Wildlife Film

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          • Jeroen Verhoeff is an independent Wildlife film maker from the Netherlands,
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          • Wildlife Showreel Jeroen Verhoeff 2016
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          • I usually operate as a one man team, because I know where to find, find and film (4K and HD) the subjects myself, worldwide. I can also direct, edit and make the story. This reduces costs significantly, because it makes separate directors, assistants, researchers, guides etc. unnecessary in many cases. If necessary, a network of experienced colleagues is at hand though.
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            Imagining wild nature as pure as possible is my goal. So I do not use artificial light (except at night!) and I focus my lenses only on really wild, and not manipulated animals. This ‘old-fashioned’ way of filming is difficult and especially time-consuming, but just like in my art making, I tend to set the bar quite high. This has led to comissions for the BBC, National Geographic, NHK in Japan, the highly succesfull film ‘the New Wilderness’, Ruben Smit’s coming new Waddensea film and some other successful Dutch documentaries.
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          • .Morocco documentary Jeroen Verhoeff
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          • In 2014 he worked on ‘Barbary Macaques: Childcaring is the man’s job’, a 59 minute film about the only African macaque species, in the Atlas mountains of Morocco, for NHK Japan, as cameraman, wildlife scout, producer and advisor.
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        • In 2013 ‘The New Wilderness’ opened in Dutch cinemas. It has won the highest two awards for best film of the year by the Dutch public. Jeroen worked on this film about this surprisingly rich, but controversial Dutch wetland ‘the Oostvaardersplassen’, as an underwater filmer, hide constructor, wildlife scout and advisor.  See the trailer here.
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        • Most under water fish shots for the television documentary V.I.S.S.E.N., were fimed by Jeroen.
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        • Click here for the V.I.S.S.E.N. website
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        • .For ‘Wild Wonders of Europe‘ Jeroen worked on a short National Geographic film about two Serbian National Parks along the Danube.
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