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  • Devil's

    Devil's Mountain: the world's
    highest table-top mountain.

    Straddling Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela, this flat-topped mountain has inspired numerous legends and records, fascinating people the world over. The waterfall-studded rock faces surrounding the plateau are some of the highest in the world, standing at an average of 1,000 metres. The fauna and flora are equally exceptional. Devil's Mountain is home to a myriad of endemic carnivorous plants, reptiles and insects that can be found nowhere else on the planet. First discovered and explored late on in the 19th century, scientists agree that Devil's Mountain has yet to yield all its secrets.

    Particularly dangerous to access, this mountain is a sacred site for the Pemones Indians. The climate is particularly hostile: temperatures are in the region of 10°C and can drop to just 2°C at night. Rainfall is constant due to the huge amount of cloud and frequent storms, averaging between 2,000 and 4,000 millimetres. The rain is driven in by prevailing north-easterly or south-easterly winds, resulting in a humidity level of 75 to 85%.

    Tales of the first ever attempt to conquer Devil's Mountain date back to Victorian times and inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to write his adventure story "The Lost World" in 1912. That book then went on to inspire Steven Spielberg's film "Jurassic Park".

  • The

    Laguna Encantada*:
    the enchanted lagoon

    For the Pemones Indians, this lagoon, situated just a few miles from Devil's Mountain, represents the gateway to the territory of the Mawari spirits - the guardians of the savannah. The Pemones Indians are extremely respectul of their culture and would never dream of venturing onto this territory without first consulting the elders. Going there without their blessing would be considered an insult to the guardians and their tribe's beliefs.


Digital Production



Clémentine Duzer

General Manager

Benjamin Lassale


Aaron Chervenak - Brazil9000.com Gareth Jones - Brazil9000.com and Clémentine Duzer


Gareth Jones Aaron Chervenak and Sylla Saint-Guily


Aaron Chervenak Hayley Edmonds Gareth Jones Sylla Saint-Guily Joachim Dumkow

Director of Photography

Eric Yu


Adam Ballachey


Pierre Barillet


Frank Seiler

Assistant Editor

Louis Macera

Script doctor

Alexandre Guyomard


Pauline Levêque

Post production supervisor

Fred Travert


Fred Fleureau

Assistant producers

Anne-Laure Planchais Sylla Saint-Guily

And also with:

Pierre Barillet Leo Fernandez Ediley Guimaraes de Souza Pascual Hernandez Claude Sarre Pedro Suarez Eric Yu

Venezuelan Unit - Angel Eye Media

Executive Producer / Leyla Formoso Production Designer / Dennise Formoso Location Manager / Freddy Vergara Location Assistant / Jesus Vergara Producers / Junior Mora and Pamela Retamoza Production Assistant / Joelmer Herrera

Brazilian Unit - Simio Filmes

Executive Producers / Marcelo Pedroso and Juliano Dornelles Assistant producers / Rodolfo Paes and Thais Vidal Location manager / Elenise Maia Set designer / Hemerson Cavalcante de Souza Driver / Gerson Andrade Special thanks to Carolina Fernandes - Banksia Film