Sea Dog TV International was established by four-time Emmy® Award nominee Leighton and Jodie De Barros.  The company has an international reputation for producing high quality, blue chip documentaries that are compelling and innovative.

Always pushing the boundaries of film-making, our award-winning creative team is highly experienced across all genres of film and television production.  The company is excelling in the production of 4K and Virtual Reality production.

We pride ourselves as experts in the field of the unpredictable genre of natural history and wildlife filmmaking to observational style documentary, having produced hit shows for Discovery Channel US’s Shark Week, National Geographic, NHK, BBC, Smithsonian Channel, CBS America, ABC, Arte France, SWR and Channel 5.

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28 Mar 2020

Bushfire Wars Series 1 on 7TWO Sundays at 8:30pm.

Producers of Bushfire Wars Jodie and Leighton De Barros are excited to announce that Series One will go to air on 7TWO on Sunday March 29 at 8:30pm. Bushfire Wars is a strong Australian production that gives viewers unrestricted access to the behind the scenes work of the Parks and Wildlife Service bushfire fighters in […]

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13 Nov 2018

Rottnest Island Kingdom of the Quokka – Premiere Book Release

With the world premiere broadcast of Rottnest Island Kingdom of the Quokka on National Geographic Channel, we proud to release this stunning book to accompany the series. This visual book is an expression of Rottnest Island – a wonderland of amazing wildlife and scenery and the thrills and delights that await as you turn the […]

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8 Nov 2018

Rottnest Island Kingdom of the Quokka – World Premiere on National Geographic Channel Australia

Sundays from December 16 & 23 at 8:30pm AEST Australian and New Zealand (Foxtel, Fetch and the National Geographic App) On the far west of the Australian continent, with the limitless Indian Ocean beyond, there is a set of islands whose animals defy all laws of nature. The three islands lie side by side, but […]

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