National Geographic tries to safe rights to provide Tham Luang rescue doco

National Geographic has made prime stage contact with the government-appointed Creative Media Committee to negotiate taking pictures a documentary about final July’s dramatic rescue operation on the Tham Luang caves in Chiang Rai.
Picnic , who was actively involved in the sophisticated rescue operation to save the thirteen younger Mu Pa footballers, says that the British cave diving group wrote a letter to the guardians about their venture to shoot a film for National Geographic.
The staff says the movie can be directed by David McDonald, who gained an Oscar for “The Last King of Scotland” and he desires to capture the real story of the dramatic operation, the spirit of worldwide cooperation and the experiences of the 13 who were trapped underground for nearly three weeks.
Rick, together with some members of the production group visited the thirteen footballers and their coach earlier this yr and have been knowledgeable in regards to the Creative Media Committee’s selection of two film manufacturing houses which had handed the committee’s qualification screening. It was reported that the two firms wished the movie rights to be granted to only one winner.
Rick has advised Thai PBS that, in case the film rights were granted to 1 production firm, National Geographic wouldn’t be ready to continue with its challenge, as deliberate.
Lt-Gen Veerachon Sukonthapatipark, spokesman of the Creative Media Committee, mentioned he anticipated the film rights concern to be concluded subsequent week including that he was optimistic that the rights wouldn’t be granted to only one producer.
The 13 footballers are represented by the Tham Luang Company arrange by their dad and mom and guardians to handle the potential business benefits from movie and guide rights.
Watch The Thaiger’s quick tribute to the drama surrounding final year’s cave rescue…

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