BBC & Animal Planet team up for 'Return of the Giant Killers; Africa's Lion Kings'

Icon Films, in association with Natural History Film Unit Botswana have been commissioned by the BBC and Animal Planet US to produce a follow up to their award winning ‘Africa’s Giant Killers’ documentary ‘The Return of the Giant Killers; Africa’s Lion Kings’.

Published: 08-May-2015

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Animal Planet's #1 series returns Sunday April 5th

Jeremy Wade goes to new depths in the most daring River Monsters expeditions yet.

Published: 22-Mar-2015

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Icon Films' EP Stephen McQuillan To Lead Company's Development

Bristol-based factual producer Icon Films has expanded Exec Producer Stephen McQuillan's role to encompass Head of Development

Published: 13-Mar-2015

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Royal Television Society announces nominations for RTS West of England Awards

The RTS West of England today announce the shortlist of nominations for its annual awards, in association with Evolutions Bristol.

Published: 10-Feb-2015

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River Monsters and Go-Fish partner-up

River Monsters Fish On! is the essential tool for anglers and River Monsters fans of all ages, combining a simple, easy to use digital logbook, with exclusive River Monsters content and knowledge.

Published: 15-Dec-2014

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Icon Films has desks to let in their office on College Green

Beautiful newly refurbished office space available with stunning views across College Green

Published: 26-Nov-2014

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Icon Films bolsters training

Bristol based factual producer Icon Films has been awarded funding from Creative Skillset's Skills Investment Funds, which help companies invest in the development of skills and talent in the UK creative industries.

Published: 25-Nov-2014

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Icon Films produces new series Survive The Tribe for National Geographic Channel

Survive the Tribe tracks wilderness guide and survival instructor Hazen Audel as he journeys to some of the world's most inhospitable places, attempting survival skills that have kept tribal people alive against the odds for thousands of years.

Published: 14-Jul-2014

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Icon Films bolsters growth with new appointments

Bristol-based factual producer Icon Films appoints three new staff to bolster growth.

Published: 16-Jun-2014

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Africa's Greatest Killers

Africa's largest herd of elephants and a fearless pride of young lions come face to face in an epic fight for survival. Rarely do their worlds collide, until now. Drought has weakened the elephants and the lions are desperately hungry. The dawn of the giant killers has arrived.

Published: 08-Apr-2014

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Animal Planet's #1 Series, Produced by Icon Films, returns with an all South American Adventure

Extreme Angler Jeremy Wade Travels to the Amazon to Embark on His Longest and Most Dangerous Journey Yet in New Season of River Monsters

Published: 01-Apr-2014

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Sleepover at the Zoo

In the one of the most ambitious sleep experiments ever presenter Liz Bonnin and sleep expert Bryson Voirin spend a night at the zoo monitoring what animals get up to when they think no one's watching.

Published: 26-Feb-2014

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Face to face with Underwater Vampires in new series of River Monsters

Extreme angler adventurer Jeremy Wade returns with his most punishing missions yet, to track down and reveal the true identity of more monstrous fresh water fish, in the fifth series of the ITV hit River Monsters.

Published: 18-Dec-2013

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River Monsters Face to Face with Jeremy Wade

Presenter of global hit series River Monsters Jeremy Wade undertakes a live UK tour in 2014

Published: 18-Dec-2013

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Icon Films Proudly Present Their New Web Site

After three months in the planning, design and build Bristol-based Production Company Icon Films is excited to announce the launch of their new web site and reveal their refreshed logo.

Published: 10-Dec-2013

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Afrika Eye's first pitching prize goes to young Bristol film-maker

Self-taught film-maker Michael Jenkins has become the first winner of a new talent award from Bristol?s Afrika Eye festival of African film

Published: 13-Nov-2013

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