hope grows from our capability of
imagining a new future
What all these stories have in common
Is a vision of a world in which we care for our ecosystems, and where our actions are guided by principles of equality (between species, cultures, and races) and a fair use of resources. In these times of transition and uncertainty, we want to tell new stories. Stories which inspire hope, a deep connection with nature and the possibility of a profound human transformation.
we have been documenting
projects related to:
new ways of growing food
... and many others.
Most of them in Devon UK.
Founding of CompanyMoved to South Devon, Totnes, and Set up NU project, a small production company focused on telling the story of all the incredible sustainable projects happening around the area.
Working with the Totnes transitionstart documenting all the amazing projects that the transition was doing locally.
Animations for the film In transition 2.0supporting the preproduction and making the animation for the long length film in Transition 2.0
Words from the EdgeAfter two years of hard work on our first long length documentary Words from the Edge is released.
Promo videos for Schumacher collegea natural building course and a new Permaculture training open at Schumacher college we did the promotional videos.
working with Encounters artworking in collaboration with this art project that creates imaginative spaces and processes for people to explore their relationship with themselves, each other, and the natural world.
Filming the Last GuardianCoordinating the filming of the long length film "The Last Guardian", recorded at the Ecuadorian Amazon.
online course for Darlingkhanonlinecreation of visual and animations for the first online course for Susannah and Yaacov Darlin Khan, founders of movement medicine, "The Elementals of Engaged Shamanism".
Pilgrimage to uncertaintyThis Summer we are planning to start the recording of a new long length documentary, visiting ancient trees on the Spanish peninsula.
Who we are?
I'm originally from Spain and I moved to the UK 9 years ago.
I'm an artist who use different disciplines to express myself, like, filming, drawing, photography, and music, mostly. I'm very interested in ways of creating new narratives that can express more clearly the interdependence between nature and humans.
Started my creative journey when I was 22 years old as a comics and illustrator artist in London, then I studied traditional and 3d animation, and worked for 6 years as a multimedia coordinator creating content for the internet, videos, animations, interactive CDs, etc.
A few years later I set up Golden Edge, a Digital art platform and run the multimedia department in a Graphic design company in the South of Spain, at the same time I was exploring the world of VJing and video art.
10 years ago my passion turned towards making documentaries and the sustainable world, learning permaculture and horticulture, and exploring the profound changes that we all need to go through to achieve a more harmonious life that respect and learn from nature.
His artistry, his creativity, patience, and eye for humor and beauty has made such a difference to so many people and projects and his commitment to creating work that changes the world runs deep.
Emilio Mula is an artist and activist at work in the medium of film. His work is devoted to human transformation, and he brings deep integrity, skill, presence, and love to it. The process of working with Emilio is beautiful, and the end product has always surpassed our expectations.
he is deeply environmental and brings that ethos to all of his projects. He is particularly skillful at moving amongst the actors without interfering with the flow, leading to a natural portrayal of the project.
Emilio delivers heartfelt documentary films of incredibly high standards that capture the wide range of community-based projects that we deliver across the UK.
His visual and creative skill are matched by his ability to understand what is needed and deliver it. His films are always beautiful, strong and heartful. I have always found him a pleasure to work with