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TRAVEL AND IMAGES. EXPERIENCES. REPORTS AND DOCUMENTARIES.

It has been more than 12 years running the world with Baboon Films. Journalism. We understand the absolute necessity to count on a good local source. The producer who knows everything and everyone and leads the way for the best results.

Fitzroya Media House is our collective formed by photographers, filmmakers and journalists. We are specialized in Patagonia. From our base in the town of Futaleufu, we access the most unexpected places of one of the most unknown regions on Earth.

In this period of transformation, the southernmost tip of the American continent appears as a primary stage of geopolitical developments under way: impacts of global warming, competition for water resources, the search for minerals, controversy in power generation, the control of temperate forests and of agricultural land, among others.

From the greater vision provided by the work in Baboon Films to the Patagonian expertise through Fitzroya.

The journey continues ...

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fitzroya


 

TRAVEL AND IMAGES. EXPERIENCES. REPORTS AND DOCUMENTARIES.

It has been more than 12 years running the world with Baboon Films. Journalism. We understand the absolute necessity to count on a good local source. The producer who knows everything and everyone and leads the way for the best results.

Fitzroya Media House is our collective formed by photographers, filmmakers and journalists. We are specialized in Patagonia. From our base in the town of Futaleufu, we access the most unexpected places of one of the most unknown regions on Earth.

In this period of transformation, the southernmost tip of the American continent appears as a primary stage of geopolitical developments under way: impacts of global warming, competition for water resources, the search for minerals, controversy in power generation, the control of temperate forests and of agricultural land, among others.

From the greater vision provided by the work in Baboon Films to the Patagonian expertise through Fitzroya.

The journey continues ...

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Jessica Nolte

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Jessica Nolte

 

Jessica Nolte is a photographer and documentary filmmaker, graduated in Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP). 

Has been working with Baboon Films (www.baboon.com.br) since 2010, where she produced and photographed more than 20 documentaries. Jessica has passed 30 days in Mongolia registering the nomadic life. Unveiled the slave labor in the silver mines of Potosí, for which she was a finalist in Brazil’s biggest media and journalism awards “Prêmio ESSO”. Also got two honorable mentions, one at the human rights award (ANAMATRA) and the other for her photograph “Silver Widows” on the Latin-American Photography award. In Uganda she revealed child sacrifice for magic rituals, for which she also was a finalist at “Prêmio ESSO”. (www.jessicanolte.com)

During the last 4 years, she has been very passionately dedicating her life to Patagonia. In 2015 she founded Fitzroya Media House, a creative company based in Chilean Patagonia in which she is a partner and director.

 
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Markus Bruno

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Markus Bruno

 

Markus Bruno began capturing images professionally in 1999, during college, as an adventure and extreme sports photographer.

In 2004, in partnership with Henry Ajl, he created the independent production company Baboon Films (www.baboon.com.br).

It has since produced more than 140 documentaries and special reports in partnership with major organizations and media channels like HBO Brazil, Rede Record, CPFL Cultura, TV Brazil, Rede Globo, Itaú Cultural, MTV Brazil, UNICEF, ESPN and other independent producers around the world. It goes from a range of nature, culture and conservation to hard news, investigative stories and conflict zones, earning him more than a dozen of the most important journalism awards in Brazil.

Since 2011, Markus has been dedicating much of his life to Patagonia as a co-owner of Pata Farms. And in 2015 he founded Fitzroya Media House, a creative company based in Chilean Patagonia in which he is a partner and director.

 
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HENRY AJL

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HENRY AJL

 

Henry Ajl is a journalist and filmmaker. He started writing articles while travelling the world. The experience he got during his journeys became a great opportunity to open a travel agency specialised in the Himalayas.

In 2004, in partnership with Markus Bruno, he created the independent production company Baboon Films (www.baboon.com.br). 

It has since produced more than 140 documentaries and special reports in partnership with major organizations and media channels like HBO Brazil, Rede Record, CPFL Cultura, TV Brazil, Rede Globo, Itaú Cultural, MTV Brazil, UNICEF, ESPN and other independent producers around the world. It goes from a range of nature, culture and conservation to hard news, investigative stories and conflict zones, earning him more than a dozen of the most important journalism awards in Brazil.

Unsatisfied with the big city life, Henry moved to Patagonia in 2013. With 4 other partners, he co-owns and runs Pata Farms, which is more than 400 hectares of land that was damaged due to irresponsible management, and today is totally recovered and productive, and aims to become a self-sufficient farm to be set as an example in the region.

In 2015 he founded Fitzroya Media House, a creative company based in Chilean Patagonia in which he is a partner and director.