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Supporters

We’re so grateful for the support we’ve already received for this expedition and documentary…

If you’d also like to support independent journalism, conservation storytelling, and environmental and social justice then please check out our expedition video (below) and invest in our documentary crowdfunder.

We need your support to make this documentary the best it can be and to reach as wide an audience as possible. We can’t thank you enough.


This independent film and expedition would not be possible without the support, mentorship and encouragement we've been generously given.

In particular we would like to thank the Scientific Exploration Society and Neville Shulman CBE for their sponsorship, as we are the very fortunate recipients of the SES Neville Shulman Film Award 2018. This crucial grant funded our expedition and equipment, without which this documentary could not have been possible. Thank you to the SES team and Neville!

We would also like to say a special thank you to the native communities of Shintuya, Shipetiari, Diamante and Isla de los Valles for allowing us to visit and interview, and for your generosity. Another special thanks to Patricio Zanabria, Eduardo Salazar Moreira, and Luke Robertson for your invaluable support. You went above and beyond - for that we are incredibly grateful.

We would also like to thank our sponsors, itison.com, for their generous donation to our expedition, and to TentMeals who supplied us with high-energy, vegetarian expedition food and who continue to be active supporters: your cheerleading lifts our spirits and keeps us going.

If you represent a like-minded brand or organisation that cares about the natural world and supporting women in the creative industry, then please get in touch so we can discuss how you can become involved in our documentary as a sponsor. There are also rewards specifically designed for organisations on our crowdfunder page, so please check these out too.


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To join the adventure and follow the story as it unfolds, find us on social media:

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We need your help to shout about the environmental and social injustice in the Amazon and to help give indigenous people a voice.

Thank you again!