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Filming in Cambodia
Click here to see the new Hanuman Films guide to shooting in Cambodia and the Mekong region. 50 pages of location images and insight into planning a production.
The Last Reel
The Last Reel, Hanuman Films' first full length feature film, is now in post-production in Sydney, Australia after a successful shoot in Cambodia. Our very own Kulikar Sotho's directorial debut, watch this space for more.
Click here to see The Last Reel Brochure
The Last Reel
Click here to see an interview about The Last Reel with Screen Daily.
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Shooting at Angkor Wat in Cambodia
We made sure Tomb Raider was the first major feature film to shoot in Cambodia for 35 years
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Filming in Luang Prabang in Laos
Capture the blaze of colour that is the dawn call to alms of the monks of Luang Prabang
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Capture the magic of Halong Bay on camera
Top Gear Vietnam saw Clarkson and Co convert their motorbikes to boats to explore the bay
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"Never work with children or animals"
We have experience of working with elephants, tigers, dolphins, snakes and, even, children
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Blissful beaches, looming mountains, remote jungle
Mountains high, rivers deep, the Mekong region has a wealth of untapped locations
Hanuman Films is the most experienced production company in Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and the Mekong region. Hanuman Films has been operating since 2000 and has worked on more than 100 productions large and small. We have worked with some of the biggest names in the industry including Paramount, Angelina Jolie, BBC, Jean-Jacques Annaud, Discovery, Gordon Ramsay, Nat Geo, Charlie Boorman, Radical Media, Top Gear, Pepsi and Daniel Craig. Film-making is about passion and imagination and no-one is more passionate about the Mekong region than Hanuman Films. From a floating village at Angkor Wat for Tomb Raider to converting motorbikes into boats to explore Halong Bay for Top Gear, it's all in a day's work for the team at Hanuman Films. Our own film productions include prize-winning 'Ruin' and 'The Last Reel', set for release in 2014.