The documentary is narrated by none other than River Monsters' Jeremy Wade...
A wildlife cameraman from Nottingham is screening a documentary of his work at Lakeside Arts later this month.
Jack Perks made Britain’s Hidden Fishes to dive into, you guessed it, the hidden fishes of Britain, and will present the film in Djanogly Theatre on Thursday 19 October at 6pm.
The event is free of charge, and is followed by a Q&A with Jack straight after the showing.
The 85-minute doc is narrated by biologist and television presenter Jeremy Wade, whose animated turns in River Monsters have made him something of an internet icon, and was shot over two years.
It promises to “bring stories, behaviours and previously unseen footage of British fish to light”.
Britain’s Hidden Fishes is presented in partnership with University of Nottingham’s School of Life Sciences, making this a proper local affair.
Book on now to avoid missing out - as, again, it’s completely free of charge, so spaces are expected to go quicker than a sailfish down a flowing river (and yes, we did just google ‘fastest river fish’ for this metaphor).
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