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"In winter, contestants will need to catch fish through ice holes to feed themselves." So far the filmmakers have had interest from "professional rescuers, people without special training, professional travellers, entrepreneurs, photographers, jewellers and psychologists".
Producer Nikolay Ginzburg said: "It sounds strange, but on this project it will be easier to survive not for a professional rescuer but for a simple person.
Then the participant will quit the game forever." Contestants could take on board a few tips from our guide to surviving in the wild based on what we learnt from The Revenant, which sees Leonardo Di Caprio's character mauled by a bear and left for dead.
Tips include not being a fussy eater, learning basic medical skills and how to improvise with what nature has given you.
Some say the cell reception on the playa is "too good" and it's distracting from the festival's original intention.
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Burning Man has gotten more tech-friendly in recent years. 2 with the theme "Metamorphoses," a celebration of change and a nod to the transformative process that unfolds for many who attend the event."It will be necessary to act intuitively, rather than following instructions." Each participant will have a panic button linked to a satellite.If they use it, they will be evacuated from the Siberian taiga, but not allowed to return. "The show will absolutely extreme," said Mr Pyatkovsky. If someone gets sick, wounded and realise that he/she can not pass the test, the helicopter will take him/her away to the doctors."There will be no film crew - the whole area will be dotted with cameras and each participant will be carrying a portable camera with seven-hour life rechargeable battery," said Mr Pyatkovsky.
The survival contest will be screened online 24/7 using footage from 2,000 fixed cameras on a 2,225 acre slice of taiga, with translations into English, French, German, Spanish, Chinese and Arabic.Contestants from different countries seeking a £1.3 million prize will be issued with knives but not guns and expected to hunt and fish for food to stay alive. Fighting, alcohol, murder, rape, smoking, anything." Russian millionaire Yevgeny Pyatkovsky, 35, is the brains behind the extreme contest - but says the show won't take responsibility for what happens to the contestants.