SHOOT IN THE ALPS


Website: http://www.shootinthealps.com
Products & Services: Other


Shoot in The Alps is a film and photo facilitating company operating in the European Alps. With the region straddling five national borders the company works between France, Italy, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia as if they were a single geographic entity.

The company's database includes year-round snow locations, mountain chalets, modern architecture, extreme sports locations, magical forests and breathless scenery that it can make accessible to any crew.

Providing solutions to every possible logistical need for film and photo productions, Shoot in the Alps handles everything from location scouting, specialised crews, stunt people, mountain safety experts and helicopters, to warm cups of espresso at the top of a glacier. Its strength lies in detailed knowledge of the alpine territory provided by a network of professionals who live and work in the region throughout the year.

The company's connections and expert knowledge allows clients to make the right decisions when planning, choosing locations and the equipment required.
 
When did you join EOCA? August 2012

Why our company is involved with EOCA? We live, work and play in the great natural environment that is the Alps and we feel the need to do something to mantain it and if possible to make it even better.

 
What else do we do to support conservation?Each year for the past two years we heve been supproting different groups and activities in the Alpine regioin. We've supported Mountain Wilderness Italy, Monte Rosa mountain guides for cleaning up one of the main glacial rivers.

 
If you are an individual who loves the great outdoors and would like to support our projects, please click the donate button below. During 2017, all money donated will fund tree planting in Nepal as part of our 2 Million Tree Project.
We’re delighted to have been supported by the European Outdoor Conservation Association, who have been
an excellent partner and whose support has enabled us to divert more much-needed funds into local projects.
Dr Matthias Hammer, Biosphere Expeditions