
choreographer, Andile Ndlovu, with performances in Washington DC.