A CAMBODIAN NATURE FILM
Episode One - The Kingdom of Nature
Get ready to fall in love with nature in Cambodia. In this film we travel with local naturalist, Chea Samban, as he takes us across Cambodia, The Kingdom of Nature. We explore Cambodia's varied ecosystem and unique wildlife, and stop to meet inspiring conservation heroes working to preserve nature. We strongly believe that high-quality wildlife media can help us change the way people interact with nature in Cambodia by inspiring pride in natural heritage and promoting conservation.
The film is narrated in Khmer, with English subtitles, and is the first high-quality nature production made in Cambodia. The film aims to inspire a sense of national pride in Cambodian biodiversity while promoting the conservation efforts of our partners. Learn more about our conservaiton partners and sponsors below.
This film is already the most watched nature film in Cambodia, but we have much bigger plans for our future. We hope to make many new films, shorts and educational videos. To help us make this happen, click here to donate or learn about our current sponsorship opportunities. You can even sponsor production of an educational film short.
FILM USAGE LICENSE
This film and its soundtrack are licensed for non-commercial online distribution only. We encourage you to share the film through social media, but if you would like to download the film or screen it publicly or privately for any purposes, please apply for a usage license.
Please note, in accordance with the Cambodian Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts, and international copyright laws, you may not download, distribute or screen this film or any part of it for any purposes without a license and written approval from Fauna in Focus.
Our film reached 1.1 million views through social media within in first month. This is a significant portion of the population, and represents views from individuals that are in a prime position to have a real impact on the future of wildlife and nature in Cambodia.
Today our film is already the most watched nature film in Cambodia, and is being used in university classrooms and schools around the country. It has been promoted by both the Cambodian Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts and the Ministry of Environment.