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    Solar For Syria: In Search of Light

    “After two years of war in Syria, hundreds of thousands of people have been uprooted from their homes. Thousands of families are now living in refugee camps where they no longer have access to basic necessities such as water and electricity. Many of them arrived with nothing, having no time to take anything with them. […]

    ACROSS THE SKY — a world record slackline in the Utah desert

    On November 15, 2015 Théo Sanson walked nearly 500 meters on a slackline rigged from The Rectory to Castleton Tower in Castle Valley, Utah – likely a new world record. Rigging the line is perhaps as significant a feat as walking it. Andy Lewis Brent Cain Aleta Edinger Sylvan Slacks Scott Rogers Brian Mosbaugh Homer […]

    Kauai: The Garden Island

    Video of Hawaii’s Kauai shot by Eric Thane on a DJI Phantom 3 with a GoPro in 4k. You can learn how Eric shot and graded this video here: nofilmschool.com/2015/06/shooting-grading-4k-phantom-3-professional

    Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Convertible

    “Convertible SUV” sounds like a horrible idea. It just seems counterintuitive and like a weird juxtaposition of two distinct automotive archetypes, that is until you remember Jeep has been doing it forever. The more I think about it, the more I think going offroad in a luxury car with nothing but open air around sounds […]

    #AdventureQ: Ask us your adventure questions!

    You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers. Or if we don’t, chances are we know some really smart people who do. So I’d like to kick off a little experiment and see where it goes: You ask questions about anything adventure related: travel, sports, gear, photography, culinary, anything, using the hashtag #AdventureQ or through the form below […]

    Real time Northern Lights from a plane window

    Using a Sony A7S camera, filmmaker Toby Lockerbie was able to capture the northern lights in real time outside the window while flying from London to China. Previously, this type of footage was difficult to achieve due to the low-light performance drawbacks of most cameras, which is why most videos you see of the aurora […]

    14-year old climbing prodigy Kai Lightner

    “Climbers all have a story about how they got started, and 14-year-old Kai Lighter’s introduction is particularly striking — and not only because he’s a brilliant climber. Much like Tiger Woods in golf or the Williams sisters in tennis, he could change the demographics of climbing. This film, directed by George Knowles, isn’t about race, […]

    Xavier de Le Rue wants to inspire you and he’s helping to build a drone to do it

    “Rather than just inspiring people by action and by winning titles, I think in film you can bring values and it’s much more complete and powerful.” — Xavier de La Rue

    An American Ascent

    An American Ascent is a feature documentary about the first African American expedition to tackle North America’s highest peak, Denali.