You Are What You Eat: A Twin Experiment

Identical twins change their diets and lifestyles
for 8-weeks in a scientific experiment designed
to explore how certain foods impact the body.


Production Company: Oceanic Preservation Society

Broadcaster: Netflix

Release Date: 2024

Length: 4 x 60 mins

Photo: Netflix


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What we did

Our Production Coordinator, Cortney Gilbert executed two interviews for this fascinating docuseries. WBF assisted with location access, shoot logistics and location fixing that allowed the film crew, including DP Megan Hockin-Bennett, AC Elena Jean, Gaffer Nick Dietrich and Sound Malcom Owen-Flood, to hit the ground running and help tell this powerful story.

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We respectfully acknowledge the filming took place within the traditional territories of the 'Na̲mg̲is, Mamalilikulla and Kwakiutl Nations.


Our production for the Netflix series You Are What You Eat: A Twin Experiment, hired Wild Bus Films to help us plan and execute two interviews. The locations of the interviews proved challenging: remote locations, transportation of crew and gear by boat to various Vancouver Islands, setting up WiFi in a place with zero WiFi connection. At every turn, the production team at WBF was professional, thoughtful, organized, and capable. With their help, we were able to film the two interviews remotely without our director or core production team present. From hiring crew to renting gear and coordinating complicated travel plans, WBF came through. We couldn't have done it without them.

You Are What You Eat: A Twin Experiment

Elly Schmidt-Hopper – Co-Producer, Oceanic Preservation Society

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