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Behind the Shot: What’s really involved in filming an Attenborough nature d...

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Join Crow’s Nest Media founders Fraser Johnston and Andy Terhell at BeakerStreet@TMAG, a pop-up science bar at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery 18-20 August, as they share tales from their incredible experiences filming scientific videos. Watch as they bring you along on their adventures underwater and into Australia’s deepest caves, and hear how one of them featured in a David Attenborough documentary in his underpants. Social media, live streaming, high-tech cameras, and worldwide internet access have enabled the capturing and sharing of hard-to-reach places and rare footage as never before. Fraser and Andy will talk about the importance of media to science, and how anyone can make a difference by contributing to science communication.

About the Speakers:
Crow’s nest is a digital media studio based in Hobart, Tasmania, providint end-to-end production services for all kinds of digital media. In 2013 Fraser and Andy founded Crow’s Nest Media to provide production and communications support for institutes and organisations involved in science, research, education and related industries. Since then Crow’s Nest has continued to grow, and has been very lucky to work with some fantastic organisations on a multitude of projects for Web, TV and Print.

About BeakerStreet@TMAG:
BeakerStreet@TMAG is a pop-up science bar at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, 18-20 August - admission is free. Join us during the second weekend of National Science Week for three packed nights of intriguing short talks and hands-on workshops, live music, beer brewing Q&A, the 360 Cinema Dome, SCINEMA short films, a photography exhibition, storytelling, have a beer with a scientist, delicious local food and Tassie tipples, heaters and hot drinks in the courtyard, and more! Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of this talk to get a drink and find a seat - talks will start promptly at the advertised start time.

BeakerStreet@TMAG is free and open to the public but designed for an adult audience. Under-18s must be accompanied by an adult. Registration for talks is not required and does not guarantee a seat, but will be a great help to us (we're scientists and we like numbers). Registration for workshops is essential. For program details and more information, visit www.beakerstreet.com.au or get updates by clicking "Going" or "Interested" on our facebook event.

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