Every spring the summit of Mount Everest draws people from around the world. But in its shadow live the Sherpa, a resilient, religious people, who, despite the riches surrounding the highest peak on earth, are still quite poor and uneducated.
A child of the Khumbu, Apa Sherpa climbed Everest 21 times. Pulled away at the age of 12 to work as a high altitude porter, like so many others, he would leave his family for months, risking his life on the mountain. Through his work at the Apa Sherpa Foundation, he aims to create a different future for his people.
As Apa says, “without education we have no choice.”
Check out the Virtual Reality version of the movie here: https://youtu.be/xYSNQMTGrTU
Jack White – Corporation
Exec. Producer: Candice Dragonas
Producer: Jason Baum
DP: Kristof Brandl
Production Designer: Sheila B + David Bomba
Wardrobe: Natasha Newman-Thomas
Edit, Grading and VFX: Jodeb
Sound Design and Mix: Mathieu Morin @ Lamajeure
Commissioner: Saul Levitz
No FX, just shooting with inks
Aedan – Le Temps (Official Music Video)
EP “Le temps” available on June 22nd 2018
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Yeni González is one of the mothers who suddenly found herself thousands of miles away from her children this spring, after President Donald Trump’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policy went into effect. This TIME Red Border Film documentary shows how grassroots activists banded together to transport González from a detention center in Eloy, Ariz., to New York City, where her children were placed at a social service agency after the undocumented family crossed the U.S.-Mexico border and was apprehended by the Border Patrol in May.
A charming illusionist, an adventurous queen of hearts and an evil green man journey through early cinema, film magic and love. Back to the Moon is an animated, interactive Doodle celebrating the artistry of film director and prestidigitator Georges Méliès.
The Google Doodle, Google Spotlight Stories, Google Arts & Culture, & Cinémathèque Française teams have collaborated to create the first-ever (more…)
1953, Jacqueline Auriol, a French pilot, is about to go down in history along with her jet aircraft.
Jacqueline Marie-Thérèse Suzanne Douet took up flying in 1946, got her pilot’s license in 1948 and became an accomplished stunt flier and test pilot. Jacqueline was severely injured in a crash of a SCAN 30 in which she was a passenger in 1949—many of the bones in her face were broken—and spent nearly three years in hospitals undergoing 33 reconstructive operations. To occupy her mind she studied algebra, trigonometry, aerodynamics, and other subjects necessary to obtain advanced pilot certification.
She earned a military pilot license in 1950 then qualified as one of the first female test pilots. She was among the first women to break the sound barrier and set five world speed records in the 1950s and 1960s.
On four occasions she was awarded the Harmon International Trophy by an American president in recognition of her aviation exploits.
Chris Boucher wasn’t supposed to be in the NBA. But he is. ‘Grind Now, Shine Later’ is the story of how he made it this far. It’s that unlikely underdog tale told again and again, but never ceases to amaze. It’s about overcoming adversity, against all odds, and turning negatives into positives. It’s about inspiring others through action. It’s about grinding now so you can shine later.
Additional Music: The Gibbs – Rust
Special thanks to NBA Canada
Sherrie Silver, the Rwandan-born dancer who choreographed Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” video, shows Vogue her five favorite Afrobeat dances.
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At the San Francisco restaurant Creator, cheeseburgers are made entirely by a new autonomous machine. >
Meet Take 3 for the Sea – an Australian not-for-profit organisation, founded in 2009 by surfing enthusiast, Amanda Marechal, marine (more…)
We traveled to the small village of La Motte-d’Aveillans in the South East of France to meet (more…)
Capsula Mundi is a cultural and broad-based project, which envisions a different approach to the way we think about death. It’s an egg-shaped pod, an ancient and perfect form, made of biodegradable material, where our departed loved ones are placed for burial. Ashes will be held in small egg-shaped urns while bodies will be laid down in a fetal position in larger pods. The Capsula will then be buried as a seed in the earth. A tree, chosen in life by the deceased, will be planted on top of it and serve as a memorial for the departed and as a legacy for posterity and the future of our planet. Family and friends will continue to care for the tree as it grows. Cemeteries will acquire a new look and, instead of the cold grey landscape we see today, they will grow into vibrant woodlands, sacred forests.
Go inside the stunts of Mission: Impossible – Fallout in 360°. Don’t miss the action in theatres Thursday night, get (more…)
Salvador “Kickstradomis” Amezcua is at the top of the customs sneaker game, with sneakers seen all over the NBA, from (more…)
A new art museum in Japan doesn’t just allow visitors to (more…)