REEL Guyana’s latest documentary Eco Travellers premiered at MovieTowne in Georgetown, Guyana, last night at 5:30 p.m. (GYT), on October 29, 2021.
The documentary was produced by Alex Arjoon and Vicky Arjoon. Eco Travellers is about two men, Charlie Tokeley and Jonathan DeGroot, who travel along the Rupununi and visit various eco lodges. Along the way, they discover that a large part of Guyana’s tourism is linked to conservationism.
Eco Travellers will be shown for free at MovieTowne for the whole of November to celebrate Tourism Awareness Month. For those of you who can’t make it to MovieTowne, it will also have a digital release on YouTube.
The Split An Atom team were excited to provide audio post-production services for Eco Travellers. Hammy Havoc was re-recording mixer, dialogue editor, sound editor, foley artist, and provided additional music. I was re-recording mixer, dialogue editor, sound editor, assistant foley artist, and provided additional music. Bryan Desrosiers provided additional music, and he and Stuart Routledge were assistant re-recording mixers.
Other REEL Guyana projects Split An Atom has provided audio production services for are The Barima-Mora Passage (2020), Season 1 and Season 2 of Inside Reel (2019–2020), and Coast Land (2020).