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Sugarless Tea

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Directed by Sai Selvarajan

A beautiful little film, Sugarless Tea takes viewers on a journey to India and Queens, NY, in a tale of separated brothers, chance meetings and identity. Sugarless Tea features watercolors paintings filmed using a stop motion technique that evokes travelogues and bedtime stories, and highlights the process of painting itself.  Sweet story....read more

Traveling Alaska with Photographer Kevin Russ

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Society6 joins an intrepid photographer on his journey up north

A couple of years back, we were introduced to the work of Kevin Russ via Flickr, where he used to regularly post wilderness-centric images captured on his travels. Online artist community Society6 recently joined Russ on an adventure to the Alaskan wilderness, and cobbled together this inspiring video of the experience. Watch as Russ leads us through some jaw-dropping landscapes, explaining the......read more

Moments In Asia

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Watch a Finnish filmmaker's visual diary of his journey through the East, shot entirely on iPhone

Last spring, Helsinki-based filmmaker Markus Kontiainen took a month-long trip through Asia and documented the whole thing using his iPhone 5s. The resulting footage, slowed down to a snail's pace and set to a dramatic soundtrack, nicely captures the wonder of a first-timer's journey to the East. Says Kontianen: I spent 35 days exploring 11 different cities in Japan, China and Southeast Asia......read more

Escape from Bigfoot Country

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Watch the second instalment of Trevor Gordon's surf journey in Cascadia

A few weeks ago, we shared the story of Trevor Gordon and his homemade truck-bed camper, which acted as his mobile home as he travelled north from Carpinteria, California in search of Pacific Northwestern waves. In chapter two, Gordon comes face to face with Bigfoot, that mythical beast of misty forests, and manages to paddle into a bunch of pristine peelers and catch a few fish before......read more

Foster the People "Coming of Age"

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Nostalgic videos takes viewers on a journey through the trials and tribulations of high school

It's been three years since Foster the People crashed the charts with their surprise hit, "Pumped Up Kicks." Now the Los Angeles-based indie pop act is set to release their sophomore record, Supermodel, and have shared this official video for lead single "Coming of Age." Appropriately, the video depicts the experience of going through high school in America, taking a literal intpretation of the......read more

Monumental Outdoors Photography by Seattle's Griffin Lamb

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Take an epic visual journey around the Pacific Northwest

Griffin Lamb explores the essence of adventure in this monumental series of landscape photos. Based in the Seattle area, the photographer has easy access to the beautiful scenery of the Pacific Northwest and does well to capture it for the world to see. His preferred subjects are majestic scenes of mountains, lakes, and forests -- all favorite things of ours as well. Among the images are a few......read more

A Spanish Road Trip

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The Perennial Plate takes a culinary journey around Spain

Here's a new instalment from The Perennial Plate, everyone's favorite food adventurers. A Spanish Road Trip finds them in--you guessed it--Spain, where the gastro-wanderers spent two weeks travelling from Basque Country to Galicia, Andalucia, and finally Barcelona. Then they edited down the footage to three minutes (much of it in diptych style) of pure goodness, soundtracked by a pretty......read more

Groundswell: Trailer

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New documentary follows surfers on a journey along British Columbia's unspoiled west coast -- a region threatened by oil pipeline development

Slated for release this coming fall, "Groundswell" follows surfers Peter Devries, Travis Gordon, Dan Malloy up the west coast of British Columbia, where the delicate coastal ecosystem faces a major threat in the form of the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline from Alberta's tar sands. The film, a collaborative production of the Raincoast Conservation Foundation, Patagonia, and Woodshed......read more

Nich Hance McElroy: How to be Alone

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Vancouver-based photographer journeys into the mystic

As a Masters candidate in English with a degree in Classics, Nich Hance McElroy [previously] knows plenty about myths involving intrepid heroes. Whether intentional or not, the literary vibrations shine through in his pictures, as you can see from these selections from his How to be Alone series. Like scenes from a movie about a mythical vision quest, the photos depict strange encounters and......read more

Ben Huff: The Last Road North

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Take a photographic journey along the northernmost road in America

Drawn by a desire to experience and chronicle one of the world's last frontiers, photographer Rob Huff spent a good chunk of five years traveling Alaska's Dalton Highway, a 414-mile stretch of (mostly dirt) road along the Trans-Alaskan pipeline. The highway, known locally as the Haul Road, is the northernmost road in the Americas. It owes its existence entirely to the need for a transportation......read more

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