Diving with Crocodiles

In Africa's waterways, one predator reigns supreme - the Nile crocodile. One

of the biggest and most deadly reptiles on Earth, it commands a fearsome reputation and strikes terror into the hearts of those who share its domain. Cameraman and crocodile expert Brad Bestelink undertakes the unthinkable and dives deep into the waters of the Okavango Delta. Without a cage or any other protection, he gets up close and personal with these fearsome creatures in this groundbreaking film… Such a feat has never been recorded before. This extraordinary film provides all the high drama associated with modern-day exploration, coupled with the exhilaration of interacting with wild animals. Secrets of the Nile crocodile are revealed in this unique and compelling story that takes place in the pristine underwater environment of the Okavango delta.

Director: Graeme Duane

Graeme is an experienced director of photography and has over 20 international documentary and natural history titles to his credit. He has had an extremely close working relationship with National Geographic Television since 1997. Titles of his include episodes of National Geographic's "Dangerous Encounters", "Great Migrations", "Megafish - Amazon" to name but a few. In his current role as creative director he has written and produced a 26 part series for Earth-Touch entitled "Epic Earth" and just completed the newest addition to Earth-Touch's slate of programs, "Gannets - The Wrong Side of the Run".

His area of talent is not only limited to writing and producing. Graeme is also one of the most experienced underwater cameramen in the world and his fascination with the sea translates beautifully into the footage he produces.

2011
50 Min.
Englisch
7
Director: Graeme Duane
Author: Stefania Muller, Suzy Quasnichka
Camera: Brad Bestelink, Graeme Duane, Boris von Schoenebek
Editing: Arne Leisegang
Music: Dave Birch, Nux Schwartz
Speaker: Dave Birch
Editor: Graeme Duane