Partridge Films

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Partridge Films (also known as Partridge Productions) is a TV/film production company based in Bristol, England. It specializes in wildlife programs and is a part of United Wildlife, a United News and Media Company.[1]

The company was founded by Michael Rosenberg in 1974; during his time there Partridge Films produced some high quality wildlife documentaries such as “Etosha – Place of Dry Water”, “Fragile Earth” and "Korup – An African Rainforest"; Rosenberg won two Emmy Awards and the company won a Queen’s Award for Export Achievement. In 1996 he sold his shares to UNMC.[2]

On May 7, 2002 Michael Rosenberg was interviewed by Michael Bright in association with Wildscreen and the Wild Film History [3] to provide an oral history of Partridge Films. The interview gave an in depth look of the foundation of Partridge Films to it becoming an archive and working with ARKive to share and educate the world about wildlife online.

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