Americas Cup Bermuda 2017 - Promo Video

Americas Cup - Bermuda from LookBermuda | LookFilms on Vimeo.

This video was co-produced by LookBermuda | LookFilms and Shooter & Scribe Productions for the Bermuda Tourism Authority.

Stock footage is from the LookBermuda fim archive, naration is by Glenn Jones, music by Felix Tod and digital renderings by Onsite Engineering.

It includes recent Newport to Bermuda sailing footage filmed by a collective of Bermuda Production Companies including teams from LookBermuda, Shooter & Scribe and Bermuda Aerial Media pulled together by LookBermuda.

CahowCam wins 1st place in 2014 TechAwards


Our CahowCam wins 1st prize in the 2014 TechAwards for " Innovation of the Year - Local market focus" !!!

This also belongs to Jeremy Madeiros and the team at  The Department of Conservation Services, and is made possible by the support of Ascendant and their solar power and Logic Communications wireless internet.

Congrats to who tied with us for 1st place!

View our Live CahowCam here and follow this link for details of the project on our dedicated Nonsuch Island website.

HumpBack Whales

A clip from a humpback whale encounter this spring.

We later found out that this was the famous "Magical Whale" which had starred in Andrew Stevenson's film and hadn't been seen in several years.

We will posting more to this story so please check back-

Royal Gazette: "Higher Ground" The Cahow Translocation Project - Film Launch

Photo: Chris BurvilleHalf a century of Herculean effort to increase the perilously small numbers of Bermuda's endemic cahow has culminated in this project's most remarkable achievement relocating a colony of the species to the safety of higher ground onto the island of Nonsuch in Castle Harbour.

Tonight a film entitled "Higher Ground" the Cahow Translocation Project will be launched, focusing on this unique management programme designed by Conservation Office Jeremy Madeiros to save Bermuda's national bird, and to safeguard its future.

JP Rouja of LookBermuda, the media company which produced Higher Ground, said: “The film follows the work of the translocation project between 2005 and 2010 as the team move chicks from the crumbling outlying islands and create a new and secure nesting colony on the island of Nonsuch.”

The film, the making of which was supported by Hannover Life Re, Butterfield and Vallis, the Audubon Society and BZS, will be broadcast on LookTV Cable Vision channel 001, online at and as an interactive curriculum asset through the LookBermuda Educational Media Foundation for the Public, Private and Home Schools.

It is showing Thursday evening at BUEI, for VIPs, Sponsors and Educators.

Anyone that has not received an invitation and is interested should send an email via the form on to be added to the list for future screenings.

Bermuda National Trust Award


The Deforest Trimingham Award was presented to LookBermuda "For creating a wonderful series of environmental films to educate the community".

Royal Gazette: The Riddle of the Crest: A logical and highly entertaining history lesson

For those who don't know much about history, and even for those who do, LookBermuda's 'The Riddle of the Crest' is a fascinating investigation of a puzzle that has baffled historians for years... The film outlines the process by which Dr. Rouja came to the conclusion that the wreck on the Bermuda coat of arms is not a fanciful creation of some 17th Century artist but an actual historic wreck – just not that of the Sea Venture.
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