David Mitcham

David Mitcham’s scores for natural history films have won numerous awards at international wildlife film festivals. These include an EMMY in 2016 for The Last Orangutan Eden, a Golden Panda at Wildscreen for The Elephant, the Emperor and the Butterfly Tree (2004), and in America, Best Music at both the American Wildlife Film Awards Jackson Hole (Danger in Tiger Paradise, 2003) and the Missoula International Wildlife Film Festival (South Pacific, 2010). He was nominated for an Ivor Novello Award for Danger in Tiger Paradise in 2002 and an Emmy in 2006 for Mississippi Tales of the Last River Rat.

Recent commissions include the PBS series Sex, Lies and Butterflies (Red Bull Media 2017), Nongfu Water Campaign (Silverback Films 2018) The Canary Islands: World Of The Fire Islands (ScienceVision Filmproducktions 2016),  Earth’s Greatest Spectacles (BBC, 2016) and Churchill: When Britain Said No (Oxford Film and Television for BBC2, 2015).

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