Moacir’s dreams stray from typical boyish fantasies of superheroes and pirates. He wants nothing more than to escape his Nicaraguan life of poverty and abuse to live the American dream. The mission north teaches Moacir that unlike many childhood narratives, dreams don’t always come true, but the journey can teach you lessons far greater.
About Ishita Malaviya, a journalism student who, as the title suggests, tried surfing and, along with her boyfriend, Tushar Puthiyan, became hooked. They pooled their money and bought their first surfboard – they could only afford one – and taught themselves to surf. Now she is a professional surfer and they run the Shaka Surf Club in Manipal, Karnataka.
Labelled as perhaps the greatest, as yet undone, technical sea kayak expedition in the world, explorers Justine Curgenven and Sarah Outen set out to paddle 2,500km along the Aleutian chain of islands in Alaska to the nearest road. Alone for 101 days in one of the windiest, roughest places on earth, the two women are swept away from land by unknown currents, pounded by rough seas and approached by bears.
無可比擬 Like Nothing Else
Bringing some of the world’s best windsurfers to the big screen this short film is jam packed with big air, incredible stunts, impressive surfing and heart wrenching drops. Like Nothing Else put’s NeilPryde’s windsurfing sails and pro athletes to the test and the results are mindblowing.
Howard and Michele Hall have made a life of diving into the unknown in search of unique marine subjects for their IMAX films. With over four decades of marine cinematography experience, seven Emmy awards, and countless features in the likes of National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, and NOVA, the Halls are the world’s premiere underwater filmmakers. In Ocean Stories: The Halls, we are taken on a visual adventure beneath the waves and into the alien world of the deep.
This is the story of a sentient beings epic battle to prove to the world that is has every right to call this pale blue dot their home. The North Pacific Humpback Whale was hunted to the brink of extinction. The early 70′s brought us close to no return, only about 500 left in the entire North Pacific. 40 years later and we’re looking at a population over 25,000. In one lifetime we have witnessed one of the greatest success stories in conservation history.
Gold Coast surfer Ryan Hipwood has made a career out of surfing the borderline impossible and “The Right” in Western Australia surely qualifies for that distinction. There are waves at “The Right” that actually are impossible to make. Watch in awe as Mark Mathews, Dean Morrison, and a handful of others willing to roll the dice take on this monster slab.
孟加拉漂流記 Gold of Bengal
影片講述了法國人Corentin de Chatelperron，用麻袋等材料，建造了一條廉價的環保船。之后 Chatelperron帶著兩只母雞，獨自駕駛著這條僅有一個小型溫室和幾個新奇小發明的“金色孟加拉”，用了6個月環游了孟加拉海灣群島。并且用攝像機錄下了他本次的旅程。
The Frenchman, Corentin de Chatelperron, who used jute and found and reused objects to create a cheap, sustainable and viable vessel.Chatelperron then set out on the boat with two hens, a small greenhouse and a few other contraptions with the intention of six months’ self-sustained solo sailing around the islands of the Gulf of Bengal – filming his journey.