Wildlife filmmaking has undergone much change over the years with the focus more on “what sells” rather than on its informative value, said Naresh Bedi, who has been filming nature for over four decades.
“The kind of sex and violence you see in Hindi films has crept into wildlife filmmaking as well,” said Bedi, who was at the ongoing 8th Kirloskar Vasundhara International Film Festival.
On the changes in wildlife filmmaking, Bedi said emphasis is now on dramatising sequences so that they are more appealing.
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