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AMOS The Movie: One man’s journey to take the impossible picture

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“We pursue the most iconic wildlife, from the Polar bear in the High Arctic and the Narwhal, to free diving with Leopard seals in Antarctica. From all these expeditions, we’ve learned that you - “the enemy of all fear is knowledge and experience”. I mentor my guests with what I have learned…to respect, admire and obey the unwritten law of nature.”
Antarctic Peninsula

AMOS The Movie: One man’s journey to take the impossible picture

AMOS The Movie: One man’s journey to take the impossible picture 

On July 28th wildlife photographer Amos Nachoum will set out on a journey to the Arctic, in order to complete the filming of AMOS the Movie. The documentary will tell the unique story of Amos Nachoum - a man that has dedicated his life to capturing impossible photographs. His work is what he believes can dispel myths and fears, and prove that man and wildlife can coexist in harmony.

“We pursue the most iconic wildlife, from the Polar bear in the High Arctic and the Narwhal, to free diving with Leopard seals in Antarctica. From all these expeditions, we’ve learned that you - “the enemy of all fear is knowledge and experience”. I mentor my guests with what I have learned…to respect, admire and obey the unwritten law of nature.”

Amos Nachoum

Amos Nachoum (BigAnimals expeditions) won twice, first place at the BBC - Wildlife Photographer Of The Year at the Animal Behavior Category, and First Place at the national APA Competition. If you believe in dreams, in the power of nature and in our obligation to protect it, we invite you to contribute to this inspiring project.

The goal of this production? 

Human inspiration, social education, and raising awareness about the Arctic. The production will be filming in the Canadian High Arctic this coming July.

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