Fake Honey Pictures is a film and photography initiative working on fine art, documentary and commercial projects around the world. The name Fake Honey comes from our love of good honey and our difficulty finding it on our world travels.
We're focused on making human-centered documentaries, primarily on migration, women's & children's issues, as well as social justice topics. We create social media films for leading international brands around the world as well, creating projects from start to finish - from pre-production to post-production.
Fake Honey Pictures also focuses on global newsworthy topics and cultural stories. We have worked with major international media outlets such as Agence-France Presse AFP-TV, Thomson Reuters, ARD, ARTE, France24 and Swiss TV.
In 2019, we were commissioned by UNHCR Canada to create short films focusing on Canadians sponsoring refugees.
Our latest art work focuses on an interactive shadow installation by two artists traveling to refugee communities in Turkey and Greece. Selections of our photographs and video material were exhibited at the McCord Museum in Montreal, Canada from November 2018 to January 2019.
Our film edit "Transformations: The Emirati National House" exhibited in Venice at the 2016 Architecture Biennale. We also covered the Venice Art Biennale in 2013 and our video installation film was exhibited at the 2014 Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy.
When Ink Turns into Light, a mini-doc by Fake Honey Pictures screened at the Art of Peace, a symposium on the role of arts in peacebuilding at the Institute for Peace and Justice in San Diego, California in Fall 2015.
While we continue our travels, we like to stop and share some real, authentic honey with people along the way.