MAGDALENA FISHERMEN

Colombian culture is nourished by dances, music, and customs from all regions of the country. One of them is in danger of disappearing, the culture of the Magdalena fisherman. At this time, the Magdalena River is at one of the lowest levels in its history, with increasingly polluted waters that are not very conducive to life. The fisherman's culture is intimately linked with the strength of the Magdalena River. Let's protect the river and with it our culture.

We produce environmental, cultural and popular science documentaries. We are able to produce in remote and inaccessible areas, such as high environments, confined spaces or underwater environments.

184 METERS UNDER GROUND

A group of scientists and adventurers goes into an unexplored cavern to discover the incredible creatures that hide there.

EMBERA

The Embera Dobida community in the Colombian Pacific is one of the original nations of America that refuses to disappear.

HIDDEN CREATURES OF SANTA MARIA

Between the Andes Mountains and the Eastern Plains in Colombia is Santa María, a place that sustains life and does so in abundance, which thanks to geological events created an area with two of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet: the rainforests tropical and sub-Andean forests, a place where life without being perceived, is immersed in a daily struggle, adapting to its environment, full of amazing stories where organisms are protagonists.

PACIFIC NETS (Part 1)

The coasts of Ecuador, Colombia, Panama and Costa Rica are bathed by the currents of a blue corridor in which life travels, giving one of the most amazing spectacles of diversity and abundance on the planet, this ecological system is called the Corridor Marine of the Eastern Tropical Pacific (CMAR). The documentary Pacific Nets, allows us to approach the reality of the fishermen of the Colombian Pacific, understanding part of their conflicts and generating a reflection on the way in which we are exploiting our oceans.

PACIFIC NETS (Part 2)

The coasts of Ecuador, Colombia, Panama and Costa Rica are bathed by the currents of a blue corridor in which life travels, giving one of the most amazing spectacles of diversity and abundance on the planet, this ecological system is called the Corridor Marine of the Eastern Tropical Pacific (CMAR). The documentary Pacific Nets, allows us to approach the reality of the fishermen of the Colombian Pacific, understanding part of their conflicts and generating a reflection on the way in which we are exploiting our oceans.

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