1. When you've given everything, what do you have left?

    After achieving his dream summit, an elite climber finds himself empty. Broken and untethered, he searches for a fulfillment more lasting than a faraway peak.

    Shot entirely on the Canon EOS 1D X.
    See the making of the film here: vimeo.com/40029920

    And for more detailed making-of episodes:

    Starring: Steve House
    Produced and Directed by: Tyler Stableford
    Cinematography by: Tyler Stableford and Draper White
    Associate Producer: Kate Rolston
    Editor: Dave Wruck
    Assistant Editor: Ben Thomas
    Field Audio: Ben Thomas and Matthew Van Biene
    Riggers: Hayden Kennedy and Matthew Van Biene
    Music: Paul Fran-zik
    Sound mix: Coupe Studios

    See more by Steve House and his award-winning book Beyond The Mountain at: stevehouse.net

    See Tyler Stableford's portfolio at: tylerstableford.com

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    And we're doing it BIG in 25 theaters with Dogwoof!

    Our premiere is on Jan 28th at the Wilton Theater ! Q&A with Director Alma Har'el right after.

    Here are more dates:

    Saturday 28 January
    London – Wilton's Music Hall – Q&A with Alma Har'el

    Friday 03 February
    London – ICA
    Cambridge – Cambridge Arts Picturehouse

    Saturday 04 February
    London – ICA
    Cambridge – Cambridge Arts Picturehouse

    Sunday 05 February
    London – ICA
    Cambridge – Cambridge Arts Picturehouse

    Monday 06 February
    London – ICA
    Cambridge – Cambridge Arts Picturehouse

    Tuesday 07 February
    London – Clapham Picturehouse
    London – Greenwich Picturehouse
    London – Hackney Picturehouse
    London – ICA
    London – Ritzy Cinema
    London – Stratford Picture House
    Aberdeen – Belmont Picturehouse
    Bath – The Little Theatre
    Brighton – Duke Of York's Picturehouse
    Bury-St-Edmunds – Abbeygate Picturehouse
    Cambridge – Cambridge Arts Picturehouse
    Edinburgh – Cameo Cinema
    Exeter – Exeter Picturehouse
    Henley-upon-thames – Regal Picturehouse
    Leeds – Hyde Park Picture House
    Liverpool – Picturehouse At Fact
    Norwich – Cinema City
    Oxford – Phoenix Picturehouse
    Southampton – Harbour Lights Picture House
    York – City Screen Picturehouse

    Wednesday 08 February
    London – ICA
    Cambridge – Cambridge Arts Picturehouse

    Thursday 09 February
    London – ICA
    Cambridge – Cambridge Arts Picturehouse
    Newcastle upon Tyne – Side Cinema @ 19:30 – Ambassador Screening

    Friday 10 February
    London – ICA

    Saturday 11 February
    London – ICA

    Sunday 12 February
    London – ICA

    Monday 13 February
    London – ICA

    Tuesday 14 February
    London – ICA

    Wednesday 15 February
    London – ICA

    Thursday 16 February
    London – ICA

    Friday 17 February
    Belfast – Queens Film Theatre
    Bristol – Watershed

    Saturday 18 February
    Belfast – Queens Film Theatre
    Bristol – Watershed
    Newcastle – Tyneside Cinema

    Sunday 19 February
    Belfast – Queens Film Theatre
    Bristol – Watershed

    Monday 20 February
    Belfast – Queens Film Theatre
    Bristol – Watershed

    Tuesday 21 February
    Bristol – Watershed
    Newcastle – Tyneside Cinema
    Poole – Lighthouse

    Wednesday 22 February
    Bristol – Watershed

    Thursday 23 February
    Bristol – Watershed

    Sunday 15 April
    Penzance – Savoy Cinema

    Monday 16 April
    Penzance – Savoy Cinema

    Tuesday 17 April
    Falmouth – Phoenix Cinema
    St. Ives – Royal Cinema

    Wednesday 18 April
    St. Ives – Royal Cinema

    Monday 11 June
    Hastings – The Electric Palace


    WATCH BOMBAY BEACH! on iTunes, Amazon etc... You can also Pre-Order the DVD

    FB - facebook.com/Bombaybeachfilm
    Twitter - twitter.com/#!/bombaybeach

    Bombay Beach - A film by ALMA HAR'EL
    Music by BEIRUT and BOB DYLAN
    WINNER of Tribeca Best doc 2011

    From the Tribeca catalogue -

    The rusting relic of a failed 1950s development boom, the Salton Sea is a barren Californian landscape often seen as a symbol of the failure of the American Dream.

    A sea in the middle of the Colorado desert.

    First-time director Alma Har'el visits this poetically fruitful terrain in her distinctive documentary Bombay Beach, and finds there a motley cast including a bipolar seven-year-old, a lovelorn high school football star, and an octogenarian poet-prophet. Together they make up a triptych of American manhood in its decisive moments, populating the Salton Sea's land of thwarted opportunity.

    True to her roots as a photographer, video artist, and music video director, Har'el crafts here an adamantly atypical and artistically innovative film—a dreamlike poem that sets the personal stories of these distinctive yet familiar characters to a stylized amalgam of observational documentary and choreographed dance, with music by Beirut and Bob Dylan, all cast against the atmospheric scenery of the titular ghost town.

    The result is a moving and surreal documentary experience—an evocative, symbolic portrait of rural America and its inhabitants. Winner of the Tribeca film festival doc competition.

    For more info check out the official website:


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  3. The parade in Tiananmen Square to mark the 60th anniversary of the People's Republic of China - as seen in timelapse and slow-motion.

    Slow motion shot on a 7D at 720p/60
    Time lapses on Canon Eos5DmkII and Nikon D700.
    Edited on Final Cut Pro

    For more details on how this was shot head over to dslrnewsshooter.com

    For more on China from the Guardian go to guardian.co.uk/china

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  4. Director/DP - This was the first 1080p video widely released that was shot with the Canon 5D MKII. It was viewed more than 2 million times in the first week of its release.

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  5. Nominated for a 2012 Academy Award.

    In 2009, U.S. Marines launched a major helicopter assault on a Taliban stronghold in southern Afghanistan. Within hours of being dropped deep behind enemy lines, 25-year-old Sergeant Nathan Harris’s unit (US Marines Echo Company, 2nd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment) is attacked from all sides. Cut off and surrounded, the Marines fight a ghostlike enemy and experience immense hostility from displaced villagers caught in the middle.

    Embedded in Echo Company during the assault, photojournalist and filmmaker Danfung Dennis captures the frontline action with visceral immediacy. When Sergeant Harris returns home to North Carolina after a life-threatening injury in battle, the film evolves from stunning war reportage to the story of one man’s personal apocalypse. With the love and support of his wife, Ashley, Harris struggles to overcome the difficulties of transitioning back to civilian life.

    In immense physical pain, Sergeant Harris grows addicted to his medication. His agony deepens as he attempts to reconcile the gulf between his experience of war and the terrifying normalcy of life at home. The two realities seamlessly intertwine to communicate both the extraordinary drama of war and, for a generation of soldiers, the no less difficult experience of returning home.

    An unprecedented exploration of the moving image and a film of uncommon intimacy, HELL AND BACK AGAIN comes full circle as it lays bare the true cost of war.

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