1. Panamerican Childhood

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    • Brian Kachinsky Passport Video

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      • Listen Up Adults

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        Starring the amazing kids of Barrio Planta Project in San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua. Listen up adults! When was the last time YOU did something creative? Made for: Barrio Planta Project San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua (www.barrioplantaproject.org) Donated by: Weird Pixel Formerly know as Thirsty Girl Films & The Gwapa Project (www.welcometoweird.com) Starring: Kevin Fernando Villalta Vermudez Featuring: Yeferson Paniagua Alemán Carlos Solis Obando Alvin José Paredes Cárcamo Osmani Morales Muñoz Aisha Lacayo Heysel Lacayo Mario José Calderón Mora Guiselle Carvajal Ponce Kasmary Torrez Yaeska Vallejos Hernandez Cristhel GAbriela Castillo Rodrigues Dindy Paredes Carcamo Brevin Ballejos Trejos Daniel Bustos Mora Nahomi Guido Anelis Espinoza Director/Editor: Meg Pinsonneault Producers: Kelly Rego Lauren Spiegel Meg Pinsonneault Director of Photography: Sabina Padilla Music by: Ben Meade Thank you to our awesome donors who made this amazing experience possible! Stay Weird. www.welcometoweird.com

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        • NICARAGUA NICARAGUA

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          surf trip in Popoyo, Nicaragua. April 2014. Pictures and sounds by Camille Durand GoPro footage shot by Jose Marcano. Music : The Growlers "Tijuana" The Growlers "01 Something Someone Jr."

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          • PLAYNIKA_SURF

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            play hard . play well . playnika soundtrack by: gustavo cerati. track title "Raiz"

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            • This Land is for All of We: A small Rama community in Bangkukuk, Nicaragua, speaks out about the Grand Canal Project

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              This Land is for All of We: A small Rama community in Bangkukuk, Nicaragua, speaks out about the Grand Canal Project In June of 2013, over the course of a few days, and with almost no public consultation, one of the largest infrastructure development project in history was ratified by the Nicaraguan government. The contract grants sweeping powers over Nicaraguan territories and a 100 year concession to the Hong Kong Nicaragua Canal Development Investment Commission (HKND). The mega-project, dubbed The Grand Canal Project, will cut a 178 mile long swath across Nicaragua. It will destroy almost a million acres of rainforest and wetland, heavily dredge and potentially salinate Lake Cocibolca – the largest source of freshwater in Central America - and remove hundreds of indigenous communities in its path, including the village of Bangkukuk, which is featured in this video. Comprised mostly of indigenous Rama people who have occupied this region for centuries, the canal would force the Rama off their lands, fragment their community, and threaten their livelihoods and way of life. Proponents of the canal promise thousands of jobs and huge economic development for the country. But in Bangkukuk, a traditional subsistence farming and fishing community, trading their territorial rights and traditional way of life for “economic development” is a poor bargain, especially for a people whose cultural identity is so closely tied to their land. And the promise of jobs seems far-fetched and out of touch with the realities of rural village life. In this video, community member Jose Luis states, “None of us is professional to work in a canal. That is clear.” He continues, “Maybe it could be for wash shoes. For them. Maybe. Because them no going to include we in no canal.” The indigenous people of the Autonomous Region of the Southern Atlantic coast have legal and territorial rights to their lands. National and international treaties require that the indigenous people be consulted on any projects in their territory. (Read the Wiki on the UN declaration, as well as the UN's PDF.) In the case of The Grand Canal Project, this did not happen. Construction is slated to begin in December 2014 and the Rama in Bangkukuk are still in the dark about their fate. Claus Kjaerby, from the Danish organization Forests of the World, (who was in Bangkukuk the same time I was) is racing to pressure international shipping companies – especially the Danish shipping giant, Maersk, the biggest customer of the Panama canal – to ensure that the canal is not “constructed at the expense of indigenous rights or protected environments.” (You can go to verdensskove.org/en to sign the petition to Maersk and read more about the canal.) Sadly, if construction on the canal begins and the indigenous communities are forcibly removed from their lands, it will be one more example in a long history of injustices to native peoples around the world. My hope is that the international community will rise to the occasion, hear the pleas of this small community – whose fears are echoed across Nicaragua – and help halt a path from which none of us can return. -Tom Miller

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              • PURGATORY

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                Filmed/Cut- NAZRO Facebook.com/MrNathandajet Filmed in the country of Nicaragua Would love to COLLABORATE WHATSAPP # 82559470 "One man murders his lover and commits suicide. Leading him to wait in purgatory. Where he is tortured for his sins."

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                • Central America 2014 | Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua | Backpack, Culture, Party, Travel

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                  I've started my 4-week backpacking trip through Central America on 30/05/2014 in Panama City (Panama). After a short acclimatization I went north trough whole Costa Rica to reach my final destination in Managua (Nicaragua). With this video I want to thank all people I've met and all people I traveled with. The whole journey was an experience I will never forget. On the way to Nicaragua I passed the following stations and places: • Panama: Panama Stadt, David, Boguete, Almirante, Bocas del Toro inkl. Inseln, Sixaola • Costa Rica: Puerto Viejo, Cahuita Nation Park, Limon, San Jose, Monte Verde, Puntarenas, San Jose, Montezuma, Liberia, Peñas Blancas • Nicaragua: San Juan Del Sur, Rivas, Isla Ometepe, Granada, Managua "The time you enjoy wasting - is not wasted time" Filmed & Edited by: • Martin Werner Equipment: • Nikon D3300 • Nikkor 35mm 1:1.8G • Sigma 18-200mm 1:3.5-6.3 II • GoPro Hero 3+ Black Edition • Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT5 • Light Craft Workshop Fader ND mark II • Cullmann Primax 150 Tripod Music by: • Solander - The Garden • James Yuill - This Sweet Love • Solander - Generations Lost • Radical Face - Ghost Towns • Uniform Motion - Our Hearts Have Been Misplaced In A Secret Location Please support the artists here: • itunes.apple.com/de/artist/solander • itunes.apple.com/de/artist/james-yuill • itunes.apple.com/de/artist/RadicalFace • itunes.apple.com/de/artist/UniformMotion Watch more Videos: Southeast Asia 2014 | Part 1 | https://vimeo.com/102605479 Southeast Asia 2014 | Part 2 | https://vimeo.com/104495054 Contact: • Martinwerner3@googlemail.com • facebook.com/martin.wernernarino • vimeo.com/martinwerner

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                  • Episode II - Nicaragua

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                    Nicaragua - Its about the People. First lesson we learned in Nica is that what truly makes a country special is the people that inhabit it. Go to Nicaragua and you will feel like coming home. Immediately. When we were in Nicaragua, we were lucky enough to make contact with a very spacial person. His name is Greig Trout and he is a double cancer survivor. Today he is traveling the world with the ambition to give people, who currently struggle with the same challenges he faced, hope and strength by showing a world, which is waiting and ready to be explored. This Video is dedicated to Clair - a young lady and a tough fighter, who followed Greigs adventures online. In memory of beautiful Claire. Read more about Greigs' inspiring story here: http://www.whenyousurvive.com This is Episode 2 out of 4 episodes that will go online in the next month. So stay tuned and make sure to leave a comment! We'd love to know what you feel about it. Watch the Trailer and Episode I first! https://vimeo.com/88935636 https://vimeo.com/93374413 Equipment used: Nikon D7000 Nikkor 50mm f1,8 Nikkor 18-200mm f4,5-5,6 Sigma 10-20mm f3,5-5,6 Go Pro HD Hero 3 Want to see the pictures we took on the trip? Follow that link: facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.260995880692131.1073741840.252584918199894&type=3 How about you take a look at some of our other stuff and give us your thumb up? There you go: JVGNDSTIJL.de facebook.com/JVGNDSTIJL Thank you for watching :) Jonas, Lucas, Robin This video is a private, non commercial production for creative collaboration purposes only.

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                    • My Year in Four Minutes

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                      Music by Xavier Rudd - Follow the Sun Filmed on Gopro HD2 and Canon 7D Over 2012 I set off on a world tour to promote my film Transcendence. On the way I mainly focused on still photography for a change but every now and then filmed a bit and this is what has come of it! You can check out my photography on www.joshneilson.com from all the amazing places you see in this film. I started in NZ and headed to USA. The next destination in the film is Norway even though I did a sneaky trip in between that to Australia and Colorado. After Norway I went to Uganda for 6 weeks and then the film finished in Nicaragua and Costa Rica where I spent the last 6 weeks of the trip. Huge thanks to all the people who help me live this life! TRIBE RIDERS - BLISS-STICK KAYAKS - CANOE AND KAYAK NZ - AT PADDLES - KEEN FOOTWEAR - HYDRAULICS - SKULL CANDY - GOPRO - You are all awesome!! Thanks to my family who are the best and to all my mates who I get to share these awesome times with!! After the success of Transcendence I am now in the process of getting a new film underway! Keep your eyes out for what comes next!! Cheers Josh

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