We produce inspirational films about incredible people and organisations. We create promotional films, campaign films, short documentaries and longer form. Our mission is to get your story out to help you or your organisation benefit.
We empower organisations and communities in developing countries by producing inspiring local language films about wildlife conservation, we then use our bicycle powered cinema to get these films to people living in remote areas around the world, inspiring action where it is needed most.
We have created a Bicycle Powered Cinema, which enables us to show films by creating electricity from bicycles. We can hold spectacular cinema showings literally anywhere! From iconic cities to the remotest wild places. We run our own events and are available for hire.
Stand Up for Nature is a non-profit organisation founded by Zoologists Hannah Pollock & Jamie Unwin. We are both National Geographic Explorers and have worked as imaging ambassadors for some of the industry’s leading companies; Sony, Canon, Manfrotto and DJI. We pride ourselves in producing films to the highest standard. We are both incredibly passionate about protecting the natural world.
The vast majority of people living in developing countries do not get to see the countless wildlife films produced there. We have found a way to solve this problem. We have designed and built our very own bicycle-powered cinema, it is portable and allows us to show communities without access to electricity, wildlife films for the first time. The power of film is remarkable, and we have seen the positive effects it can have, a lot of our generation were inspired to love the natural world by watching wildlife documentaries. We want to use film in the same way but to inspire those best placed to protect some of the planets most precious wild places and wildlife.
The profits generated from our bicycle-powered cinema events in the UK support our conservation work abroad. We have received recognition from the Scientific Exploration Society, the Explorers Club and National Geographic for our work.