Sophie Darlington: Cinematography | Speakers for Schools

A Career in Cinematography With Sophie Darlington, Wildlife Cinematographer

The Reality Of Film Making And Cinematography

Monday 13th March

KS3-5 / S1-6

Dive deep into the captivating world of wildlife cinematography with Sophie Darlington, a celebrated filmmaker whose lens has captured nature’s most profound moments. With a career spanning decades, Sophie has ventured to the world’s most remote locations, from the icy realms of 78 degrees North to the vast landscapes of Africa, bringing to life the untold stories of our planet.

Starting her journey in 1991, Sophie’s passion for natural history and her unparalleled skill in cinematography have earned her prestigious accolades, including a BAFTA in 2016. Further testament to her contributions to the film industry, she was inducted as a BAFTA member in 2018.

For those with a passion for media production, photography, or cinematography, Sophie’s journey offers a treasure trove of insights. In this virtual broadcast, Sophie delves into her illustrious career, sharing invaluable tips and tricks for budding cinematographers. From understanding the nuances of wildlife behaviour to mastering the art of patience, Sophie’s guidance is a beacon for all aspiring filmmakers.

Join us as we explore the art and science of wildlife cinematography with Sophie Darlington, and embark on a journey of discovery, inspiration, and passion.