The Natural History Film Unit

Elephant, NHFU, William Steel

The Natural History film Unit is a Botswana registered, citizen owned independent production company founded in 2010 by Brad Bestelink and Andy Crawford. Born of Botswana, where wild animals are national assets and are to be protected and respected by all, the NHFU strives to make films that encourage people to appreciate and value wildlife. The NHFU has worked with all the major international broadcasters and is recognized for it’s unique approach towards wildlife programming. The NHFU has won a number of international awards, ranging from Best Documentary Feature and Best Natural History Film, to awards for Best Story, Animal Behaviour and Cinematography.

The NHFU has several permanent camera crews, all armed with the state of the art RED 8K cameras, to capture the very best of our natural world. NHFU also uses a variety of specialist film equipment, including Phantom 4K FLEX, SHOTOVER F1 & G1 gimbal, Intuitive Aerial Newton gimbal, DJI Drones, night cameras, underwater housings and a submersible remotely operated vehicle.

Crocodile, NHFU