FLOW provided full production services for Episode 1 of Discovery’s series ‘The Gamechangers’ in the Brazil's Amazon Rainforest. We worked closely with Lime Pictures in London to provide a complete crew for the Amazon shoot including director, producer, fixer, drone operator and all transport/logistics.
Too Black for TV was commissioned by the Guardian international documentaries strand. Directed by Barney Lankester-Owen and produced by Bruce Douglas, FLOW production Too Black for TV has been seen by over 8 million people and helped contributed to the growing debate on racism in Brazilian media.
Winner of the New York Film Festivals Social Issues Award and Netflix Factual Prize nominee, Levante was directed by Barney Lankester-Owen across 4 countries including Brazil, Hong Kong, Palestine, and Mexico. With a focus on how technology is changing global social protest movements, the documentary was produced by Modo Operante Productions for Canal Futura.
FLOW was commissioned to provide bespoke aerial filming services for Season 1 Episode 2 ‘Cola Kidnap’. FLOW drone operators filmed unique aerial footage of Rocinha, Vidigal and Rio de Janeiro at day and night using 2 types of specialized drone setup in addition to licensing existing stock archive.
FLOW provided production services in Brazil to the Angriest Whopper advert produced by London's Crane TV / David Agency. FLOW handled all logistics across Brazil and provided full crew on location in Sao Paulo including equipment, catering, lighting, wardrobe, props and transport.
FLOW was chosen by Discovery to film and produce this short documentary, our third for Daily Planet, about Enrico Bernard, a biologist who has discovered human DNA in vampire bats. Shot and directed by Barney Lankester-Owen, FLOW organized the shoot logistics, local crew, and equipment.
Flow's aerial drone video. Filmed in Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia & Minas Gerais. All archive available for purchase.