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Adventure Media Review, Afghanistan, Breaking News, Charitable Giving, Climbing, Film preview, mountainfilm, philanthropy / 17.03.2014

A new documentary addresses allegations leveled by the television news magazine 60-Minutes and acclaimed author Jon Krakauer against philanthropist Greg Mortenson. Husband and wife filmmakers Jennifer Jordan and Jeff Rhoads of Skyline Ventures Productions announced Friday their plans to create a new project that explores the controversial fall from grace of the once beloved founder of the Central Asia Institute and the subject of the international best-selling book Three Cups of Tea. A scathing exposé first broadcast on national TV in 2011 accused Mortenson of lying about the events that...

Adventure Media Review, BASE Jumping, Breaking News, Film preview, Film Review, Fun Film Friday, Highlining, Life Out Loud, National Geographic / 07.03.2014

Within a few weeks of an unsuccessful attempt by French adventure athletes, “Sketchy” Andy Lewis and a small crew of daredevils put up and walked the world’s highest highline. At more than 4,000 feet off the ground this amazing feat was achieved with the dramatic assistance two hot air balloons. As part of a remarkable display organized by arial artist Jona-Marie Price above the desert near Las Vegas Nevada, this high altitude highline walk included an exhibition by Cirque de Soliel entertainer Michael Lipari, acrobatic BASE jumps from...

Adventure Activism, Adventure Media Review, Environmental Journalism, Environmental Protection, Film preview, National Geographic, Photography, Podcast / 14.02.2014

    Adventure photographers and filmmakers give us a unique view of the world. And throughout his long career taking pictures and telling stories for major magazines Peter McBride has offered up an exciting perspective, most often from the air. When he was in his 20s he flew a World War I biplane called the Vickers Vimy from London to Cape Town to reenact the first time an airplane traveled across Africa in 1920. "I think that really gave me an interest in the aerial perspective," he said in an interview...

Adventure Activism, Adventure Media Review, Environmental Journalism, Film preview / 08.01.2014

It’s probably the least sexy part of making a documentary film series, but it just might be the most important. After you’ve conducted compelling interviews, shot exciting action sequences and spiced it all up with original artwork and animation it’s time to take the show on the road. And if you think it’s expensive to produce a movie that advocates for the preservation of our precious natural resources you should see what it takes to make sure that people see it. Now that adventure filmmaker James Q. Martin and...

Film preview, Skiing, Snowboarding / 18.12.2013

Adventure film maker Renan Ozturk and his crew at Camp 4 Collective have put together another incredible collaboration to deliver a thrilling new ski film. Into the Mind from Sherpa Cinemas offers up a dramatic tale of backcountry alpine passion as shared through the art of movie making. The producers of this amazing epic posted online this week one of the best making-of documentaries you'll likely see any time soon. Focusing on the segments shot in the Himalaya this 18-minute mini feature called Nepal Vision Quest details the painstaking...

Adventure Media Review, Film preview, Skiing / 04.12.2013

The creative minds at Sweetgrass Productions seem to have achieved the impossible. Producers Zac Ramras and Nick Waggoner put together an action packed ski segment for their latest film Valhalla without a single flake of snow. Available today for viewing online the Forest scene is a captivating glimpse into the incredible new movie ready for full download on iTunes. Directed by Michael Brown and Ben Sturgulewski Valhalla is a nostalgic look back into the soul of big mountain skiing. With back flips and ariel acrobatics shot against the summertime...