We’ve been making documentary films for international broadcasters like National Geographic, Discovery and the BBC, and domestic clients including ZDF, ARTE, ARD and BR for the last 20 years.
Our trademark is exceptional attention to detail and fresh ideas about getting unusually close to the animals and subjects we’re filming. We want to establish a personal and intimate connection between the viewer, the subject, and the story.
The aim is to captivate our audiences just like a major blockbuster would by bringing astonishing images to the screen and taking the viewer on a rollercoaster ride of the natural world like never before.
We are supported in our German headquarters by a dedicated team of office managers and editors, as well as a host of expert freelance professionals.
Our Base in Guyana
We’ve been working intensively in South America since 2000 and Guyana has become something of a second home for us. We’ve established a base in an Indian village in the depth of the Guyanese hinterland, where we spend part of the year. From here, we’ve built up an exceptional network and infrastructure and gained in-depth knowledge of Guyana, Brazil, Venezuela and Surinam. Our extensive support network on the ground allows us to gain unique access to the culture and natural world of South America and the Amazon basin in particular. Our Guyanese partners have been working with us for over 9 years and have provided the backbone of many of our international projects and expeditions.
Over the years, we’ve spent a lot of time filming in Eastern Europe, in particular Poland, Slovakia, Belarus and the Ukraine. Well-established connections with local organisations provide excellent access to exclusive locations where Europe’s big game can be filmed from close range.