In the Media

In the Media

Misty scenes in new psychological drama

Into the Wild Films is proud to be involved with Jungle Entertainment in the upcoming production of Wakefield. Archival footage of misty scenes around the Three Sisters, Jamison and Grose Valleys have been licensed for inclusion in the series. The psychological mystery drama series will be aired on the ABC in April this year.

Filming the World's Most Beautiful Landscapes

Into the Wild Films was recently engaged by Emporium Productions (UK) to provide footage for the forthcoming television program “World’s Most Beautiful Landscapes – Queensland”. Airing later this year on Channel 4 in the UK, program producers requested archival footage of Carnarvon Gorge, the Daintree and new footage shot around Queensland’s Gold Coast. Channel 4 in the UK reaches an audience of over 50 million viewers a quarter.

Kakadu in Crisis

Footage from our recent Kakadu film is being used by the ABC Four Corners program in a story about the bitter feud between the traditional owners and the authority that runs the park.

The Father of Reconciliation

Into the Wild Films footage from Katherine Gorge appeared in SBS / NITV's 'Living Black' program as part of a story about Pat Dobson the 'Father of Reconciliation'.

Winner of the BOFA 'Essence of Tasmania' Film Festival

Our short film 'Tasmania Look Closer' wins joint best film and the People's Choice Award in the BOFA Essence of Tasmania Film Festival.

Incredible shots of marine life near Elizabeth Reef

The Daily Mail UK uses footage from our Lord Howe Island film to showcase the rare marine life near Elizabeth Reef.

Minyon Falls captured in all its flooded glory

The Northern Star runs an article on our Minyon Falls YouTube video.

Videographer showcases Gold Coast's 'Lost World'

MyGC News runs an article on our video 'Lost World'.

Drop everything and watch this video of our planet

A film we created using NASA International Space Station footage was picked up by a number of media outlets around the world.