Experience ‘Life Behind the Lens’, with wildlife filmmakers Patrick Morris and Huw Cordey – Just a Drop presents a lecture at the Royal Geographical Society

International water aid charity Just a Drop is delighted to be hosting ‘Life Behind the Lens’ at the Royal Geographical Society, Kensington, on 28th January 2016.

The event will bring together award-winning wildlife filmmakers Patrick Morris and Huw Cordey, to give their personal insights into the making of ambitious and ground-breaking TV series, such as Life, Galapagos, South Pacific, Planet Earth, and most recently The Hunt, highlighting the adventures and challenges they’ve experienced over the last 25 years.

The talk will also offer a rare opportunity to go ‘behind the scenes’ on the making of BBC Earth’s 3D theatrical film Enchanted Kingdom, a spell-binding and immersive journey through Africa, ‘transporting you from grey urbanity through seven distinct realms in the wildest continent on Earth.’

Proceeds of ticket sales will be donated to Just a Drop and there will also be a charity raffle on the night.

Just a Drop has delivered over 170 projects across 31 countries, supporting approximately 1.3 million people since its beginnings in 1998.  The aim of the charity is to address the shocking statistic that a child dies every 20 seconds from a water-related disease – which means more children under the age of five years old die from this than from malaria, measles and HIV/AIDS combined.

Tickets for the event are £15 and can be booked here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/life-behind-the-lens-with-wildlife-filmmakers-patrick-morris-and-huw-cordey-tickets-18825092358   

Life Behind the Lens: 28th January 2016, 7.30 – 9:15pm (doors open from 6.30pm) in the Ondaatje Theatre, The Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR.

For further information about ‘Life Behind the Lens’ contact Louise Geoghegan, louise.geohegan@justadrop.orgor 020 8910 7981.

To find out more about Just a Drop, please visit www.justadrop.org