We use the art of film making to create a healthier planet for all species. We focus on stories with bright solutions. We commit to make honest, deeply researched, and groundbreaking films that can nurture and evolve our culture. We do our best to showcase most reliable and proven options for advanced transportation, housing and food and we commit to share that with the world.
Beezhan Tulu, a highly motivated and talented filmmaker with an endless amount of energy and creativity began his work as a freelance journalist at age 16. He traveled around the world as a freelance Editor and Director of Photography for many years, producing a weekly program that aired in 42 different cable TV stations. His work has been aired in Discovery Channel, online Warner Brother TV shows, NBC, CNN, French Channel 1 TV Station, Fox, ... He has shot 10 documentaries in the last 2 years on the health of the planet. Two of these films "350, The Most Important Number", & "Cancer. What Is The Truth?" is ready on distribution. The rest are in post production phase.
2013, "Cancer. What Is The Truth?, (Filmmaker)
2013, "Power", (Developing editor and developing cameraman)
2012, "Passive House, A Building Revolution" (Cameraman)
2012, "350, The Most Important Number" (Filmmaker)
2008, "Warner Brothers online TV shows" (Editor/Director of Photography)
2007, "Technostorks", (Editor), Winner of best health documentary at NY FF
2006,Discovery Channel's "Racer Girlz", (Cameraman, Editor)
2005, "The American Elm" (Editor), Selected by Berkshire International Film Festival
2004, Gandhi Brigade "5 short films" (Director, Cameraman), Screened at AFI
2004, "Flight", (Filmmaker), Selected by Takoma Park & DC Film Festival
2003, "The Fire Inside" (Filmmaker), Selected by Takoma International Film Festival.