Working on India’s Medical Waste Crisis in “Super Bacteria” as a Fixer in India
"Super Bacteria" as a fixer in India

In a groundbreaking collaboration, Filming Indo joined forces with Uniprex TV, a premier TV production agency from Spain, to shed light on the critical issue of medical waste in India. Serving as the go-to India fixer and Delhi production house, Filming Indo played a pivotal role in bringing this eye-opening Spanish investigative documentary, “Super Bacteria,” to life. This documentary delves into the multifaceted challenges posed by medical waste in India, exploring its social, economic, and environmental repercussions. Our mission was to unravel the accessibility of prohibited drugs, the lax prescription norms for antibiotics, and the alarming rise of antibiotic resistance in India and other developing nations.

Exploring India’s Medical Waste Crisis:

Uniprex TV, armed with a dedicated team, collaborated with Filming Indo to navigate the complexities of India’s medical landscape. Our journey took us through bustling cities like Delhi, Gurgaon, Meerut (UP), Hyderabad, and Cochin. The renowned TV anchor, Mr. Jalis de la Sern from Atres Media Spain, led the charge, presenting an in-depth exploration of the issues at hand.

Arranging Expert Interviews and Uncovering Stories:

As India media coordinators, Filming Indo took charge of arranging insightful interviews with experts and individuals directly affected by the medical waste crisis. Our research efforts ensured a comprehensive understanding of the problem, while securing permissions for filming at crucial locations added depth to the documentary. Over the course of 17 intense days, our crews captured the stark realities and nuances of the medical waste crisis, presenting a compelling narrative that demands attention.

Addressing Antibiotic Resistance in India:

One of the key focuses of “Super Bacteria” is the nonchalant use of antibiotics in India, a practice that is not taken as seriously as it should be. The documentary uncovers the availability of prohibited drugs without proper prescriptions, raising questions about the regulatory framework in place. In India and other developing countries, the looming threat of antibiotic resistance emerges as a pressing concern, signaling the need for immediate attention and global collaboration.

Contact Filming Indo for Your Next Project in India:

For those inspired by our work and seeking to film in India, Filming Indo stands as the reliable India fixer and Delhi production house. Reach out to us at or to discuss your project and benefit from our expertise in navigating the diverse landscapes of India.

In conclusion, “Super Bacteria” not only exposes the challenges posed by medical waste in India but also underscores the importance of responsible filmmaking. Through the lens of Filming Indo and Uniprex TV, this documentary serves as a powerful medium to spark conversations, drive awareness, and inspire positive change.