Belize is home to the Barrier Reef Reserve System, a UNESCO World Heritage Site supporting the livelihoods of more than half of the country’s population. Even though protected, the reef is under pressure of exploitation that could impact the delicate balance between ecological and economic sustainability.
We’d like to collaborate with aligned partners committed to preserving our planet’s oceans and promoting courageous community efforts, especially led by women at the forefront of marine conservation. We will reach an international audience through our strategic approach to distribution and community engagement, including:
- Partnerships with influencers in conservation, women’s leadership, and social responsibility.
- Red carpet film festival screenings.
- Presentations at conferences and universities.
- Educational materials to facilitate conversations.
- National broadcast on public television.
- Digital release on streaming platforms.
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News and Press Coverage
Film participant Nadia Bood (World Wildlife Fund), Producer Phil Karp, and Director/Producer Eladio Arvelo chat about UNBELIZEABLUE at the SunUp on 7 morning show by 7NewsBelize.
Ambassador Michelle Kwan hosts a candid conversation about the themes of our film at the U.S. Embassy in Belize. Panelists: Senator Janelle Chanona (Oceana), Julie Robinson (The Nature Conservancy), Phil Karp (Producer), and Eladio Arvelo (Director/Producer).
Producers Phil Karp and Nyasha Laing chat about UNBELIZEABLUE at The Morning Show by Love FM Belize.
Producer Phil Karp, Director/Producer Eladio Arvelo, and Beverly Wade from the Belize Ministry of Blue Economy and Civil Aviation chat with 7 News Belize reporters to announce the start of film production for UNBELIZEABLUE.
Producer Shareef Haq chats with Love FM Belize reporter about the UNBELIZEABLUE storyline during a live broadcast on the final day of La Ruta Maya’s river challenge in Belize City.
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In compliance with MAR Fund’s grievance mechanism, if you feel negatively affected by the UNBELIZEABLUE film project, you can file a complaint using our online form. The filmmakers commit to providing you with a response within 30 days of receipt of your complaint.