“Escape to Pacific” – the new film project aimed at wildlife and marine life conservation
10-12 hours of TV documentaries (12x 52’/ 24x 26′) and feature-length documentaries for cinema distribution
4K resolution, English, and Czech version
The campaign of the project will start in summer 2020
The period of the filming – from the end of winter 2020 by the end of 2025
“Escape to Pacific”
We decided to go into this challenging project because we have gathered experience with documentary production for TV broadcasting during the past several years, we’re an experts for underwater filming, using drones (UAS) for aerial filming, and we have got over 85 awards at international film festivals in Czech Republic, Europe,
We will shoot and live on aboard a catamaran where we will spend at least 7-8 months a year, and we will have a better chance to capture a time-lapse on individual destinations and observe changes in the environment and behavior of animals throughout the year.
We want to monitor the impacts of climate change on marine life and ocean pollution. We are experiencing the greatest loss of biodiversity on our planet. We will work with conservation organizations, marine biologists, scientists to research and monitor these adverse effects on marine life and nature on the remote Melanesia archipelagos (part of the Pacific).
- Papua-New Guinea
- Solomon Islands
- New Caledonia
The conclusion after a detailed and contained research of particular world
We are honored that the Lagoon Catamarans producer will be one of the major partners and we will cooperate closely with the Club Lagoon and its members on interesting events in the Pacific.
Another important partner of our project is MARES, producer of professional scuba gear who will support us throughout the project in the Pacific.
Escape to Nature is an independent film and photography production which ensure all costs for film making and production from its own resources. Though there is a co-production with TV Channels, most of the budget is still dependant on external sources and the support of our partners, sponsors and investors.
The longstanding catamaran usage during making documentary films in exotic destinations [7 – 8 months a year] is a guarantee of taking better quality footage for project parts as it can ensure the accommodation and a safe base for film staff of the Escape to Nature production. The stay on a catamaran will enable more flexibility of moving and changing places of the whole team together with all the equipment for film production and photography.
We are looking for partners and sponsors. If you are interested to support this unique project aimed at protecting untouched nature and wildlife, send us an e-mail or support this project right now through our “Donations” page.
You can also download PDF:Escape2Pacific_English