Hunting & Fishing

BROS GONE FISHING, RAROTONGA ODYSSEY [13x30’]

Richest waters

Three fish-mad brothers set out on an angling odyssey to their ancestral homeland, Rarotonga, where the pristine waters are teeming with seafood and the local people have been living off this bounty for millennia.

There are so many species they only dreamed of catching, like mahi-mahi, wahoo, fresh-water crayfish, massive yellow-fin tuna, dog-tooth tuna, parrot fish, blue marlin, and the biggest Giant Trevallies on the planet.

They are in for good fishing while having a few laughs.

GRANDSLAM FISHING [13x60’]

Looking for World-Record-sized monsters of the sea

Darren (Dazza) Cleave is not your average, laid-back fishing guide. He is engaging, passionate, and has a spirited style that bursts through the screen.

Dazza wants the chance to investigate the sustainability of South Pacific recreational fishing destinations, and to see if those World-Record-sized monsters caught back in the day are still plentiful. In his quest, he visits some of the South Pacific’s most exotic and exciting destinations.

He is focused on the conservation of resources and promotes the practice of tagging and releasing fish. With just a rod and some bait on some tiny boats in treacherous seas, he finds himself more than once in some serious damage.

HUNT WITH ME [13x26’]

From ocean to mountain

This series is told through entertaining “grass-roots” characters in a range of stunning locations, from ocean to mountain and everywhere in between.

Our charismatic hunters and anglers light up the screen as they invite us into remote wilderness regions to share their love of the outdoors.

They are dedicated to feeding their families using their knowledge of ancestral and cultural practices and beliefs while showing much respect for the animals they hunt.

HUNTING AND FISHING COLLECTION - 26' [269x26’]

For the love of nature and appreciation for the animals

Hunting and fishing have been around for centuries. In order to survive, Man had to develop countless techniques to capture preys.

This series tells the clever ways that hunters and fishermen alike have invented to dominate nature’s obstacles and how each region perfected its own specific methods.

These films also shed a light on these men and women everyday life and their efforts to promote a type of hunting which respects animals and nature.

HUNTING AND FISHING COLLECTION - 52' [28x52’]

For the love of nature and appreciation for the animals

Hunting and fishing have been around for centuries. In order to survive, Man had to develop countless techniques to capture preys.

This series tells the clever ways that hunters and fishermen alike have invented to dominate nature’s obstacles and how each region perfected its own specific methods.

These films also shed a light on these men and women everyday life and their efforts to promote a type of hunting which respects animals and nature.

HUNTING AOTEAROA [254x26’]

Provide for the community

This series takes us to the best spots to stalk deer or pigs for some good ole traditional New Zealand hunting.

We meet Kiwi hunters who operate the old-fashioned way to provide for their community and help protect native wildlife.

MOONTIDE FISHING [26x26’]

The wisdom of the Maori people

The Polynesian people, especially the Maori, have long realized that the moon has an influence on the tides which in turn affect the fishing.

Nore Martin, who has been mentored by elders of his tribe, takes us on an entertaining and informative journey around some of the most beautiful and remote spots of New Zealand to test this rule.

The clue is that the best days by far occur from 6 to 9 days after the full moon. This is when the weather is perfect, and the big fish come biting.

ON THE FLY [6x30’]

Extreme fishing in the Malaysian jungle

Paul is on a fishing adventure through Malaysia, one of the finest and most challenging unexplored freshwater fly-fishing spots in the world.

The series is a mix of nail-biting, adrenalin-fueled fishing sequences and quiet moments to soak in the natural beauty of the wild.

Each episode features an exotic fish and takes us into the intimate world of a man who has chosen to live off the grid.

RAIDERS OF THE LAST TUNA [52’]

In the international waters of the Pacific, anything goes

Eco-warrior Karli Thomas and her crew from Brazil, the UK, the USA, Australia, China, and Japan patrol the Pacific high seas battling plundering pirates who are intent on pillaging tuna stocks until none are left.

In these international waters, thousands of illegal vessels are operating beyond the jurisdictions of any governments or international conservation agreements. Of course, none of them are happy to see these activists, let alone allow them to board. It’s a game of increasingly dangerous cat and mouse.

It’s the Wild West for the world’s fishing fleets and the last frontier for tuna.

WHO OWNS NATURE? [96’]

A dramatic alpine play

Who owns nature? Are we, as humans, its protectors or destructors?

Mountain goats, bellowing stags, a pack of wolves, forest rangers, farmers, wildlife biologists, hunting opponents and hunters: they are all protagonists in a dramatic alpine play.

How should humans deal with nature and wild animals today?