New Project: Oceans in Focus

sunset1 Green Heart Films is about to begin a two year project on the coastal regions of E.Africa and will be visiting Mozambique - Tanzania - Kenya and the southern coast of Somalia within the region of Kisimayo.

The documentary will be filming the impact of human activity on the oceans bio-diversity and the decline of fish stocks and coral reefs.

The first visit will focus on coral reefs and whale sharks near the island of Mafia after which we will be looking at the marine resources of Mozambique and then the coastal regions of Kenya and southern Somalia.

Green Heart Films will be filming and interviewing local fishing communities to learn more about declining fish stocks and the increase of illegal fishing methods and the encroachment of foreign commercial trawlers along Africa eastern seaboard.


After E.Africa we will also be visiting Malaysia and Indonesia plus other locations such as the Maldives.

The new project will be entitled “Oceans In Focus”.


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Green Heart Films has been filming in Kenya - Somaliland and Mozambique on the subject of the charcoal trade a documentary named “Conflict & Wildlife” now completed.

March 2015 GHF visited Sierra Leone to the document the Ebola crisis and created a documentary entitled “Africa’s Troubled Heart” a film that follows the origins of the Ebola crisis which was discovered deep within the Equatorial forests of the Congo Basin the very heart of Africa - the documentary is now complete.

We are now focused on our next educational adventure a documentary entitled “Oceans In Focus”.

About Green Heart Films

frontpage-1 Green Heart Films is primarily focused on the forests of our planet's equatorial rainforest regions; over the last seven years we have been to Borneo in south east Asia and in Latin America, we have focused our attention on areas such as the Amazon in Peru and Brazil.  We have also travelled to the far south of Argentina to witness the impact of climate change on this southern region's melting glaciers. frontpage-2 frontpage-3 Much of our work is centered on the Congo Basin of Africa, a region with unique species and the planet's second largest equatorial rain forest. Here we have spent the last seven years filming gorillas, okapis, chimpanzees, bonobos, elephants, an array of birdlife and many other magnificent species found across this rapidly disappearing equatorial forest. frontpage-4 Our primary aim is to create educational videos on the need to protect these endangered and biodiverse rainforests against poaching and the ever growing threat from mining and our planet's booming human population growth. We our driven with a passion and the belief that we can and should make a difference. frontpage-5

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