Proposed border walls, a war on drugs and illegal immigration; Mexico has barely been out of international headlines this year. As international media outlets clamour for a piece of the action, fixers and journalists in the country are busier than ever. We have all seen stories of gun violence, desperate migrants and family separations play […]

homosexuality in kenya

Screening of a film portraying a homosexual romance in Kenya is adding pressure for changes to the country’s restrictive legislation. Will Kenya follow India and repeal its anti-homosexuality laws? And what will this mean for film making in the country? “Give thanks to freedom of expression!!!! WE DID IT!” Tweeted Kenyan film director Wanuri Kahiu. […]

women behind the camera

The media industry is still failing to address lack of female representation behind the camera 2018 is widely celebrated as a year of unprecedented progress for female professionals in the media industry. Production houses pledge their support for gender equality left right and centre, and #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have dominated headlines- and rightly so! Yet, […]

Can documentary film makers and journalists take the lead in human rights campaigns, or are we taking advantage of refugee suffering?

We take a look at some of the most challenging locations to film, hearing from those who have braved them.

Media production takes us to all corners of the globe. From sweltering deserts, to sub-zero ice caves; the bustling metropolis to remote highlands; members of World Fixer have seen it all. We asked fixers, journalists, and producers to reflect on the best and most challenging locations they have filmed in.   Mandy Li, Fixer, China […]

Inter-Korea relations appear to be making progress, will this open up more filming opportunities in North Korea? In August a group of mostly elderly South Koreans crossed into North Korea to reunite with family members many haven’t seen nor heard from since the Korean War broke out 68 years ago. The reunion has excited global […]