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A proven track record of production success in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam

Stunning Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Commercial on Location at Angkor

 


Leading Hong Kong jewellery company Chow Tai Fook chose Cambodia for its latest commercial. Hanuman Films coordinated the shoot around the temples of Angkor and Siem Reap, including locations such as Ta Prohm, Bayon, Angkor Wat and the floating villages of the Tonle Sap Lake. The Hanuman team worked in partnership with Radical Media of London. Hanuman Films has worked on several previous commercials with Radical Media, including Pepsi, TUI Travel and Cisco.

Filming Commences For New Television Show “50 Ways To Test Your Mammy”

An exciting new television show “50 Ways To Test Your Mammy” has commenced shooting in Cambodia today with Hanuman Films. British-based production company Burning Bright Productions, who are the creators of this show, have been working with Hanuman Films for the past three months during the pre-production stage. “50 Ways To Test Your Mammy” features a mother and son who travel to different locations all over the world in search of unique and adventurous experiences. Hanuman Films has set up  a host of adventures for the mother and son team whilst in Cambodia including: temple trekking, encounters with deadly spiders and a night on a deserted island.

 

New Series of Naked & Afraid on Location in Koh Kong in Cambodia

The latest series of Naked & Afraid premiered on the Discovery Channel last night and the much anticipated Cambodia episode will be coming soon.


 


A popular show on the Discovery Channel, the Naked & Afraid team travelled to Cambodia to shoot an episode in the first part of 2014.  Working with Renegade 83 Productions, Hanuman Films months coordinated all the scouting for this shoot and selected the final remote location for the contestants to survive. After initial consideration of jungle areas as varied as Mondulkiri, Bokor and Chi Phat, we eventually settled on a remote location in Koh Kong Province about 45 minutes upriver from Koh Kong town. This ensured the crew had a convenient logistical base while the talent could still be dropped in a very remote jungle area with no human contact. The three-week shoot started in the middle of January with the two contestants being dropped in the jungle. Hanuman Films provided a large support team for this shoot, including our Fixer Vutha Soth and a local crew that included two medics, two runners and several boat drivers to get the crew in and out of the remote location. While some of the crew had to get naked for this shoot, it was clear they didn’t need to be afraid with Hanuman Films running the shoot.


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Hanuman Films teams up with Indus Films on the new BBC Mekong series

Hanuman Films worked on the new BBC Mekong series with Indus Films and presenter Sue Perkins. 


Sue Perkins snaps a shot on location on the Mekong River

Sue Perkins snaps a shot on location on the Mekong River


Indus Films of the UK was commissioned by the BBC to produce a landmark series on the Mekong River and Hanuman Films was contacted as the line production company to assist with the four-part series featuring Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and China. Hanuman Films line produced the first two episodes in the series covering Vietnam and Laos and provided advice and recommendations for the third episode in Laos. Popular television presenter Sue Perkins fronted the show and for episode 1 she journeyed from Ho Chi Minh City through the Mekong Delta and into Cambodia. She visited the incredible floating market of Cai Rang and met a survivor of Tuol Sleng Prison before travelling northeast to the majestic temples of Angkor and the Tonle Sap Lake. Sue and the Indus crew spent several days living in the village of Kompong Pluk, learning about fishing techniques and local lifestyles. The great lake is the heartbeat of Cambodia and the incredible rise and fall in its water levels are intimately connected to the rise and fall of the Mekong River. The lake is known to expand to five times its normal area during the wet season, making it a vital source of fish and protein for the Cambodian population.


For episode 2, the focus moved to the wildlife in Cambodia and Sue joined a Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team (WRRT) organised by leading wildlife NGO Wildlife Alliance and the Cambodian government, on a wildlife bust in Koh Kong. She then travelled deep into Mondulkiri Province in the northeast of Cambodia where she visited the Elephant Valley Project (EVP) and learnt about their ecotourism initiatives to protect retired working elephants. In Kratie Province, she encountered rare freshwater dolphins in the Mekong River, as well as the rare Cantor’s Turtle. Finally the team travelled up to Ratanakiri to meet the minority people of this remote province and learn how dams and deforestation might affect their lives as the region develops.


Filming has now wrapped on this new mini-series and it will be screened on the BBC later in 2014.

Behind the Scenes in the Sound Recording Studio on The Last Reel

Go behind the scenes on The Last Reel with this exclusive look at some of the soundtrack recording in Phnom Penh late last year.



Composer Christopher Elves and Director Kulikar Sotho teamed up with the Chamroeun sisters, Sophea and Sophek, from popular local band Krom to record the haunting melody for The Long Way Home, the film within the film that forms an integral part of The Last Reel.

A Bird’s Eye View of Hoi An from the Air

Check out this video of Hoi An, including some stunning footage from an aerial drone. We think you will like it.



The Hanuman Films team was in Hoi An recently and met up with Key Production based out of Danang and Hoi An in Central Vietnam, who shot this impressive video. For travel planners promoting tours in Vietnam it is an excellent promotional tool and look out for the stunning aerial shots courtesy of a video camera drone. Don’t forget to talk to Hanuman Films if you want a stunning hi-definition video of your hotel, cruise, destination or activity. We cover the entire Mekong region, including Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam.

On Location Behind-the-Scenes at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center

Check out this behind-the-scenes video of a tour to Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center shot on location with Hanuman Films.

 


Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center is home to more than 1200 animals, including tigers, elephants, bears and much, much more. All profits from this Wildlife Alliance-run tour go towards wildlife conservation work. Hanuman Films produced this wildlife experience video to support the work of Wildlife Alliance with whom Hanuman enjoys a close working relationship. If you run an organisation that needs to communicate with your audience or you have an activity that needs to be seen, contact Hanuman Films about a tailor-made video to spread your message.


Hanuman Travel offers a Wild Cambodia itinerary that includes this behind-the-scenes experience at Phnom Tamao, as well as Elephant Valley Project in Mondulkiri, dolphin-spotting in the Mekong River and the Prek Toal Bird Sanctuary. http://www.hanuman.travel/Tours/Cambodia/Wild_Cambodia.html

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.

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