Charlie Utley, a British documentary film producer, was robbed in Timisoara. Thousands of Euros worth of photographic equipment were looted
Charlie Utley, a producer of highly regarded documentaries about our country, was robbed in Timisoara.
He was in Timisoara to shoot a video promoting the county, in collaboration with the Timis County Council. Three young men allegedly attacked the documentary filmmaker in the Botanic Park in Timisoara, hijacked his equipment, including a drone and other photographic accessories, and disappeared.
Shortly after the accident, Oatley and the person accompanying him wrote a complaint to the police.
On Monday, sources from the Timis police announced that, for Agrabries, a criminal case had been opened on charges of theft, and the investigation is underway in this case.
Timis police sources said it was a theft complaint and the police were investigating.
According to the Timis County Council, Charlie Utley, the director of popular documentaries Wild Carpathia and Flavors of Romania, who was in Timisoara to shoot a video promoting the county, was robbed in the botanical garden.
“Essential equipment was stolen from the British journalist, including a drone and several photographic accessories. Timish County Council is supporting its efforts to continue scheduled filming, despite the equipment being stolen along with the recordings made the other day. Immediately after the incident,” Charlie said Oatley and his accompanying person, a member of the film crew, file a complaint with the police. A report from the county administration appears.
Charlie Utley: Romania could become one of the most exciting tourist destinations in the world
Britain’s Charlie Oatley, director of the documentary Wild Carpathia, says Romania could become one of the world’s most exciting tourist destinations.
The well-known British director was “amazed” by the mountain villages of our country.
“The circuit is so far and hard to reach that you have to climb some wooden stairs. However the people are very kind and hospitable. I came to Romania for the first time in 2010 and made several films and presented your country since then. It has been a great honor and privilege to be able to Helping the struggle to protect Romania’s natural and cultural treasures.Romania has the largest mixed forests in Europe, as well as two-thirds of the highest predators and incredible biodiversity.Romania also has an amazing heritage spanning more than 3000 years of different civilizations.I believe Romania could be One of the most exciting tourist destinations in the world only if it preserves these wonders and conducts sustainable management of its resources. If successful, tourism will become one of the biggest sources of income in Romania.”
Episode 4 of Wild Carpathia on YouTube
“Seasons of Change,” part four of Wild Carpathia, explains how and why they should stop: Ecotourism and cultural tourism could be the future of these regions, but only if the chaotic felling of trees was stopped can mass destruction be avoided. The last wilderness area in Europe and the priceless treasures it hides.
“We decided to publish the final part of the Wild Carpathia series on YouTube because five years have passed since its creation and we thought it was time to reach as wide an audience as possible. I hope that the Romanians in the diaspora, including 3 million Romanians living in Europe, will participate in the link and thus become ambassadors for their country.If 10 friends of every Romanian in the diaspora watch the documentary, we can reach 30 million potential visitors to Romania.Wild Carpathia, and in part 4, there were some amazing landscapes and experiences, but most of all I was inspired Personally from exploring the cave monasteries near Colţi, which I consider to be Stonehenge in Romania. “It was a magical experience,” said Charlie Utley.
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