One episode of a series on endangered animals across the globe, Sweden, 2012. Permits and facilitation was done by Earthcare for the shoot in Delhi and Corbett National Park.
For Mike Charlton, Australia 2010. A one hour documentary looking at the ancient water harvesting/conservation practices used by farmers in India. Directed by Mike Charlton of Atlas Television, Dubai, Earthcare line produced this shoot in Punjab and Gujarat. This included connecting with the resource personas and setting up interviews apart from setting up the shoot and related logistics
A series on pioneers of Sustainable Development for Productions Vic Pelletier, Canada, 2009. Shot in Jaipur, Bangalore, Tamil Nadu (Dharmapuri).
Stories for the documentary series for Discovery on Climate change produced by Off The Fence, Singapore 2008 Shot in Rajasthan and Kerala.
Short human wildlife stories for this discovery series was shot all
India in 2006.
Series on Environment Heroes broadcast on National Geographic Television for Beyond Production, Australia, 2001-02 Shot in Kerala.
Film on Kazirnaga National Park for independent film maker, commissioned by Survival Anglia, UK, 1996-97
The biggest BBC wildlife show on India brought Earthcare close to it’s expertise area - wildlife. Krishnendu was involved in this show in 1996, producing some key sequences for this much awarded 6 X 1-hour documentary show.
A Swedish adaptation of BBC’s six-part series Land of the Tiger. Produced by Scandinature Films, Sweden in 1999. Earthcare provided the logistical support and coordinated the show. Shot in Kanha Tiger Resort MP, Lakshadweep.
In 1997-99, Earthcare researched and coordinated the first of it’s kind MTV style, shooting from the hip television show on wildlife and people. This Paramount Television production Wild Things , ran for 7 seasons and we line produced over 60 stories from India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. We covered all the big mammals, reptiles, including the rare King Cobra and the common monitor lizards in Sri Lanka. Earthcare support included, sourcing stories, on field researching them, permitting, fixing story tellers and logistically supporting the shoot.
A Fox Television Wild–People show in 1999. Earthcare researched and coordinated this show and helped produce over 10 stories. Shot in Bangalore, Baroda, Chennai, Rajasthan, Sri Lanka.