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Fixers Mongolia

Fixers Mongolia

Production Services

Tomorchni Street 12 Chingeltei District, Ulaanbaatar, UB1000, Mongolia

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Telephone: 97699110132







Fixers Mongolia has a hands-on approach that has engendered a stream of loyal partners from all over the world. It is led by Ben Moyle, a UK native who has lived and worked in Mongolia since 1999. Ben previously worked as the President and Founder of Channel One TV, a Mongolian broadcast station. C1 is a top-rated channel, employing over 100 industry specialists. Ben gives Fixers Mongolia an unrivaled understanding of the requirements needed for any production to run smoothly in Mongolia. Ben has been approved to the BBC global fixers list since 2005.

Mongolia is a land between sky, steppes and desert. Extreme, exotic, and mostly undiscovered, home to nomads, ringers, eagle hunters and horsemen. Ulaanbaatar is the capital of Mongolia and is a metropolis set amid the steppes, truly the pulsating heart of the country that combines the cultures of old with a lively feeling of moving towards new horizons. Just over 25 years ago Mongolia immerged from crumbling Soviet Union since then the country has been mining boom. Driven by neighbors and other countries around the world’s insatiable demand for Mongolia’s huge deposits of coal, copper, gold and other minerals. Life is lived here on the face of the land. Nothing is buried, everything is exposed. Here is predation. Here is childhood. Here is toil. Here is happiness. This land is confident, unconquered. The land discovers the plains. It’s a song in a distance, approaching. Memory is dropped like a seed and left behind by the wonderer. And what sprouts up is legacy in the land of the nomad. And here we are, cradled by two great horizons. Between them is the long summer day, and beyond them are dreams. So when we fall asleep to see the dust rising in the east, we'll look twice. It may be the cloud of the life to come.