We are an independent documentary and branded content production company with a focus on travel stories and reportage
It’s in our name, we’re experts in Travel.
We work with TVs, VOD platforms, brands, distribution companies, tourism authorities, newspapers and magazines,
media companies and non-profit organizations to produce documentaries that have promotional and social impact.
How do Syrian refugees live? A group of documentary filmmakers decide to partake in several field missions led by the UNHCR, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, to spend a day in the life of Syrian refugees in Lebanon and Jordan, documenting the efforts of the extraordinary people involved in this most recent of human tragedies.
Ludovico de Maistre, Gabriele Saluci, Daniel Mazza and Stefano Cantarini are four friends who have decided to collect funds to buy a mini bus to donate to the girls of Ibbawale, a small village in the heart of Sri Lanka. Before delivering this big gift, they'll first have to cross the country in an amazing journey filled with sensational encounters, hilarious moments and embarassing situations.
Romano Cagnoni was an international, award-winning photographer, known as one of the foremost photographers of the 20th century. His photographs have been featured on the cover and front page of nearly every significant news magazine and paper in Europe and the United States. He is most known for his documentary work of the wars and conflicts around the globe and this is his last interview.
900 kms of running. A total of 60.000 meters of ascent and descent. 9 days to run across the Pyrenees from the Atlantic ocean to the Mediterranean Sea. A record in mind, but a passion in his heart. Sebastiano takes us into an extreme adventure that demonstrates the strength of a physical achievement, the power that one’s passion can generate, and the determination needed to adapt to the unexpected and push beyond.
Gabriele and Ludovico are two friends and modern explorers who travel the world using unconventional vehicles.
In their many travels they’ve explored Madagascar by boat, Sri Lanka with a school bus, Senegal with a car-rapide, Iceland by electric bicycles and Japan with a washing machine.
They’ve met with Syrian refugees in Lebanon, they've cleared the beaches of Peru from plastic and they’ve gazed into the vast emptiness of the Bolivian salt flats.
Want to get to know the behind the scenes of a travel documentary's adventurous trips?
In this pilot we show the backstage of the production, the working method and the human approach of Ludovico de Maistre during hist travels.
Ludovico has visited over 50 countries and in these video you can discover the world from his point of view.
Danilo and Luca met in a rehabilitation center, after a bad accident, and that's when they decided to travel the world, together.
Thus began this incredible story of friendship, strength and resolution that will transport you to some of the most magical places on the planet.
Iceland is one of the wildest lands on Earth.
The weather can change in a blink. In every corner of this magical Island, you can admire and feel the enormous and primordial power of nature, but you're never alone.
This documentary was shot in the middle of winter with only a smartphone, a trusty companion in our everyday life.
3 Tuk Tuks, 3 teams, 11 travelers, 18 days of adventure. The results? We traveled over 2500 km through southern Ethiopia to meet the ethnic groups of the Omo valley, promoting road safety and visiting social projects along the way. The mission? Promote a slow and responsible way of traveling. The target? Be the first in history to reach the Omo river on board of three-wheelers.
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We go to Cannes every year to present our content to leading distribution companies that sell our documentaries to international broadcasts and platforms. We are official worldwide publisher of Amazon Prime Video and we have partners through which we can publish our content on the most important Video on demand (VOD) platforms around the world.
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