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Escape to Pacific


Project No: #19678
Capital needed
EUR 1,000,000
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Minimum investment per investor: 15000
Country: Czech Republic
Reason for needing Capital: Project Launch
Stage: Profitable
Ideal Investor Role: Indifferent
Highlights: Catamaran purchase
Shooting time is five years
Guarantee - catamaran insurance at all risk for the entire project
New documentary series for worldwide distribution in English and 4K resolution
At least ten episodes (10x52') and two feature films to cinema distribution
Involving the activities of biologists and rescue centers focused on various wildlife species
What you offer to investors?: Partnership on the project
Participation of the rights of the films
Percentage of the profit
The closing credits in the films
Timeshare on the Catamaran during the project in Pacific
Personal involvement in the project on board of the catamaran
Other benefits upon agreement
Additional documents:

"Escape to Pacific" – the new film project aimed at wildlife conservation and the purity of nature

Who we are: Escape to Nature - independent award-winning film and photography production

We decided to go into this challenging project because we have gathered experience with documentary production for TV broadcasting during the past several years, we’re an experts for underwater filming, using drones (UAS) for aerial filming, and we have got over 85 awards at international film festivals in Czech Republic, Europe, and the USA.

We will shoot and live on aboard a catamaran where we will spend at least 7-8 months a year, and we will have a better chance to capture a time-lapse on individual destinations and observe changes in the environment and behavior of animals throughout the year.

We want to monitor the impacts of climate change on marine life and ocean pollution. We are experiencing the greatest loss of biodiversity on our planet. We will work with conservation organizations, marine biologists, scientists to research and monitor these adverse effects on marine life and nature on the remote Melanesia archipelagos (part of the Pacific).

Papua-New Guinea
Solomon Islands
Vanuatu
New Caledonia
Fiji


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