The epic Private Train Journey on the world's most famous Railway (http://www.trans-siberian-travel.com)
Director Michael Altenhenne (http://www.visionloft.de) has captured the journey on the Transsiberian by Private Train with his camera in a virtuoso manner. His impressions of Russia, Mongolia and China are perfect to lose oneself in the yearning for or maybe even one's own memories of the last genuine adventure trip on earth. The unique atmosphere onboard the comfortable private train, the sublime mood of the travellers and the natural and cultural wonders en route unfold their irresistible charm in this excellent documentary.
Filmmaker: Michael Altenhenne (http://www.visionloft.de)
Two and a half minutes on one breath. Filmed underwater in real-time for Human Planet, Bajau fisherman, Sulbin, freedives to 20 metres to catch a fish.
The journey through Assynt in the North West of Scotland is one of the wildest sections of the North Coast 500 route. Whizz along the shore of Loch Assynt in our hyperspeed video.
For more North Coast 500 videos go here: https://www.wildernessscotland.com/blog/north-coast-500-hyperspeed/
Dubai based broadcaster on location in the Maldives with flydubai for his TravelWise programme.
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Nike asked me to make movie about earning Fuel Points which requires you to be active so i thought i'd push what being active meant. That's the gist of it anyways. My homie Graham Veysey http://www.nwaterp.com and I shot it in 5 days (EXCEPT for the vietnam shot, that was from this summer) and we really didn't plan anything. Any excuse for an adventure.
here the VIDEO I MADE FOR VOGUE — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72Sm6xXBHkw
Music by Danijel Zambo https://soundcloud.com/danijel-zambo
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Manatees floating by the coast of Anna Maria Island, Florida
After a year and a half absence from posting Perennial Plate episodes, we are launching Season 4. Since we shared our Ethiopia episodes, a lot has happened (most importantly, we had a baby). With a 15 month old in tow, we figured traveling to a new location every other day might get tiring. So instead...We're moving! Sort of. For the next year, we will be spending 2 months in various locations around the globe, making 10 films in each spot. This regional approach will enable us to get to know a place for "a season". The first round of videos will be "a summer in Colorado", "a fall in Ireland" and "a winter in Mexico". Expect varying story styles (including cooking videos, animated pieces, etc.) and a much more involved blog on the trials and tribulations of moving with a baby (in some cases, a dog too) and too much filming gear. We are headed to Colorado on June 4th, with films coming out by the end of the month, but we'll be posting clips, photos and stories of the whole process. So stay tuned. And thanks for coming back. We've missed you. www.theperennialplate.com
Little snippet of some of the Philippines
Radiohead, Glass Eyes
fun is always a good enough reason