An team of conservationists expose their lives and fight the odds in order to save the last wild scarlet macaws in Belize from being poached and becoming extinct.
As any independent project, funding is always a big part of the challenge in completing a film. Our film will require a lot of logistical planning in order to navigate rustic and hard to access areas of Belize; principal photography will involve a small but tactical crew to accompany the protagonists of the film up dense rainforests, rivers, mountains and other areas as we follow them in their endeavors to making their protection efforts a success, including camping underneath the birds nest sites and participating in a scarlet macaw population survey.
In an effort to make filming go as smooth as possible, we are looking to raise enough money to get us through production and hopefully into post-production. If you feel compelled by the story we are trying to tell or have a particular interest in some aspect of the film- wildlife conservation, endangered species, etc. please consider contributing to our project. We could really use your support! You might be wondering where does my money go? Your support will cover everything that goes into making the film. This will include travel, lodging and pay for crew, equipment rentals, hiring local guides, rental cars and other contingencies. We are happy to talk to you about the specifics of any of this so feel free to reach out through our contacts page.
Also, if you would like to support the film in any other way please reach out. And feel free to forward this on to anyone you think would be interested in supporting.
Be sure to know that your contributions, no matter how big or small, will not go unacknowledged.
Thank you so much for supporting our film A Scarlet Sky!