1. The Abandoned Hot Springs


    from Sasha Barkans / Added

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    Directed and Edited Sasha Barkans Cinematography Sasha Barkans, Paula Brent Location Meager Creek Hot Springs, Lillooet River, British Columbia Presented The-Winnow.com

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    • Niki Flundra at Cloverdale Rodeo 2015


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      Niki Flundra performance at Cloverdale Rodeo 2015

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      • Mamquam Gainer MPEG 4


        from Wes Dixon / Added

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        Mamquam Huckin!

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        • Desk to Glory


          from Koyo / Added

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          We all define home in different ways. To a lot of people it's a specific city; for others, it's their parents' house. But, for some, home is a red Toyota pickup and the person sitting next to you. Ashley & Richard are the overlanding duo that make up Desk to Glory. They hail from Vancouver, but you'll currently find them on the road, somewhere between Panama and Patagonia. That's all we'll say for now... for more of their story, check out the video below! Working with Desk to Glory was nothing short of inspiring. They pushed us creatively, and simply being around them was a great reminder of how contagious enthusiasm can be. If we were able to capture even a fraction of their passion and drive, then we've done our job. You can follow Ashley & Richard's travels at www.desktoglory.com.

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          • Culinaire-2015


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            Culinaire is an event where restaurants and purveyors can showcase their product to those who have a love for great food and beverage. It is an opportunity to try new flavours and cooking technique, and explore restaurants and dishes you may have never known about. Culinaire is a food experience for all to enjoy, from the restaurant novice to the most refined foodie, for those who will eat anything, to those who want to try it for the first time. Inside the Crystal Garden awaits a friendly and hospitable environment for you to sample and enjoy the great cuisine our region produces. Culinaire proudly supports and benefits the Camosun College Culinary Arts Program and The BC Hospitality Foundation.

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            • Phoenix


              from Allison Crowe / Added

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              “Phoenix” rises next from Allison Crowe’s “Sylvan Hour”. Snow fell on Newfoundland, Canada this week – and, even in the cold and dark, we’re witness to irrepressible spirit and positive strength. Inspiration! It’s said that “Meet John Doe” represents an attempt by Frank Capra, the great Italian-born American film director, (known for more care-free populist classics - “It Happened One Night”, “It’s a Wonderful Life” and others), to “work out his own fears and questions” about the future of the people. Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Story, this 1941 movie stars Barbara Stanwyck, Gary Cooper, Edward Arnold and, as “The Colonel”, Walter Brennan (who rails against “the heelots” – the “greedy-guts’’ in our society, as Buffy Sainte-Marie calls them.) http://music.allisoncrowe.com/track/phoenix-sh “Sylvan Hour is truly a masterpiece” says pioneering culture blog Muruch. (http://www.muruch.com/2015/05/allisoncrowe-sylvanhour.html) Discover this music from a remarkable artist at a personal and creative crossroads in her life. “Sylvan Hour” is an album of songs bridging west and east, piano and guitar, then and now… For fans of Allison Crowe at her purest, this is voice, one accompanying instrument – one take. Real-time performances in the sequence they’re played and sung by Allison in a log-home on Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada. That afternoon the musician was in the midst of migrating from her birthplace of Nanaimo, BC, on Canada’s Pacific, to a new nest in Corner Brook, NL, on the Atlantic coast. Soon to fly east, Crowe bade farewell to those near and dear on western shores – including compatriot Kayla Schmah on Salt Spring, neighbouring Vancouver Island. Decades earlier Schmah’s parents had made an epic trek to the Pacific Northwest from Central Canada – in a repurposed donut truck. Planting themselves in the Gulf Islands archipelago, they lived at first in a converted parachute in the woods. From the ground up the home-steaders then built a family dwelling out of Douglas Fir – their “sylvan castle”. Allison and Kayla, as musicians had shared stages together from their teens onward (and, years later, becoming a film-scorer in Hollywood, Schmah brilliantly orchestrated and produced Crowe’s album “Spiral”.) Among the friends together on SSI this day was Ryan Adams (who, like Schmah was a recent graduate of Berklee College of Music and was en route to becoming an in-demand tv/film audio engineer in Los Angeles). With mics and a laptop set-up in the living-room, Adams captured this set of the newest songs in Allison’s repertoire – originals including “Skeletons and Spirits”, “Running”, and “Silence” as well as a trio of covers (interpreting songs famously by Joni Mitchell, The Lovin’ Spoonful and Aretha Franklin). Also gorgeous, but differently so, essentially group versions of most of these songs were released near the end of that same year (2006) on Allison Crowe’s album “This Little Bird” (the title track a celebration of her migration). “I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You)” is the sole sylvan session recording released before – it’s presented now within the full hour of music for all time. Enjoy this most natural of talents – in this most natural of settings.

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              • Mamquam Falls


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                Low water on the Mamquam means one thing. Put the kayaks away and get the aerial maneuvers cranking!! YEWWWWWWWWWWWW!

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                • For Sale 708 8th Street, Nelson British Columbia


                  from Demian Whitley / Added

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                  Sue Stanger and Demian Whitley are excited to share this one of a kind listing with you. 708 8th Street is located in sunny Fairview in beautiful Nelson B.C. This is a very rare opportunity to own one of Nelson's finest and most desirable properties. This beautifully landscaped, private park like .83 acres offers endless opportunity. The modern 4 bed 3 bath home has been impeccably updated to suit the modern active family including open concept custom kitchen with granite counter-tops, a beautiful spacious master bedroom with large en suite, games room, media room, wine cellar and much more. The landscaped grounds boast a tranquil forest creek side setting and all the amenities for endless family fun. This property is a must see and you will not be disappointed!

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                  • Ice Warrior Intro Video Map Sequence


                    from Daniel Broome / Added

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                    Watermarked Version of Ice Warrior intro video (No, not the Doctor Who kind ;)

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                    • Learning to Crow


                      from Dendrite Studios / Added

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                      There is an instinctive bond between human beings and other living things. Learning to crow. This is a short film highlighting 3 days of adventuring with Matty Richard and his coyote-dog gem Sula, as both of them listen and tune into their natural surroundings and shared experiences Filmer: Matty Richard (shot entirely on GoPro for the Whistler Blackcomb GoPro GO show event, May 2015) Edit: Nicolas Teichrob

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