Working around the globe to capture your stories where they are happening.
Our Travelpool Program enables our clients to share travel expenses while reducing their carbon footprints. Through this initiative, we regularly travel to India, Kenya, Uganda, the UK, Mexico and Japan and many other places in the world.
OverviewIn our quest to continuously improve our clients’ experience, we’re happy to announce our new Travelpooling program. Invented by our clients for our clients, it enables you to save money on production travel while reducing your travel emissions.
How It WorksWhen we have a client requiring travel for their filming, we add the trip and date range to this Travelpooling page. If your micro-documentary requires filming in one of the regions listed below, let us know and climb aboard. Our producer can then film several projects on the single trip and travel fees get split accordingly while reducing the environmental impact of the trip.
If you have a trip in mind and would like to add it to the Travelpooling page, just let us know.
Planned Trips for 2018
|Nov. 15th - 20th||Washington, D.C. (production)|
|Dec. 17th||New York (training)|
Popular Travelpool Destinations
|December-February||India, Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Kenya, Uganda, South Africa, China|
|March-May||India, Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Europe, Kenya, Uganda, South Africa, China, Mexico, Israel & Palestine
|June-August||India, Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Europe, Kenya, Uganda, South Africa, China, Mexico|
|September-November|| India, Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Europe, Kenya, Uganda, South Africa, China, Mexico, Israel & Palestine
Other Popular Destinations
|Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, Fiji, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Japan, Lebanon, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Russia, Turkey, Vietnam|
PLEASE NOTE: In order to increase their access to field productions, small nonprofits will be encouraged to piggyback on travelpools, meaning that they will cover costs particular to their travel needs, rather than sharing in the common travel costs of the travel pool.