Video Storytelling in Honduras

Bonacca tells the story of a few Honduran fly fishing guides from the Bay Island of Guanaja. In 1998, Hurricane Mitch ravaged Guanaja, and the natives were stripped of nearly everything, including almost 95% of their mangrove population which was a vital habitat to their fishery. In Mitch's wake, an already struggling economy found it difficult to rebuild.

Fish for Change

This short documentary was made to feature the amazing story of resilience and showcase artisans who craft fresh ideas in their own unique industries. Without even mentioning our clients, Fly Fish Guanaja, the indirect marketing campaign helped reach more people, more cost-effectively. The story established curiosity, helped start a conversation and improved brand awareness through the power of video content marketing. The story has been shared by fishing die-hards across the country: Moldy Chum, Patagonia Fly Fishing, Southern Culture On The Fly, EWA Film Fest, Telluride TV Video Awards and many more. 

Services Involved

Storyboard, Video Development, Drone Videography

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“To him, all good things—trout as well as eternal salvation—come by grace and grace comes by art and art does not come easy.
Norman Maclean
Guanaja Honduras
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