Air Pollution, Solar Panel and lack of TV station regulation stories were made in Mongolia.
January 2014, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Documentary film about life in one of the last frontiers of Mongolia. Life in the Taiga by Hamid Sardar. Upon release, the film won numerous awards from film festivals.
This photo was selected as finalist on Head On Photo Festival Portrait Prize
We were part of the worldwide crew of productions who participated in the Coca Cola and Bono's (RED) joint effort to stop HIV Produced by Ringer and Directed by Rob Meltzer.
650 babies are born HIV positive every day. Together, we can bring that to zero. Introducing 'Share the Sound of an AIDS FREE GENERATION’. Ready to make history?
When a group of young Greek SWAG and YOLO guys contacted us to do an episode in Mongolia we couldn't refuse them and helped them to film in Ulaanbaatar, Reindeer people in Huvsgul Province and look for dinosaur bones in the famous Flaming Cliffs. Here is some bits and pieces from the future episode which is to be aired in the first quarter of 2015 where you will see Sakis and George roam the streets of Ulaanbaatar, wrestle a Mongolian wrestler, become a coal miner for a day, give an interview to one of the top TV stations in the country, live in a teepee with a reindeer person and look for dinosaur bones in the Gobi.
We were fortunate to work with a great team from Film Factory and co produce Canon's fast autofocus 7D Mark II photo camera in Bayan-Ulgii province. Main talent for the shoot was a rising Mongolian male model Subeedei who followed and photographed eagle hunters. The first ever eagle huntress, 13 year old Aisholpan and skilled other eagle hunters, were support characters in this beautiful TVC filmed in windy slopes and canyons of Altai mountain.