Off The Fence Productions
Off the Fence Productions is an award-winning producer of factual television and digital cinema content, which is broadcast worldwide. It is an independent production and distribution company producing outstanding non-fiction programming for the international market from our network of global offices.
Off The Fence has created almost 400 hours of television content for a wide range of international broadcasters including History Channel, MTV, BBC, Channel 4, MSNBC, PBS, National Geographic Channel, Discovery and The Weather Channel.
Their films aim to give a fresh perspective and high production values across a range of genres that include: science, history, adventure, human stories, and natural history.
The creative team have been recognised by more than 80 awards, including Royal Television Society, Emmy, Golden Panda and Grand Teton.
Off the Fence Productions ranked number 5 in the Top 30 True Indies in the 2014 Broadcast Indie Survey, and took the number 1 position in the top producers of ‘Popular Factual’, as well as at 14 in the True Indies of Televisual’s 2013 Production 100 Survey.
Rewilding Europe signed a co-development agreement in 2016 for the production of a 6-part TV series and feature length documentary on the rewilding of Europe. In September 2017, this was followed-up by the signing of a co-production agreement to allow for starting producing the TV series, which will be released at the end of 2019.
Artists for Nature Foundation
Artists for Nature Foundation (ANF), established in 1990, is a unique, non-profit organisation that uses the creative output of artists producing paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures, inspired and mostly created on location by renowned and talented artists from all over the world as a medium to draw attention to the need for nature to be appreciated as an essential element of sustainable development. ANF is proud of its 14 successful projects on 4 continents involving over 130 artists that it has planned, facilitated, raised funds for, project managed and completed with great success – and to great acclaim. ANF acts as a catalyst for nature conservation and is not itself a formal nature conservation organisation.
ANF typically draws the attention of policy- and decision-makers to the natural world by enabling groups of influential and talented artists to capture the spirit of endangered landscapes and species in their natural habitat. Professionally mounted exhibitions of their artworks, DVD’s and books that tell the story of each project and place have become collector’s items that show and tell the stories of the specific area. ANF always works together with local schools in the project areas. The artists take the pupils and their teachers out in the field and point out the special elements e.g. characteristic plants or trees, birds, livestock and wildlife. Side by side the pupils paint and draw with the artists in the open air and later back in the classroom they work together on mono prints or a mural.