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Hanuman Films Hotel Video of La Residence d’Angkor in Siem Reap

Hanuman Films was recently on location at La Residence d’Angkor in Siem Reap to shoot this promotional hotel video. Hanuman Films has a series of hotel video packages available for properties seeking to promote themselves.

Before you read on, did you know that video now ranks higher than images and text in Google searches? This means if you don’t have a promotional video on your website, then you will be losing out on business to your competitors that do use video. Google owns Youtube, so Youtube-hosted videos outstrip all others when working on search engine optimization (SEO).

Hanuman Films is the most experienced production servicing company in the Mekong region. We have worked on more than 100 international productions in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia during more than a decade of film-making. Hanuman Films has been operating since 2000 and has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry including Paramount, Angelina Jolie, BBC, Jeremy Clarkson, Discovery, Gordon Ramsay, Nat Geo, Charlie Boorman, Radical Media, Pepsi and Daniel Craig. Hanuman Films brought Tomb Raider to the temples of Angkor and brought the Top Gear team to Vietnam.

Hanuman Films also offers bespoke hotel video production, drawing on our unique perspective on the travel industry thanks to our respected sister company Hanuman Travel (www.hanuman.travel). When it comes to marketing your hotel in the internet age, most potential customers would rather watch a 2-minute video then read several pages of a website or brochure. If a picture tells a thousand words, just imagine what video can do for your property? The key to marketing in this attention-deficit age is to attract their interest from the outset and clean, crisp HD video makes this possible.

Unlike many hotel video production companies promoting their services, Hanuman Films does not attempt to hold on to the copyright of the hotel video. Once we have finished our shoot and edited the agreed videos for your property, you will own full rights to these videos. Hanuman Films and sister company Hanuman Travel reserve the right to use the videos for their own promotional purposes online, but the rights to the video are then handed over to you and the video can be used on a DVD or online in any way that you choose.

In association with this Hanuman Films proposal for a hotel video, sister company Hanuman Travel will actively promote your video in a number of important ways. Hanuman Travel plans to feature a video of your property on our Hanuman Travel TV Youtube Channel and our very own www.hanuman.travel website.

For more details on our hotel video packages, contact Hanuman Films today.

Lonely Planet Unplugged: Behind the Scenes Video of Hotel Inspections in Laos

Hanuman Films Location Manager Nick Ray was recently working in Laos on a new edition of the best-selling Lonely Planet guidebook, out this month. This video takes readers behind the scenes to show them how LP goes about selecting the best places to stay.

The video starts with Nick inspecting the memorable Luang Say Lodge in Pak Beng. His cameraman colleague Andy Richardson then takes a look at the Xayana Guesthouse, also known as the X3 Capsule Hotel to see the dormitory options on offer in Luang Prabang. At the other extreme, Nick checks out the stunning La Residence Phou Vao, one of the most luxurious properties in all of Laos. Andy then gets to sample some style with a visit to Le Sen Boutique Hotel, one of the best all-rounders in Luang Prabang. They finish up at Villa Suan Mark, a family-run flashpacker pad with a great atmosphere.

Warning: these videos were made by toilet-humour obsessed Brits and several uncensored toilets appear throughout the video.

Immerse Yourself in Adrenaline Activities around Luang Prabang

Lovely Luang Prabang is not all about saffron-clad monks and timeless temples. Beyond the historic heart of town lie action-packed adventures on land and water, as this video showcases.

One of Hanuman’s long-term partners in Laos, Tiger Trail pioneered the Fair Trek concept in Laos, ensuring money from overnight treks is ploughed directly back into local host communities. Tiger Trail also offer multi-activity adventures including mountain biking, kayaking and even the odd elephant encounter. If you thought Luang Prabang was all culture, think again, as there are plenty of activities to keep adrenaline junkies riding high.

This video was put together by Nick Ray and Andy Richardson as part of Nick’s work on the new edition of the bestselling Lonely Planet Laos guidebook, out now.

The Elephant Conservation Center in Laos

Check out this video put together by together by Nick Ray and Andy Richardson during a recent Lonely Planet research trip through Northern Laos for the new Laos Lonely Planet guidebook, out in bookshops now.

Nick was covering Luang Prabang and Northern Laos for new 8th edition of the Laos guidebook. The Elephant Conservation Center was one of the standout new additions for the latest book, located in Sayaboury Province in the far west of the country. A new bridge and road link means it is just two hours from Luang Prabang.

Nick Ray and Andy Richardson studied at the University of Warwick together back in the 1990s and have since had the opportunity to work together on several filming assignments for Lonely Planet and other leading global brands.

Get Behind the Scenes with the New Lonely Planet Laos Guidebook

Nick Ray, Location Manager for Hanuman Films, worked on the new edition of the bestselling Lonely Planet Laos guidebook, out in bookstores now. This video takes readers behind the scenes on some of the adventures on the road.

 

  This video takes viewers on a journey through the Land of a Million Elephants with Nick Ray and Andy Richardson. Starting on the mighty Mekong River, the journey includes Luang Prabang, Vientiane and the new Elephant Conservation Center near Sayaboury.

  Nick was covering Luang Prabang and Northern Laos for new 8th edition of the Laos guidebook.  Nick travelled with Director and Cameraman Andy Richardson, an old friend going back to the days they studied at the University of Warwick together.

  They have since had the opportunity to work together on several filming assignments for Lonely Planet and other leading global brands and have a new Youtube channel called Electric Explorers.

Rithy Panh’s The Missing Picture shortlisted for the Oscars

Cambodian-French filmmaker Rithy Panh has been nominated for an Oscar award in the category of Best Foreign Language Picture in a breakthrough for Cambodian films.

 
 

 
  “Few images exist of the brutality unleashed on Cambodia by Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge following the Kampuchean Revolution in 1975. Using clay figures to stand in for himself, his family and the many Cambodians whose lives were destroyed during the years that followed, Rithy Panh recreates a dark and bloody period in his country’s history.”

 
  The Missing Picture has awarded distinction  in the Festival of Cannes 2013 and Rithy Panh was nominated Asian Filmmaker of the Year (2013). The Oscar Ceremony will take place in Los Angeles on 2 March 2014.

 
  We wish Rithy Panh and his colleagues all the best in bringing home the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Picture.

Discovery Channel Filming In Cambodia

 

Preparations are officially under way for the new series of “Naked and Afraid”. This series, produced by the Discovery Channel and Beat Back Productions, sees two contestants surviving in a remote location for a three week period with nothing but their survival skills. This episode is being filmed in the Koh Kong district of Cambodia and Hanuman Films is offering full production support for the duration of the shoot.

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