Consultancy & Media Production

The Arabian Oryx Documentary

The Approach:
Our mission was to craft a documentary that would not just showcase the enchanting Arabian Oryx but also the remarkable process of releasing these antelopes into the wild. It was an exploration of nature, a tale of adaptation, and a story of hope.

We began by immersing ourselves in the environment, capturing the untamed beauty of the wild, and getting up close and personal with the Arabian Oryx. Our team of dedicated professionals ventured into the heart of the wilderness, armed with cameras and a passion for storytelling.

The challenge was to do justice to the vision of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, who initiated this program three decades ago. We had to encapsulate the essence of his dedication to environmental conservation and create a film that would not only educate but also inspire.


The Challenge:
Producing a documentary that would truly honor the legacy of Sheikh Zayed and the incredible journey of the Arabian Oryx was no small task. We needed to ensure that every frame captured the beauty of these animals and the significance of their release into the wild.

Our challenge was to make this film distinctive and captivating. It wasn’t just about documenting the process; it was about creating an emotional connection between the viewers and the Arabian Oryx. We wanted every person watching to feel the awe-inspiring beauty of these creatures and the importance of conservation efforts.


The Result:
The documentary, aptly named “The Arabian Oryx,” was a triumph. It wasn’t just a film; it was a visual masterpiece that stirred the hearts of all who watched it. Produced for the Abu Dhabi Environment Agency, it achieved more than we could have hoped for.

The film resonated deeply with the public, especially environmental enthusiasts and stakeholders. It wasn’t just about the Arabian Oryx; it was about our shared responsibility to protect our environment and the creatures that call it home. “The Arabian Oryx” became a powerful tool for education and a source of inspiration for conservation efforts.