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    Epic Stories

    Crossing the Arctic: A Six Month Expedition

    “Find a way, or make one.” — Robert Peary, one of the first polar explorers to reach the North Pole

    Runner’s High at Leadville Trail 100

    “If you want to run, run a mile. If you want to experience a different life, run a marathon.” — Emil Zatopek

    Hiking Oahu’s Forbidden Stairway to Heaven

    “There is a charm about the forbidden that makes it unspeakably desirable.” — Mark Twain

    Adults who live in Treehouses

    Would you live in a treehouse? The appeal is obvious to any kid, but it can seem like a daunting idea for adults. Nevertheless, cultural interest has erupted in recent years. You can vacation at a “treesort,” or watch a reality show about treetop architecture, or even rent a room in a treehouse on Airbnb. […]

    Nothing Stops Detroit.

    Shot entirely on 16MM and Super 8MM film – ‘Nothing Stops Detroit’ is a short, splice-of-life film documenting Californian street artist Evan Rossell during a painting trip to Detroit City, Michigan in late June 2013.

    Transitioning from professional athlete to professional graffiti artist

    Directed by: Strictua Artist: Does / Digitaldoes D.O.P.: Marijn Vanderheijden & Miquel Steps Editing & post-production by: Strictua Additional soccer footage: L1, SBS6 Music: Moby & Oby Nine Thanks: Mobygratis.com, Ilovegraffiti, Chas, Gomad, Ironlak, Submedia, Highly recommended facebook.com/digitaldoes digitaldoes.com facebook.com/strictua strictua.com

    On The Road

    J. G. Francis is the founder and owner of Mercedes Motoring in Glendale, California and he really, really loves cars. Specifically, Mercedes-Benz diesel cars produced between 1968-1985. He got his start by buying and restoring a used Mercedes-Benz 300SD for $700 and now he estimates he’s owned between 300-400 cars at this point. Watching this film, […]

    Karun: From Source To Sea On Iran’s Longest River

    British adventurers Tom Allen and Leon McCarron set out to follow Iran’s longest river, the Karun, by human powered means. Their aim is to go beyond the politics and explore the culture and geography of this most misunderstood of nations – and have a great adventure doing so. But despite Tom’s previous experience of travel […]

    Clark Little on staring down shorebreak for the perfect shot

    “Getting tossed around by shorebreak and slammed into the sand day after day is a rough go; Clark Little wouldn’t have it any other way. In fact, for the North Shore local, it’s all in a good day’s work. But the Waimea addict didn’t grow up snapping shots with his father’s camera like so many […]

    Down to Nothing

    We eagerly followed along Renan Ozturk‘s intermittent dispatches from Myanmar when he and The North Face climbing team led by Hilaree O’Neill were attempting to summit Hkakabo Razi in Myanmar, considered Southeast Asia’s highest peak at the bottom of the Himalayan range. Their adventure was chock full of unexpected challenges and realizations, both physical and […]

    The Wall of Death

    The Ken Fox Troupe is one of the last remaining traditional families of daredevil wall riders to travel Europe and the British Isles. This interesting documentary goes behind the scenes about what life is like as a travelling motorcycle daredevil team, one of the less conventional career choices out there.

    The American Dream

    “Once we went over that fence, our trip through America began.”

    Mark Mahoney’s LA Stories

    Adventure isn’t just mountains and Redbull. Adventure is more than just activities that test your physical limits. Adventure is also pushing yourself in ways you didn’t think your mind, body and soul could go. It’s doing things differently, despite what anyone else says. Tattooist to Brad Pitt and muse to Lana Del Rey, Mark Mahoney […]

    AINA: That Which Feeds Us

    ʻĀINA (pronounced “eye-nah”) means “That Which Feeds Us” in the Hawaiian language. The film highlights a way to address some of the most pressing environmental and health crises facing the island of Kauai – and of island Earth. That may sound like an outstanding claim, but as ʻĀINA vividly illustrates, such is the power of […]


    “Kinabuhi is a story about Filipino Coconut Farmers struggling to survive a Way-of-Life exploited by industrial agriculture and crippled by disasters like Typhoon Haiyan.”


    “I have a theory that we can choose if our sky is starry or not.”

    Drive, Sleep, Rupeet

    Learning how to drive a beat up rickshaw and race it around India

    Up the Creek without a Paddle

    Following the longest river in Iran from source to sea by human power.