Film Tag

5Point, Adventure Media Review, Film Review, mountainfilm / 09.06.2015

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[caption id="attachment_2063083" align="aligncenter" width="610"] ©2015 Ben Moon collectionbenmoon.com[/caption] There is nothing in life more profound than the love of a dog. Without condition they give us more affection and devotion than we could ever return. They are empathic, compassionate, loyal and kind. And despite our less noble character they seem to derive their greatest joy just to be in our company. The mind of a dog is a curious thing. But if we could only imagine their thoughts and give voice to those behaviors we adore so much, we...

Adventure Activism, Charitable Giving, Environmental Protection, Film preview, IndieGoGo, Video / 01.12.2014

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Our fragile natural landscapes are worth protecting and preserving. Through the active engagement of our minds and bodies as we travel through them we establish a life-affirming relationship between ourselves and the world around us. A new documentary film aims to encourage people across North America to recognize the link between culture and the environment in order to ensure the continued success and prosperity of both into the future. Colors of Edziza is a journey into the Tahltan First Nation Territory of norther British Columbia. With an international crew...

Adventure Media Review, Film Review / 10.02.2014

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As daytime temperatures creep slowly up above zero it’s hard not to be overwhelmed by a single notion. We still have at least six weeks of winter ahead of us. Frigid cold weather has made it difficult to get outside and even the most active among us have to dig deep to well up enough motivation for a morning jog, a few kilometers of cross-country skiing or an afternoon of ice climbing. But just when you think you can’t stand another day of the bone numbing chill a...

Adventure Media Review, Film preview, Life Out Loud, Skiing, Video / 13.08.2013

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The artists at Sweetgrass Productions just rolled out the trailer for their latest feature film! Valhalla follows the exploits of top flight adventure athletes on a northern alpine joy trip to some of the most awesome ski destinations on the planet. Previous clips I’ve seen along with the cover art on this newest teaser seem reminiscent of Tom Wolf’s psychedelic work of non-fiction new journalism The Electric Kool-Acid Test. But rather than chasing the chemical high of some drug induced illusion this ski movie promises an exciting true...

Adventure Film, Art, Cool on Kickstarter, Film preview / 13.11.2012

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Filmmaker Anson Fogel wants to show a side of the American West that few people get to see in the movies. Having grown up around the rural farming and ranch communities of the Wyoming and Colorado the head of Forge Motion Pictures has a different perspective to share that runs contrary to the romantic imagines most often projected on the silver screen. "The west is seen as this amazing place where we all go to live these wonderful healthy perfect lives outside and we do a million incredible things...

PBS, Podcast / 23.07.2012

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In the fourth installment of the paddle sports film series Of Souls & Water director Skip Armstrong makes a dramatic departure from the world of kayaking in a tale of loss and redemption called The Warrior. Pro surfer Chris Peterson is fighting his way back. In this 8-minute 53-second short the healing power of water is revealed to restore the strength and courage of a man struggling against the tragic death of a loved one as well as the missed opportunities of his youth. With a narrative bent on...