Man Among Cheetahs – Bob Poole (The VH Interview)

Posted by - March 11, 2018
Veteran wildlife cinematographer Bob Poole has been working for National Geographic his whole life. In his latest film, Man Among Cheetahs, he follows the harrowing tale of Naborr, a mother cheetah struggling to keep her cubs alive in the perilous Serengeti. We were lucky to talk with Bob about the film, as well as his adventures

Before the Flood – Fisher Stevens (The VH Interview)

Posted by - October 25, 2016
Chicago-born actor Fisher Stevens has had a long and varied career in show business. Having starred in films ranging from Short Circuit to Hail Caesar!, Stevens has more recently turned his hand to environmental documentary making, having garnered himself an Oscar win for his work on Louis Psihoyos’ The Cove. In his eye-opening new film,

Plane Crash Marijuana – Jim PapRocki (The VH Interview)

Posted by - June 4, 2016
In the latest series of National Geographic's Banged Up Abroad, we hear the tale of 19 year old American Jim PapRocki, a college graduate who is convinced by his brother-in-law to join him on a drug run to Southern Mexico. When things take an unexpected turn, however, Jim soon finds himself in Mazatlan State Prison, ‘one of the oldest,

Big Cat Week – Reinhard Radke (The VH Interview)

Posted by - January 29, 2016
German filmmaker Reinhard Radke has spent the last few years documenting the wilds of Africa. As part of Nat Geo WILD's Big Cat Week, his new two part film Pride introduces us to the lions of the Masai Mara through state of the art thermal photography. We were lucky enough to chat with Reinhard about his adventures