Earth Angels
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Introduction

As humans, we are drawn to beauty. As humans with a conscience, we are drawn to capturing impactful actions with the hopes of making the world a better place. Earth Angels have a social media audience into the tens of millions. Our Earth Angels Destination Change documentary series will use this incredible resource to its full potential, creating real positive change, highlighting the beauty, pain and courageous people fighting for change.

Earth Angels will appear in films, working alongside award winning filmmakers producing much needed ‘content-for-good.’ The core of our content will cover many global issues including: endangered species, poaching, climate change, global fisheries collapse, ocean pollution, homelessness, sex-trafficking, media of false flags, gender equality, child mortality, hunger, resource migration, disease pandemics, nuclear security, cybersecurity, pollinators, universal education, factory farming, biosecurity and many other issues in need of the spotlight. These films will be used as a tool to raise millions of dollars for the most efficient and effectively run not-for-profit organisations in the world, to support the illumination of global issues.

Once the films are finished Earth Angels will disrupt distribution by pushing short video clips and film trailers to millions of global citizens, using their global reach to change the world, while illuminating the importance of “content for good.” Earth Angels are held to a strict code of conduct in order to comply with the highest values of Earth Angels while they become a beacon of light, hope and change for good.

Our films will have a powerful launch into television, digital streaming, education and interfaith global distribution by using brand integration and social media channels. In addition Earth Angels will support the film and media campaigns for red carpet events, film festivals and world premieres. The world will come to know all about Earth Angels via the continuous campaign of press-and-media releases we have planned to support our endeavours.

Earth Angels Destination Change

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Follow Earth Angels around the globe as we travel with the world's most beautiful models, seeking solutions to our greatest obstacles. Combining documentary, high end photoshoots and short highly shareable digital content, our goal is to create a beautiful and inspiring series that creates maximum reach and maximum impact.

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Earth Angels will work with boots on the ground with associated non-profit organisations while on location filming. The films will be used as a tool to raise millions of dollars for the most efficient and effectively run not-for-profit organisations in the world, to support the illuminating of global issues.

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Endangered Species - Africa

Some of the worlds most beloved animals are going extinct. Kenya is known for its safaris and national parks. With elephants facing so many threats, it’s no surprise we find them on the endangered species list. Some of the main struggles they face are poaching, loss of habitation and lack of water. Big cats that you hope to see on these safaris are either on the threatened or endangered list. Because of the rise in temperatures, cheetahs are having a hard time reproducing, extreme droughts are bringing tick born diseases to lions, and big cats overall are facing a world of new problems. Giraffe numbers are dwindling across Africa because of poaching and habitat loss caused by human population growth, according to wildlife experts, and it's happening largely unnoticed. As humans come into contact with chimpanzees more readily through bushmeat availability and open-access logging roads, the spread of zoonotic diseases such as Ebola, a deadly hemorrhagic fever, threaten both human and ape populations.

  • Elephants

  • Rhinos

  • Lions, Cheetahs, Leopards

  • Giraffes

  • Chimpanzee

Our Oceans

Life began in our oceans and remains today fundamental to our existence. The oceans awe inspiring power and abundance often overshadows its equally fragile nature. Our oceans are in trouble and without immediate action we are in real danger of losing the underwater world that sustains life on earth forever. 

In the past 50 years we have lost 90% of the oceans fish and half of our coral reefs have disappeared. Even now, it is not to late, if we are vigilant, if we all become ambassadors for change we can restore our wild and magnificent oceans, as we are the caretakers of the planet and in order to have a healthy planet we need healthy oceans.

“No Blue, No Green, No Ocean, No Earth” - Sylvia Earl

  • Bahamas

    • Endangered Giant Hammerheads

    • Shark Research Conservation Centre

    • Dolphin and Manta Conservation

    • Tiger Shark Conservation   

  • Mexico

    • World Heritage listed Marine Park Calbo Pulmo Conservation

    • Endangered Totoaba Fish, Sea Dome Conservation

    • Endangered Great White Shark Research and Conservation

    • Endangered Giant Manta Conservation

    • Shark Finning and Illegal Poaching Protection Program

    • Grass Roots child education and community conservation efforts

  • Cuba

    • Coral Reef Conservation

    • Endangered Giant Grouper Conservation

    • Crocodile Conservation

  • Cocos Island – Costa Rica

    • Marine Park Conservation

    • Shark protection project and illegal poaching efforts

    • Deep Sea Exploration – Subersible voyage to the deep

  • Indonesia, PNG

    • Coral Triangle Reef Conservation

    • Turtle Research and Conservation

  • Palau

    • Turtle Research

    • Jelly Fish Lakes

    • Shark Conservation

    • Reef Conseravtion

    • Illegal trade in marine jewellery and product

  • Tonga

    • Humpback Whale Research

    • Whale swimming

  • Dominica Republic

    • Sperm Whale Conservation

    • Whale swimming

  • Pacific Ocean

    • Great Plastic Garbage Vortex – Plastic Clean up

  • The High Arctic

    • Polar Bear Conservation

    • Sea Bird Conservation

    • The front line of global warming

  • Antarctica

    • Giant Penguin Research

    • Leopard Seal Conservation

    • Japanese whale hunting

  • China

    • Fish Markets - Illegal poaching and trade

  • Australia

    • Great Barrier Reef – coral reef research and protection

    • Minke Whale Research and protection

    • Shark Conservation and protection

  • Japan

    • Dolphin Slaughter for Sea World

    • Captive dolphin industry

  • North Atlantic - The Foroe Islands

    • Pilot Whale Slaughter

  • World Wide

    • "Hope Spots" are the breading ground of our oceans that are not yet protected under any law or country. Much needed public pressure is needed for governments to add protection areas for these important conservation sites.

Animals as Entertainment - Thailand

Animals in the entertainment world live a life of torture and deprivation. They are often kept in cages too small for them and are forced to work long hours without food, water or rest. These animals are separated from there families at young ages and killed when they become sick or too old to perform.

  • Tiger Entertainment

  • Elephant Artists

  • Dancing Monkeys

Melting Ice Caps - The High Arctic

Everyone is well aware of the relationship between global warming and the rising sea levels. With Alaska’s glaciers rapidly melting it creates a substantial problem for both humans and animals. Scientists from the University of Alaska have calculated that the state will receive roughly a foot of water every seven years due to the melting glaciers. With less ice and more water, animals such as polar bears are drowning in the search of finding resting points. The rising water means flooding in costal communities and more severe storms.

Deforestation - Brazil

Rainforests play a huge role in helping stabilize the earth’s climate. The problem is as we emit higher carbon levels we’re also deforesting the rainforest making it impossible for these dense jungles to keep up with regulating climate. Brazil is home to the largest area of the Amazon Rainforest which houses 10% of species known to the world. The good news is there are people fighting to protect this magical place. But even if we can save it from deforestation it still faces droughts and other threats. 70% of the earths land is used to produce grain primarily to feed the animals we eat.

Deforestation is indeed the primary threat to the orangutan, a species of great ape known for its keen intelligence and the fact that it's the largest animal to live primarily in trees. The result has been the loss of some 80 percent of the orangutans' habitat in just the last two decades.

Domestic Animal Welfare Abuse

In the last twenty years, researchers and advocates have learned a lot about how pet abuse and domestic violence are related, and how important this relationship is for early identification of both human and animal victims of abuse. Over time, some information may have become distorted or oversimplified. Multiple studies have found that from 49% to 71% of battered women reported that their pets had been threatened, harmed, and or killed by their partners. In a national survey, 85% of domestic violence shelters indicated that women coming to their facilities told of incidents of pet abuse.

Global Warming Effects on Food Production - India

With India having such a large coastal line, it is a country more vulnerable to global warming. They have already experienced devastating floods in their crop fields as well as severe droughts. The countries who will experience the tragedies of global warming the most are the poorer countries. The countries who can’t afford to loose crops or homes, and who can’t withstand the rising heat. The countries like vibrant India.

Human Trafficking - USA

An estimated 600,000 to 800,000 people are trafficked throughout the world every year. Many sex trafficking victims are brought into the industry between the ages of 12 to 14 years old and there are an estimated 20 million slaves in the world today. This is a global issue happening all over the world, even in the United States of America.

The Ivory Trade - China

The demand for ivory to make decorative items, jewelry, and trinkets is pushing elephants to the brink of extinction. Burgeoning demand fuels poaching and trafficking, both of which are as dangerous as global arms, human and drug trafficking. In addition to supporting anti-poaching measures, Earth Angels Destination Change will address all the links in the ivory chain, from source to transit to consumption.

Homelessness - USA

There are many different reasons for why people become homeless such as escaping abuse, veterans with disabilities from war, mental illness, etc. The government hasn’t come up with a good plan to end homelessness in America, but there are people who have. It is inexcusable for a country so rich to go to sleep with children on the street.

Prison System - USA

One of the purposes of prison is to rehabilitate inmates preparing them to be reunited with society. However, 4 out of 10 prisoners will end up back in prison within 3 years of being released. Jails and prisons in the United States are packed with mentally ill who should be in hospitals, and addicts in desperate need of rehabilitation facilities.

Adopt Don’t Shop - USA

There are so many pets that need homes in the United States. 4 to 5 million are killed every year. By shopping in pet stores rather than shelters, you’re supporting the production of more animals while there are already so many loosing their lives.  Animals from pet stores usually come from breeders where the animals are mistreated and inbreed resulting in health issues down the road.

Meat Factories - USA

Meat factories use around 16,000 litres of water to produce 1kg of beef. Livestock is accountable for 18% of green house gas admission, which is 40% more than all forms of transportation combined.

And many more…

CREATIVE TEAM ATTACHED

The independently operated multi award winning filmmakers, talent and crew Earth Angels Agency have partnered with, have created films that have been nominated for Academy Awards and have been a huge force in the largest film festival market including top awards at Sundance, Cannes, Berlin and Toronto. Their films and TV projects have screened in theatres, television networks, Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, globally as well as at The White House, The Pentagon, The Vatican, DAVOS and universities around the world.

Upcoming Films

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Climate Refugees 2

The highly anticipated sequel to the award winning film Climate Refugees. The new film titled Climate Refugees 2.

“A film about the human face of climate change.”

Climate Refugees 2 is an important and timely documentary that investigates the unbelievable plight of people around the world displaced by climatically-induced environmental disasters. The film will continue where the first multi award winning film “Climate Refugees” stopped. The global documentary will illuminate the human face of climate change as civilization now finds itself, facing the confluence of overpopulation, lack of resources and a changing climate.

Climate Refugees 2 will be a proactive, solutions based documentary that will illuminate a blue print, next steps forward approach to litigate, mitigate and adapt to our changing world.

 
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The Jaws Effect

Forget Vampires, Tsunami Disasters or Zombie Apocalypses, the Great White Shark has been universally feared since the making of the blockbuster movie Jaws in 1975. Considered one of the greatest films ever made, Jaws became the highest grossing film of all time, until the release of Star Wars.

While there should be no doubt its intention was to entertain and be seen as the creative genius of fiction that it was, it unfortunately has also created a forty-year publicity nightmare for world-wide shark populations.

Earth Angles mission through this documentary is to delve in to some of the misconceptions surrounding sharks today and educate viewers on the plight of the Great White shark. 

Travelling to the shark nurseries of Guadalupe, Mexico with leading marine biologists and activists we will discover the true nature of the Great White Shark.

Through cage diving and deploying a maned submersible to venture deep in to the unknown world of the Great White shark we will document and witness first-hand the habits and behaviours of this incredible apex predator.

Since the 1950’s we have lost 90% of sharks from our oceans, if we lose the apex predators, we in turn will witness the collapse of the ocean ecosystem in our lifetime, sealing not only the fate of our oceans but life on earth as we know it. 

 
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The Next Fight

The Next Fight documentary written by Pamela Martin, is based on the giant manta gill-plate trade and how it is decimating a species.

We are losing the fight to save global shark populations due to factory fishing practices and our unquenchable thirst for shark fin soup. As shark populations decrease the need to find alternative products has begun in the form of the manta gill-plate trade.

 
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The Emperors Last Meal

Documenting the fight to save the apex predator of our oceans; Costa Rica.

The Earth Angels team heads to Costa Rica to tell the tragic story of dwindling world shark populations and the fight to save the apex predator of our oceans. Since the 1950’s we have lost 90% of sharks from our oceans, if we lose the apex predators, we in turn will witness the collapse of the ocean ecosystem in our lifetime, sealing not only the fate of our oceans, but life on earth as we know it. 

The ecosystem is like playing dominos on a grand scale. The carry-on effect of losing an apex predator, such as the shark, means the rest of the ecosystem would soon follow suit.

 
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Homeless

Nixon is an multi-award-winning film maker, producer and philanthropist with over 2 decades experience in Hollywood and global productions. He is co-founder of the G.O.A.L. (Gift Of A Life) Advocacy Foundation – a homeless outreach organization founded in Los Angeles in 2006. G.O.A.L. provides outreach, care, recovery and housing solutions for handicapped homeless women. 

After over a decade on the front line of the homeless crisis in Los Angeles, Nixon is ready to tell... 

Each episode will highlight a different aspect of the global homeless crisis. Why some countries have it, other countries donʼt and what we can learn from their successes and failures. 

HOMELESS explores perspectives from experts in human science, political factors and governance, geocentric trends and the rise of global wealth and poverty. We will hear unique stories of peoples path to homelessness and stories from the first responders, care givers, and those involved in the homeless industry. We see how mental health and governance factor into the homeless equation. 

 
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Clean

If someone is found in the possession of less than a 10-day supply of anything from marijuana to heroin, he or she is sent to a three-person Commission for the Dissuasion of Drug Addiction, typically made up of a lawyer, a doctor and a social worker. The commission recommends treatment or a minor fine; otherwise, the person is sent off without any penalty. A vast majority of the time, there is no penalty.

Fourteen years after decriminalization, Portugal has not been run into the ground by a nation of drug addicts. In fact, by many measures, it's doing far better than it was before. 

This film explores first hand the dramatic effects of this policy, with Earth Angels front and center in the investigation. We will look for answers to the difficult questions surrounding the taboo of drug use, the effects it has on families and cultures, and the individuals who have been saved first hand by the government’s otherwise risky policies. 

 
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The Very Last Forest in Brazil 

About half of the world's tropical forests have been cleared, according to the FAO. Forests currently cover about 30 percent of the world’s landmass, according to National Geographic. The Earth loses 18.7 million acres of forests per year, which is equal to 27 soccer fields every minute, according to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). It is estimated that 15 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions come from deforestation. 

If deforestation continues at its current rate, the entire Amazon Rainforest will be depleted by the end of the 21st century. Some of the valuable fruits, spices and other plants that this gem yields include coconuts, avocados, lemons, grapefruit, bananas, guavas, figs, oranges, pineapples, mangos, tomatoes, corn, potatoes, rice, black pepper, cayenne pepper, chocolate, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, sugar cane, turmeric, coffee, vanilla nuts and cashew nuts. 

Incredibly, about 25% of the modern prescription drugs that come from plants actually hail from rainforest vegetation. These include drugs that tackle cancer, AIDS symptoms, viruses and infections.

 
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Riff Raff

Concept: Hosted by Keanu Reeves or Johnny Depp 

“Riff Raff” is a docuseries that chronicles music history from the unique perspective of the band members behind the frontmen and women. Musical geniuses whose presence may often have been overshadowed, but whose input was essential to creating the sound and shape of the songs. Riff Raff brings these people’s stories to the fore, showcasing their riffs, melodies and talents, and a great deal of what makes them tick.

We are including a humanitarian companion project, where musicians from the show help build social infrastructure by giving musical instruments to burdened communities both domestic and foreign, with help from a musical instrument sponsor like Guitar Center. This separate documentary project with Earth Angels Agency will serve to build awareness about ongoing community issues in multiple countries. It will also generate a separate revenue stream that will continue to serve these communities.