Why Isn’t the Film Free?

October 3, 2014

Aluna was made by a team of 34 people working in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia, and a London office team of (usually) 3 people, plus the work of a composer, film editors and a major London post-production house. Of course it would be wonderful to have ALUNA translated, dubbed and subtitled in […]


Aluna is Here

October 1, 2014

Aluna is now available for you to watch, download and share. You can download it in many territories, and it is available on DVD from Amazon in the UK and the USA. Click on this link to find it www.alunathemovie.com/find Other countries, including Latin America, will follow soon.


Reaction to Aluna’s US Premiere

March 20, 2014

Following the very successful sell-out US premiere of Aluna at the Encompass Paradigm Shifts Science & Arts Festival in Brooklyn, NY, Ric Reil from New York City posted the following message:- “My immediate reaction to your film is that it’s a masterpiece and you’ve made one of the most important environmental films of all time. […]


Aluna 2013

January 13, 2014

After some extensive re-editing at the end of 2012 Aluna got off to a great start in 2013 with sold out festival showings at both Helsinki Docpoint and Tallinn Docpoint. Alan Ereira the Director then took the film up north to the home of the Sami people in Finnish Lapland where the first film made […]


“Beyond El Dorado: power and gold in ancient Colombia”

November 7, 2013

The British Museum exhibition, “Beyond El Dorado: power and gold in ancient Colombia” advertises itself with a picture of an astonishing Tairona gold piece. It is described as an “anthropomorphic pectoral”. When making my original film, I asked the Cacique Mama, Mama Valencia, which object from the Gold Museum the Kogi would most like to […]