Patrick Rouxel Filmmaker for environmental conservation

Beruang Madu

Beruang Madu means Honey Bear in Indonesian, the name given to the Sun Bear which can be found across SE Asia. This short educational film was commissioned by KWPLH  (Kawasan Wisata Pendidikan Lingkungan Hidup) based outside of Balikpapan in East Kalimantan. It is now part of its educational exhibition where visitors and school children come to learn about the sun bears. The film was made for the Indonesian audience, it is deliberately didactic and informative.

11 min  - 2011 -  Indonesian version with English sub-titles

Acknowledgments for the shoot

  • Gabriella Fredrikson (KWPLH, advise on film content and writing of the narration)
  • Femke Den Haas (JAAN, advise and support)
  • Patrick Anderson (advise and support)
  • Avi Mahaningtyas  (advise and support)
  • Dave Hodgkin (advise and support)

Acknowledgments for the post-production

  • Frédéric Sanchez del Rio (music composer)
  • Yoann Copinet (technical supervision and video management)
  • Simon Apostolou (sound design and mix)
  • Cendrine Vincent (colour grading)
  • Rani Usher (Indonesian voice-over)
  • Christine Renaud and Marie-Claude Cazin (Tawak Pictures)
  • Jacques Bled (Mac Guff Ligne)
  • Marcos Requena (Serena Digital)

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