LookBermuda is today announcing its AirportArt project. This project has secured the rights to install large scale art installations on all open wall spaces throughout the Bermuda International Airport to enhance the travelers experience and their first and last impressions of the island. Click Here for more information.
After 5+ years in production the LookBermuda | LookFilms team has officially launched its latest film: The Story of the Sea Venture: Downings Wreck. Public screenings will follow over the next few months including a series at the BUEI starting on May 29th.
Here is the 2013 Convening of Parliament Virtual Tour produced by LookBermuda as part of its' ongoing Series:
Please contact us for prints of the poster version below:
Whilst our LookBermuda team was out filming Sargasso with a crew from the BBC in October this local dolphin pod came to visit us on multiple occasions over a 3 week period at multiple locations around the platform, with up to several dozen in the pod. Local fishermen at the time reported seeing 100+
This is the most local dolphin activity we have seen in quite a while!:
LookBermuda photographer Jean-Pierre Rouja recently produced the photography for the historic Chelston Estate, a world-class family compound which has been listed by Sinclair Realty, the exclusive Bermuda affiliate for Christie's International Real Estate.
A clip from a humpback whale encounter this spring.
We later found out that this was the famous "Magical Whale" which had starred in Andrew Stevenson's film and hadn't been seen in several years.
We will posting more to this story so please check back-
"I am pleased to lend my support to the work of the LookBermuda Educational Media Foundation.
Their efforts to visually document Bermuda's unique heritage, history and culture has opened up that world in a way that captures the attention and imagination of our young people and ensures that generations in the future will also understand the importance of sustaining our Island home.
This film on the Cahow, Bermuda's National Bird, will be an asset to schools as they lead students through the local curriculum.
I thank the Foundation and Jean Pierre Rouja for this contribution that will help to make teaching and learning in Bermuda even more interesting.
Dame Jennifer Smith, DBE, JP, DHumL, MP, Minister of Education.”
Half a century of Herculean effort to increase the perilously small numbers of Bermuda's endemic cahow has culminated in this project's most remarkable achievement relocating a colony of the species to the safety of higher ground onto the island of Nonsuch in Castle Harbour.
Tonight a film entitled "Higher Ground" the Cahow Translocation Project will be launched, focusing on this unique management programme designed by Conservation Office Jeremy Madeiros to save Bermuda's national bird, and to safeguard its future.
JP Rouja of LookBermuda, the media company which produced Higher Ground, said: “The film follows the work of the translocation project between 2005 and 2010 as the team move chicks from the crumbling outlying islands and create a new and secure nesting colony on the island of Nonsuch.”
The film, the making of which was supported by Hannover Life Re, Butterfield and Vallis, the Audubon Society and BZS, will be broadcast on LookTV Cable Vision channel 001, online at LookBermuda.com and as an interactive curriculum asset through the LookBermuda Educational Media Foundation for the Public, Private and Home Schools.
It is showing Thursday evening at BUEI, for VIPs, Sponsors and Educators.
Anyone that has not received an invitation and is interested should send an email via the form on LookBermuda.com to be added to the list for future screenings.
The Bermuda Sloop Foundation, The National Museum and LookBermuda collaborate. An educational film charting the discovery and conservation of Bermuda’s shipwrecks has been launched. The short documentary — Reefs, Wrecks and Renegades: A Journey of Discovery Aboard The Spirit of Bermuda — has been made by the Bermuda Sloop Foundation, National Museum of Bermuda and LookBermuda. It follows the journey of 500 Middle 3 students who took part in the research project through five-day learning expeditions aboard the Spirit of Bermuda.
LookBermuda has launched a series of educational documentaries in partnership with the Ministry of Education covering Bermuda’s rich history, heritage and environment... The ongoing series of films will be integrated into both the public and private curriculums in Bermuda.
Film project is added to school curriculum: : The LookBermuda production company has teamed up with Government to bring their educational films to the public school curriculum.