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Our distributors - Pemberley Books PDF Print E-mail

Ian Johnson at Pemberely Books took over as our main distributor in 2008, and all our films can be found in his catalogue and at his excellent website

18 Bathurst Walk, Iver, Buckinghamshire, SL0 9AZ, U.K
Tel: +44 (0)1753 631114 / Fax: +44 (0)1753 631115

Last Updated on Friday, 08 November 2013 11:09
A scientific award for “The Butterflies of Kenya” PDF Print E-mail

“The Butterflies of Kenya” - the eighth film in John Banks’ series on the World’s Butterflies - went on sale in 2004, in VHS and DVD format .

In March 2005, the film became the third in our series to win an Award at the International Wildlife Film Festival in Missoula, Montana.

“The Butterflies of Kenya” won an Honourable Mention for its Scientific Content at the 28th Festival.
Last Updated on Monday, 23 November 2009 13:13
Looking ahead PDF Print E-mail

We are trying to issue all our films in DVD as soon as we can. It takes time to compile material to complement the films themselves so that each one gives not only good value for money but as complete a picture of the butterflies of the area as we can manage - by including most of the clips "From the Library" ie from the material we shot on location at the time in each country.

Projects for the future include a film on colour in butterflies, which will bring together some of our most eye-catching clips, as well as drawing on film from places not so far seen in the series such as Cuba, Arizona, Australia and Venezuela.

We have now transferred all our material into digital form. As soon as we can, we will have it all systematically indexed, so as to make it more accessible to ourselves, - and others – as a resource for the future.

Who knows when a disaster more total than the 2005 tsunami will make these detailed live records of the world’s butterflies of the late 20th century, and early 21st, a precious and unique resource?

Last Updated on Monday, 23 November 2009 13:24
Climate change and the world's butterflies... PDF Print E-mail

Climate change is creeping slowly onwards year by year

Governments came together in Panama in October 2011 for their last meeting before the climate summit in Durban, South Africa in December.

Critical issues need to be addressed if the negotiations are to be successful.

  • Latest figures by the United Nations show the world is heading towards up to 5 degrees warming - with devastating impacts for people and the planet.
  • The poorest people in the world are already being hit by climate change.
  • Rich developed countries are providing little or nothing to help those being affected.
Last Updated on Saturday, 04 May 2013 07:33
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