Sudan: The Last of the White Rhino

Sudan: The Last of the White Rhino

Director: Rowan Deacon
Producer: Liz Kempton
Broadcaster: BBC 2
Production Company: BBC Natural History

Sudan may be the world’s loneliest creature. The 43-year-old northern white rhino is the last male of his kind, having escaped the extinction of his subspecies through having been snatched early in life by a zoo: he and the two remaining females now live under armed guard in Kenya. This brilliant documentary tells the story of Sudan, and of the last-ditch attempts to retrieve the northern white rhino from the brink.

Roundtable Services:
Ingest from Canon C300 MK2 and various archive sources to DNxHD 36, Avid offline, conform, Nucoda grade, Alchemist frame rate conversion, Avid Pro Toos mix, Voice Over record via Source Connect, Avid Online with Mocha and Boris tools, Interra Baton Auto QC including PSE, BBC AS-11 DPP Delivery, BBC WW and WNET Delivery

Grade: Jack Jones
Audio Mix: Dan Weinberg
Online Edit: Andres del Caño
Conform: Ben Coulson
Edit Support: Sergei Dimlić, Izzy Akiwumi


Posted on

May 12, 2017