When writer Matthew Treadwell was preparing for a trip to Japan with his wife, he anticipated an amazing travel experience. What he did not expect was a random act of kindness that would change his life. While visiting a quaint countryside village, Treadwell and his wife lost track of time. They realized too late that they had missed the last bus back to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport. Amid pounding rain and increasing panic, the couple ran out of ideas. That’s when a friendly stranger stepped in to help and treated them to an experience they would never forget.
Short film explores the idea of love through a letter from a father to his daughter.
Canada admitted more Immigrants this year than ever before. Taking in a total of 300,000 in 2016. “It outlines a significant shift in immigration policy towards reuniting more families, building our economy and upholding Canada’s humanitarian traditions to resettle refugees and offer protection to those in need.” Immigration Minister, John McCallum.
This is a short film in Northwest Vietnam, one of important sub-regions of Vietnam. This region plays a crucial role in Vietnam defense and security. Northwest Vietnam is always characterized by untouched beauty of landscapes and local people.
Locations : Tu Le, Mu Cang Chai, Sapa, Bac Ha, Hoang Su Phi, Ban Phung village
In this pilot film, we follow Master carver and indigenous Alaskan artist Wayne Price as he creates fine art in the traditional style of the Tlingit people. Wayne’s artistic creations cover a broad range of design and artifacts, including totem poles, dugout canoes, masks, paddles, clan hats and jewelry. Wayne works with local youth to pass on the craft and culture of the Tlingit people. Wayne takes us on a journey as he builds an adze, a traditional Tlingit wood-carving tool used by his ancestors for thousands of years.
The Local is a Royal Caribbean original series, celebrating people from around the world, their unique passions and their culture.
For the premiere season, we highlight three locals from Alaska: Wayne Price, Mary Smith and Dan Oberlatz.
The lone survivor of the first mission to Mars uses his last moments to pass the torch of inspiration.
Making of Others Will Follow: https://vimeo.com/238366284
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As a kid Cameron Smith dreamed of becoming an astronaut but his eyesight keep him out of the pilot’s seat. Now he’s an anthropologist in Portland, Oregon, where he’s spent the last decade building a fully functional homemade space suit.
Filmed on a Red Weapon, Scarlet-W, Red Dragon, using a Nikon 14mm F/2.8 lens in a SPL waterhousing in: Hawaii, Tahiti, Maldives, Barbados, Indonesia, Mexico and California
Artificial wave technology has been in the back of Kelly Slater’s mind since he was a wave-starved kid growing up
in Florida. Last month, Slater played host to the world’s best surfers at the Surf Ranch in Lemoore, California, home of the world’s most incredible artificial wave – a wave that Slater and his team from Kelly Slater Wave Company created. We caught up with him days afterward to talk about his passion project, and what it might mean for the future.
Who says innovation in storytelling cannot be pushed any further!? Not us!
Shot using a single camera, 90 people meticulously recreate a failed bank robbery that took place in Stockholm in June 2006.
Written & Directed by Ruben Östlund
Reuben Wu is an artist with a profound interest in the ways that advancing technology can foster new forms of creative expression. Using a Fiilex AL250 in tandem with the 3DR Solo drone and Phase One XF camera system, Reuben has developed a method for selectively “painting” nocturnal landscapes with light via multiple exposures. We at Fiilex decided to help Reuben fully explore this technique and document his process. The results are truly breathtaking.
In Cambodia the government is working to demine rural areas of the country, but instead of using metal detector, they (more…)
A short film about the incredible work of the artist Manu Topic as he takes to the streams and rainforests building his creations. Realization, assembly, calibration.
A teenage self-love creative collective searches for love and adventure as they explore the outer boroughs of NYC.
Neen Williams spent years partying through his nights and sleeping through his days, finding less time to skate. Now, the pro has gone completely sober, eating healthy and working out to make sure he remains one of the best skaters in the business.
After cruising out to the West Coast from Pennsylvania in his VW Bus for a photography internship, James Barkman has set his sights on living on his own terms. For him this means perfecting his craft by hunting down photo-ops full time in his Westfalia with Surfboards on top and a Dual-Sport Motorcycle in tow.
James, 22, might not be as conventional when it comes to his living arrangements, but creating a space to be creative in the form of his Westfalia, has pushed him further than he ever thought he’d go.
Balancing maintenance and repairs on the Westy with a promising career in photography are just a few of the many things the talented Mr. Barkman excels at, and we wish him the best of luck has he continues to grow on his journey.
Welcome to Skidsville, population: everyone. Because bikes are awesome. DiamondBack gets to the root of why we all love to ride.