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Jack’s Top 5 Cambodia Moments

Popular Travel Channel show, The Booze Traveler came to Cambodia in 2016 and you can watch a video of host Jack Maxwell’s Top 5.

Cocktail connoisseur Jack Maxwell took his appreciation for specialty cocktails to a new level when he came to film in Cambodia in 2016 with Hanuman Films. His top moment in Cambodia? – Angkor Wat of course.

We would like to wish Jack all the very best, having just heard that he is undergoing treatment for cancer. The 54-year-old Boston, USA native says he’s being treated in Arizona for non-Hodgkins lymphoma. He adds: “I’m good though,” in typical Jack style.

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCBHQBPT-b4

Game-show Asia Express completes its Cambodia leg

The Asia Express Romania reality game-show has completed its tour of Cambodia and crossed the border into Thailand, on the last leg of their Amazing-Race style television show in Southeast Asia.

Hanuman Films coordinated their filming in Stung Treng, Kratie, Kompong Cham, Phnom Penh, Kompong Chhnang, Kompong Luong, Siem Reap and the temples of Angkor. The production packed a lot into a week of travel across Cambodia as contestants enjoyed various games and stayed with locals. Here are a few pictures including the show host Gina Pistol and the contestants, who are well-known television stars in Romania.

 

On Yer Bike!

Hanuman Films coordinates a new travel show for British television.

With support from Hanuman Films, a brand new UK television travel show took a spin around Phnom Penh on a Vespa motorbike tour last weekend. They also ventured further afield along the South Coast of Cambodia. More details on the television show when it airs, likely to be in January 2018. The Vespa team do tours in six cities in Cambodia and Vietnam.

Book your very own Vespa adventure as part of your journey through Cambodia with Hanuman Travel: www.hanumantravel.com

Mobile Phone Ads at Angkor

Hanuman Films teams up with India’s Picture Perfect Films at Angkor.

Picture Perfect Films of Mumbai, India, came to Cambodia recently, with coordination and support from Hanuman Films, to produce ads for the Honor mobile phone by Huawei. The shooting took place in Siem Reap, the temples of Angkor and on Phnom Kulen. You can watch the ads on Vimeo.

Vimeo Videos:

https://vimeo.com/245893530

https://vimeo.com/245893359

https://vimeo.com/245885023

On Holiday With Your Dad

‘Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father’ Out Now on Netflix.

Hanuman Films worked as the local film servicing partner for the new Netflix series ‘Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father’ in Cambodia back in March 2017. The show is out now on Netflix and Cambodia features in Episodes 4 and 5 of the 6-part series, that also includes Thailand and Vietnam.

Nick Ray worked as Fixer on the shoot and has a couple of cameos in the Cambodia sequences, including the predictable travel writer at Angkor Wat and the rather less predictable demining expert at a minefield being cleared by NGO Apopo using Gambian pouched rats to sniff out the TNT.

“Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father follows the Brit comedian as he finishes the gap year he began in 2009 and had to cut short. Only this time, his travel companion is his unadventurous father Michael. They travel to odd locations and events in an attempt to strengthen their bond.”

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4PihmWMaSI&feature=youtu.be

Hanuman Films Facilitates the BBC Travel Show Shoot in Cambodia

Presenter Henry Golding and the Travel Show team were in Cambodia last month filming for the BBC and worked with Hanuman Films to facilitate their shoot.

As well as riding the new passenger trains which operate from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville via Kampot, the team also went on the rails in Battambang to try the legendary ‘Bamboo Train.’

The Booze Traveler in Cambodia with Hanuman Films

Popular Travel Channel show, The Booze Traveler came to Cambodia in January 2016 and explored with Hanuman Films.

The Booze Travler Jack Maxwell

The Booze Travler Jack Maxwell

Cocktail connoisseur Jack Maxwell takes his respect and appreciation for specialty cocktails to explore new locales, seeking out the people, places and customs. Cambodia will be the first episode of Series 3 so keep an eye on the Travel Channel website for details of the schedule: http://www.travelchannel.com/shows/booze-traveler

Exploring the old ‘Sihanouk Trail’ in Cambodia with Red Bull Media House

Hanuman recently looked after a major overland expedition for Red Bull Media House, the extreme sports specialists. For this trip they were following some competition mountain bikers, including Rebecca Rusch, the “Queen of Pain”, down the Ho Chi Minh Trail through Laos and onwards south down the ‘Sihanouk Trail’ in Cambodia.

Red Bull Crew in Cambodia

Red Bull Crew in Cambodia

2 mountain bikes, 5 dirt bikes, 8 4WDs, this was an expedition through some of the most remote parts of Cambodia. Crossing into Cambodia at Trapeang Kriel, the crew headed northwest to Siem Pang before crossing the Sekong River and surfing through the sand to Veun Sai. After a comfortable overnight in Ban Lung, they continued south to Koh Nhek, using the old ‘Death Highway’ from Lumphat. From there, they blasted through Sen Monorom on the new road before veering off to follow the old King’s Highway through the jungles of Kaoh Seima Protected Forest, one of the most beautiful roads in Cambodia.

A homemade bridge in Northeast Cambodia

A homemade bridge in Northeast Cambodia

All of this was captured on state-of-the-art Red Epic Dragon 6K cameras, that means 9X the pixels of an HD camera or one hell of a lot of memory. It should make for an epic endurance film through some of the most remote and beautiful parts of Indochina.

Filming the Red Bull mountain bikers on the Red Epic Dragon in Cambodia

Filming the Red Bull mountain bikers on the Red Epic Dragon in Cambodia

Join Hanuman Films on a Virtual Location Scout in Battambang

Watch this location video of Cambodia’s charming second city, including impressive colonial-era buildings, a striking riverside location and some out-of-town attractions set in an idyllic rural setting.

Battambang is a great place to create the old atmosphere of French Indochine or the parts of Indochina back in the days of the Vietnam War, before cities like Hanoi and Phnom Penh developed a modern face. All The Last Reel cinema locations were shot in Battambang as was much of The Gate, based on Francois Bizot’s book, currently in post-production. Add to the architecture the infamous bamboo ‘norry’ train or one of the famed hilltop ancient temples like Phnom Banan and you have one of Cambodia’s most diverse locations for a film crew wanting to stay away from the public eye and concentrate on getting the job done.

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