• About Us

    About Us

We ensure that when you arrive, your time is fully optimized. We can help you with location scouting, accessing individuals through our extensive network of contacts, manage travel logistics, plan your schedule, and fix any problems that Nepal is famous for throwing in your path.

Film Fixing in Nepal

We are very experienced Film Fixers in Nepal. We have nearly fifteen years of experience in filmmaking in Nepal. During this time we have stepped into all the kinds of pits that filmmakers tend to fall into and have come out much the wiser. Our combined experiences probably makes us the most qualified film fixers in Nepal.

Our strength lies in the fact that we are filmmakers ourselves based and working in Nepal. We therefore understand the needs and requirements of film crews and at the same time are fully aware of the local working conditions.

Our strength also lies in the fact that over the years either filming or fixing, we have developed very good contacts in most areas of Nepal. We have nurtured excellent and cordial working relations with various local authorities and civil society members. Our efficiency combined with the networking we have developed on the ground will ensure that you have seamless filming experience in Nepal.

We have very good interpersonal and mutually trustworthy relationship with local film crews, vendors supplying gear on hire and talent agencies. Working with us makes it that much easier because of the good associations that we have developed over the years with reliable third party groups.

Our Team

Ramyata Limbu

Ramyata Limbu

ramyatal@yahoo.com

+977 9851102756


Ramyata Limbu is an award winning filmmaker and a journalist with ‘Daughters of Everest’ and ‘Sari Soldiers’ to her credit. She is also the director of the Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival and has assisted many filming teams in fulfilling their filming quest in Nepal. Ramyata through her visibility among the media fraternity in Nepal has extensive networking across the country and has the keys to doors that many foreign filmmakers covet in order to get access to difficult stories and hard to reach people. With Ramyata on your side, chances are that you will get all of what you need for your story – you can bet on it.
Dinesh Deokota

Dinesh Deokota

dineshdeokota@gmail.com

+977 9851050915


Dinesh Deokota travels a lot in Nepal and makes documentary films on his travels. He has done a lot of development films for many agencies including the United Nations, Amnesty International and WWF, ActionAid, ICIMOD etc. and has also worked in India a great deal. Due to the nature of his work, Dinesh has a very good grasp of the local filming conditions and like Ramyata, has built a good working relations on the ground with local authorities, youth clubs and civil society groups. From a fixers point of view, Dinesh is a very good logistician and can get things done and done on time – no worries! A great person to have on a shoot.
Tripple P Gurung

Tripple P Gurung

tripplegrg@hotmail.com

+977 9851038325


Tripple P Gurung was once a pilot who flew his aircraft all over Nepal and has seen the country from the air. Today he walks all over Nepal with his adventure related business and is familiar with the country on foot. Tripple’s strength is in his management skills and his no nonsense approach to planning and its execution – no pun intended. He is a great laugh before and after work but a driven professional when at it. He is one of the best resource person to have on a shoot because of his ability to literally move mountains and have no one notice him doing it. It’s just the way he works – professional to the last.

List of Companies We Have Work With

BBC (UK)

BBC (UK)

Mountains series with Mira Rai the ultra marathon runner as a feature.

Natgeo (Australia)

Natgeo (Australia)

Roam TV series (Two Aussie travellers showcase Nepal)

Canadian Broadcasting Service (Canada)

Canadian Broadcasting Service (Canada)

(Earthquake features and reporting)

Good Morning Films

Good Morning Films

Two TVC’s for the Economist Magazine

ITV

ITV

Man and Beast (Celebrity Martin Clunes explores human and Animal relations in Nepal)

Mexica Media (Sweden)

Mexica Media (Sweden)

Six degrees of separation - Two of Sweden’s biggest TV celebs go via Nepal in search of Gordon Ramsay the angry chef.

PBS

PBS

Sacred (A Film on the cycle of a human being’s life)

Mega TV (Greece)

Mega TV (Greece)

Warzone (Documentary on the civil war in Nepal)

Buffalo Films

Buffalo Films

Man and Beast (Celebrity Martin Clunes explores human and Animal relations in Nepal)

Aljazeera (Doha)

Aljazeera (Doha)

Red God’s Priest (Priest soothes a community after the earthquake)

UNICEF (Regional)

UNICEF (Regional)

Earthquake stories

Channel News Asia (Singapore)

Channel News Asia (Singapore)

Documentary on the April 25, 2015 earthquake

J Walter Thompson Worldwide

J Walter Thompson Worldwide

Pepsi Party – TVC

Propagandeur Productions / Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong)

Propagandeur Productions / Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong)

TVC on banking practices of Standard Chartered Bank.

Mercy Corps International (UK headquarters)

Mercy Corps International (UK headquarters)

Vignettes – Five short films on girl students in Nepal.
  • We take the stress, Leaving you with the freedom to create

    We take the stress,
    Leaving you with the freedom to create