An inspired and inspiring edit from “Tragedy and Hope” setting the brilliant philosopher Alan Watts to images that seem to bring out fresh meaning.
An American and Brit quit their jobs to undertake a 9000 mile human powered expedition across the length of Brazil. Brazil 9000 is soulful, wide-eyed, bold and… ongoing. Write them. Brazil9000.com
According to Alastair Humphreys, a microadventure is what can be achieved between going home from work and showing up the next day. Want to duck out of your job? Ollie Peart shows us how it’s done.
How haunting is the desert? This absolutely hypnotic film about crossing the Gobi Desert on foot takes us there. From Emmanuel Berthier & MBC Prods.
How much heart can you pack into :57 seconds? Lots. Any awesome short-short about friends hitting the outdoors in Sweden, from Hannah Maia Taylor (Maia Media). Definitely inspiring.
What happens when a London prep school sends its team to Mongolia to play polo in the birthplace of equestrian arts? The companion film to “Genghis Khan Polo Club” from Gary Thomas.
Hundreds of years ago, polo originated with the horsemen of the Mongolian steppe. Now, the Genghis Khan Polo Club is bringing it home. By filmmaker Gary Thomas.
5 countries, 55,000 photographs and dozens of sleepless nights on some of the world’s highest peaks went into Elia Saikaly’s beautiful time lapse film.
Juan Arbeloa’s mother always asks him, “Is it really necessary to go to Ethiopia to ride a bicycle?” This film is his answer. Stunningly photographed, brilliantly edited.
In “Mirror River” filmmaker Will Stauffer-Norris compresses his 113 day source-to-sea exploration of the Colorado River into 3 minutes. Beautiful, haunting and quite a statement without uttering a word. DownTheColorado.org