Tour de Timor 2010

Jungle Run launches mountain cycling films

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Joe Yaggi | February 13 2011 | 1 comment

East Timor montage

Patrick Lavaud shooting Tour de Timor 2010 for Jungle Run

Jungle Run founder Joe Yaggi and GM Stephen DeMeulenaere are just back from East Timor, where we presented our final film series chronicling the grueling 2010 Tour de Timor mountain cycling race.

The 5-day race was an intensive production, powered by 8 jam-synced HD cameras and 4 Avid editors. In all, we headed up a 15-person crew hailing from East Timor, Indonesia, the US, Canada and France. After a run of all-night editing sessions, the post team turned out an adrenaline-pumped product.

The trailer:

The buzz:

“Thank you very much, excellent work!”
His Excellency Jose Ramos-Horta, President of Timor Leste

Jason, Amin and Dewa editing at Tour de Timor 2010

“Wow, that was amazing. Was your editing team wired on Red Bull or what?”
Toby Gibson – Participant TdT 2010

“I can’t wait to sign up for the next race!”
anonymous participant

“I’d love to work with you again.”
Clementino Maia – Timorese freelance cameraman

“Excellent guys, well done. You’ve made our jobs much easier.”
Sean Borrell – PR Manager, Office of the President

From the race on through editing and animation back home, the final outputs for Tour de Timor 2010 include:

  • 6 x 7 minute films on each district the race passed through
  • 10 minutes of race footage uploaded nightly for international broadcast
  • 5 x 6 min short stage report films
  • 1 x 30 minute final race film following the entire tour
  • Heaps of HD stock footage

Tour de Timor 2010 Film Crew

Timor Leste scenic photography by Djuna Iveriegh
Jungle Run staff photography by Shinta Okta

1 comment

  • Pete Ellermann says:

    Hi Joey,
    I’m putting together my voice over demo and website and I’m trying to piece together all of the things we did together. We did the Sobek Rafting promos, the documentary on Borneo–What was the name of that one? We did a pro-bono piece for goiter in East Bali–What was the name of that one? I did a free little spot for an Indonesian radio station once–what station was that? What else do you remember? Thanks, buddy.

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