For over one and half decades Peak Promotion has been leading the way of Film in Nepal. Not just an agent, but pioneering new approaches while filming which ensure your filming project will be qualitatively superior. Every year, a number of Film Crews come to Nepal to film about the Travel Destinations; Mountaineering Experience; Nepalese Culture and Tradition; Natural beauty, flora and fauna; and Archaeological Heritages of Nepal. Peak Promotion has always supported those Film Crews in doing vast research of the story, finding appropriate characters and most importantly doing all the logistics for getting the Filming Permit from the government and other necessary arrangements in the field. Peak Promotion has a wide experience working with the different types of films including simple documentaries with DV cameras, features with celluloid films and even the IMAX film. Peak Promotion also has climbers and other assistants who expertise working with the Film Crews. We also help you in finding the availability of Filming Equipment’s in Nepal.
Nepal as Filming Destination
Filming is the act of making a film. Films are artifact created by specific person or organization, which reflect cultures of definite place, natural beauty and historical background. Film is considered to be an important art form, a source of popular entertainment and a powerful method for educating or instructing people, as well as exploring hidden reality of specific place to the outer world.
Nepal is also known as mini world blessed by nature. It is the small country between the two ghost country China in north and India in east, west and south. Geographically it was divided in their parts; Himalaya – having highest peak of the world, hill and the low land terai. All these parts were famous for their natural beauty, cultural differences and traditions which were being practiced since immemorial. Within its short territory any one can fell different climate and experience different culture in practice. It is the home land of more than 100 ethnic groups, who speaks 93 different language or dialects. It is the fertile land cradled by the world highest mountain, naturally gorgeous, birth place of peace disciple, land of courageous man. Country where tradition and modernity blend together and people with diverse language, cultures, caste and religious co-exist.
Because of its incredible landscapes, breathtaking natural beauty, ancient temple, habitat of endangered species and unique culture make this kingdom awesome location for filming. This magnificent land is one of the famous locations for Adventure, Natural, Cultural, Religious, and Historical film.
“First class service and management” is our main motto. We are the group of highly experienced in this field since 1996 A.D. We always attempt to find out appropriate solution in each difficulty and fully devoted to provide first class service in order to achieve your goal.
Here is the list of services for filming team which we are offering:
We always support film crew doing vast research of the story, finding appropriate and enchanting location and character according to the demand of story.
Most importantly doing all the logistics for customs clearance of filming equipment in the time of arrival and departure.
Getting filming permit from the government, other necessary documentation and paper work in your behalf.
Arranging all necessary equipment in hire according to your requirements which is available in Nepal.
Hotel reservations, transportation, arranging charter flights (if needed) and other necessary arrangements in the field.
Manage Ariel shooting from helicopter.
Equipment in Hire
We help you to get filming equipment’s available in Nepal. Some productions company of Nepal supplies the following equipment. But quality of the equipment may not be as per your expectations.
Our Experience about filming
Peak Promotion has a wide experience working with the different types of films including simple documentaries with DV cameras, features with celluloid films and even the IMAX film. We have a long history of working with different film production companies and broadcaster like; Indus films, Nova/WGBH, BBC, Chanel 4, Discovery, National Geographic. Peak Promotion also has climbers and other assistants who expertise working with the Film Crews. We also help you in finding the availability of Filming Equipment’s in Nepal, if needed. Because of its long history of experiences in this field Peak Promotion is the top leading film organizing company of Nepal. Since 1996 we had started our journey in this field.
Some of the famous Film maker, Production Company and Broadcaster who worked with us
Discovery Channel and Channel 4, UK
BBC Channel, UK
KEO films, UK
National Geographic TV, USA
NOVA/WGBH TV, USA
Arcturus Motion Pictures, USA
Mac Gillavray Freeman Film, USA
Michael Palin, UK
David Breasher, USA
Mark Dolan, UK
Paul Mister, (USA)
Peter Degerfeldt – Sweden (Blue Sky )
Electric Sky Production & Animall Planet Channel UK
Films we have worked for:
Everest (2015) Directed by Baltasar Kormákur
60 Minutes Filming with Luanne Freer
2011- Honey Hunting
2010 – 3D Everest- Directed by David Breasher and Peter Degerfeldt
2010 – Glacier of Nepal Past and Present -Directed by David Breasher
2010, Conservation documentary – 09UL “Vulture Video” Produced by Robin Hill for Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, UK.
2009, Worldwide Tribe by Yoji Harada, WWT Productions, LLC for Travel channel USA
2009, Web Site Video II: Produced by Paul Mistor , Gillder Frontier, LLC for Hanesbrands together with Berg Adventures
2009, Web Site Video I: Produced by Paul Mistor , Gillder Frontier, LLC for Hanesbrands together with Berg Adventures
2007/2008, Smallest Man and Me presented by Mark Dolan and directed by Krishnendu Maunder for Channel 4, UK
2007: “MAX’S BIG TRACKS” by Electric Sky Productions, UK for Animal Planet Channel
2007, Medicine Men Go Wild presented by twin Xand and Chris Van Tulleken and directed by Den Kendall for Discovery Channel and Channel 4, UK
2006, EVEREST ER (Part 2) for Indus Films and BBC
2005, EVEREST ER (Part 1) directed by Steve Robinson and Rob Sullivan for Indus Films & BBC
2005, The 1996 Everest Tragedy for David Breashearsand Arcturus Motion Pictures
2004, Extremes: Silk Road by Nick Middleton for Keo Films, National GeogrpahicTV and Channel 4
2004, EVEREST by David Breashears for Arcturus Motion Pictures, Working Title Films and Universal Studios
2003, The Last Royals by Archipelago films for National Geographic directed by Susan Todd & Andrew Young
2003, Himalaya with MICHAEL PALIN for BBC and Prominent – Palin Productions, directed by Paul Davidson
2002, SURVIVING EVEREST for National Geographic TV
2001, Upper Mustang directed by Liesl Clark for NOVA/WGBH TV
1998, Global Trek Guide for Lonely planet and Discovery Channel
1998, EVEREST: THE DEATH ZONE directed by David Breashears for NOVA/WGBH TV
1996, EVEREST IMAX Film directed by Greg McGillivray/ David Breashears / Stephen Judson for Mac Gillavray Freeman Film