‘It doesn’t matter what an animal does, or where it does it, it will be deemed fair game for the documentary,’ he added.Super!
That’s all those ‘Chavs Gone Wild In Marbella!’ and ‘Police! Camera! Scumbag!’ late night shows gone for a burton then.
About time, too. Enough of this rutting, public defecation and territorial fighting. It might be ‘natural’, but do we really need to see it?
Oh, hang on. I think this loon is talking about real animals…
‘The question constantly posed by wildlife documentaries is how animals should be filmed – they never ask whether animals should be filmed at all,’ Dr Mills said.I think it’s going to seem odd no matter how many times you advance the concept, Doc…
‘It might at first seem odd to claim that animals might have a right to privacy.’
Piers Warren, founder of Filmmakers for Conservation, said: ‘How can you say whether an animal wants to filmed? No animal will understand the concept.’I’m not entirely sure a lot of the people in this country fully understand the concept….