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In the Great Outdoors with Andy Grellmann

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These gorgeous film images will inspire you to get outside

Vancouver's Old Faithful Shop is one of our favorite indie retailers and also happens to have a damn good blog. That's where we recently got hip to the work of Pacific Northwestern photographer Andy Grellmann, whose film images of idylllic scenes have us yearning for our next outdoor adventure. Like all great photography, Grellman's images from the lakes and forests of the Coast Mountains carry......read more

The Strokes, "I'll Try Anything Once"

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Time-lapse film spruced up by holographic iPhone app.

The portfolio of California filmmaker Ross Ching displays plenty of cool trickery aided by new video technology. For this unofficial Strokes vid, Ching discovered has an iPhone app that allows users to write “holographic” text onto a long-exposure photo. The iPhone app, called Holographium, adds an interesting dimension to an already great time-lapse video. For more creative......read more

Radiolab and NPR Present 'Words'

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A stunning film from Will Hoffman and Daniel Mercadante.

Wow. It's kind of ironic that this video is called "Words" because it leaves us speechless. Made by Will Hoffman and Daniel Mercadante of Everynone, the film accompanies an episode of Radiolab that imagines a world without words. The creative premise is simple, but the execution is off-the-charts awesome. Sorry everything else, you're not going to get attended to until we......read more

Trippy Winter Landscapes by Megan Brim

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Washed out snowscapes captured on film

It always rules when falling into a Flickr wormhole results in an amazing find. That's the case here with Megan Brim, whose work we uncovered while deep in the Flickr matrix. Shooting on what appears to be an analog camera, the Oakland, CA-based photographer creates lovely, light-washed landscape images that border on the psychedelic. These selections, chosen from some of her more recent work,......read more

Marcelo Gomes: Nicaragua

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Brooklyn photographer captures surfer's paradise on film

It's weird to think that it wasn't that long ago that Nicaraugua was a no-go zone for travelers. For lots of people, the country still conjures images of the Contra War's camouflage-clad guerrillas. Today, the former political hotspot is actually one of the safest countries in the Americas, and sun and adventure seekers are getting with the peaceful vibe. Surfers, in particular, are being drawn......read more

Cy's Sunrise Lefts

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With a camera on his head, surfer/filmmaker Cyrus Sutton catches some nice waves at sunrise.

Beautifully shot and edited POV vid captures Cyrus Sutton riding perfect, left breaking waves somewhere in South America. Describing the scene, Sutton says, The morning of what was supposedly the swell of the season, my girlfriend and I woke up before dawn and navigated the rocks to empty spinning lefts. For forty-five minutes we shared sunrise lefts. Eventually the pack paddled out and the......read more

The Cove Trailer

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Heartwrenching film exposes annual slaughter of dolphins in a secret Japanese cove.

Produced by the Oceanic Preservation Society, the Cove is an enlightening documentary shot by a brave group of activists who risk life and limb to document the slaughter of dolphins near Taijii, Japan. Along the way, they uncover what may be the largest health crisis facing our planet—the poisoning of our seas....read more

Satellites: A User's Manual

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Part 1 in a series of charming informational films on the science of satellites.

Ever wondered how satellites work? Neither have we, but the short animated films made by This is Real Art for European satellite company Astra manage to make the subject thoroughly fascinating. If high school physics was this awesome, we'd all be scientists. (Via Creative Review)...read more

180 South Trailer

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Woodshed Films doc delves deep into the roots of climbing, surfing, and the environmental movement.

In 1968 Yvon Chouinard and Doug Tompkins set out to surf, ski and climb their way to Patagonia. The wild places they found later motivated them to protect the environment. Inspired by this journey, Jeff Johnson and Woodshed Films set sail on a voyage to South America to climb a mythical peak called Corcovado with Chouinard and Tompkins. ...read more

Running on Empty

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By filmmaker Ross Ching.

This one may seem a little LA-centric at first. But it's really kind of global. Inspired by Matt Logue’s wonderful Empty L.A. photo book, filmmaker Ross Ching asked “What if tomorrow everyone’s car disappeared?," then set out to create a time-lapse video that envisions an L.A. without automobiles. The outcome is beautiful. To learn about the process behind the......read more

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