A note from WFIL Admin:There is only one broadcast and television entity in India that can take care of all your requirements – for filming, transfers, conversions, coverage, editing, broadcasting and the like. Wilderness Films India Ltd. has the widest range of formats, be it Betacam SP, Digital Betacam, HDV, DVCAM or even HDCAM, and we’re all industry professionals. We have 90 broadcast camera units in-house, 20 editing units, 50 full-time and 50 freelance staff, a capacity for up to a dozen professional field crews, available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, equipped with roaming cellphones or sat-phones. We also have vehicles, editing facilities and VTR’s of all formats (PAL and NTSC), tapestock, producers, directors, an in-house travel agent (for your air and ground transportation, even helicopter charters), satellite uplinking – the works. We have the largest international production coordination and locations network in south Asia, and can provide camera units, crews, ground support and coordination, as per your requirements. We’ve been in the business for nineteen years and are a reputed public limited company. Be it an international production that requires a partner or an entirely Indian show, we have the solution for you, with our production department producing several international documentaries each year. We’ve shot on Everest for an entire four month period, and in just about every corner of the Himalaya over the past two decades. Our unique stock library houses 3000 hours on Digi Beta and 750, 000 still images. We have more than eight hundred clients across India, and over five hundred around the world, including CNN, BBC, EBU, NHK, WGBH, Star TV, BSkyB, Granada, TV5, and a host of others. Please keep us in mind in the future. We look forward to working with you! With good wishes, Sincerely, John Robert Wilderness Films India Ltd. +91 11 26198255, 26198954, 26163766, 26100336
About Managing Director Rupin Dang:
Rupin Dang is a curious blend of filmmaker, writer, mountaineer, naturalist, photographer & entrepreneur. Listed in the Limca book of Records at one time as the youngest filmmaker in India, Rupin subsequently studied and taught at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire.
He founded Wilderness Films India in 1988 and has successfully established it as a leading broadcast and television services company in north India. In 2000, the company was turned into a public limited company, and while it retains a focus on broadcast and television services and very high-end broadcasting technologies, its greatest assets now lie in its wonderful team of personnel and our extensive archive of television and stills content, a library of South Asian stills and footage that is unparalleled in the world in the extent and breadth of its subject matter and the technical superiority of the imagery itself.