1. Heart of Stone - Documentary Short

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    from Andrew Kornylak / Added

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    Now Subtitled en Espanol! https://vimeo.com/4936206 It's no secret that the Southeastern US has some of the best rock climbing in the country. Grassroots organizations like the Southeastern Climbers Coalition and the Carolina Climbers Coalition are gaining and preserving access to this treasure in a unique way - by buying it. the annual Triple Crown Bouldering Competition - the largest outdoor climbing competition in the world - is at the center of this access revolution. This new film celebrates what many are calling a Golden Age of discovery and stewardship in the South. It's a look at the miraculous mix of activism, generosity and respect for tradition, in the Heart of Stone. (c) 2009 Andrew Kornylak www.akornphoto.com and Josh Fowler www.boycottmedia.com

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    • The Invisible Photograph: Part 1 (Underground)

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      from Carnegie Museum of Art / Added

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      A safe haven for thousands of images happens to be hundreds of feet underground in a repurposed limestone mine.

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      • A Fight for Survival

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        from Lee Burghard / Added

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        © 2014 Lee Burghard - Wild Shutter Imaging. All rights reserved. Please contact us for required license/permission for use in any medium : wildshutterimaging@gmail.com This is a project I've been filming over the last several months in Palm Beach, FL. I've always been fascinated by sharks. Once I became a diver, I finally had the the opportunity to be in the water with these majestic animals. It was a very eye-opening experience, and I've found that sharks are nothing like what the media and hollywood makes them out to be. Sharks are now facing a number of difficulties due to overfishing and the high demand of shark fin markets in Asia. The lack of proper fishing regulations and little public awareness about the problems surrounding sharks further contributes to all of this. My hope for this video is to help change some of the public's misunderstood beliefs about sharks, and show others the truth about their behavior towards humans based on my own experience as a diver. Very special thanks to Calypso Dive Charters, and Emerald Charters for giving myself and many other great friends, divers, and photographers such an amazing experience with these animals.. Interested in seeing more of my work? Visit me at: Homepage - www.wildshutterimaging.com Facebook - www.facebook.com/wildshutterimaging Instagram - http://instagram.com/wild_shutter_imaging/ Blog - http://wildshutterimaging.wordpress.com/ Photography: 1st Image: E.O. via shutterstock - www.shutterstock.com/gallery-679198p1.html 2nd Image: Cornfield via shutterstock - www.shutterstock.com/gallery-626383p1.html 3rd Image: Shawn Henrichs - www.bluespheremedia.com Equipment: Nauticam NA-6D Zen DP-200 Port Canon 6D DSLR SIgma 15mm lens

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        • FLIR: The Invisible Made Visible

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          from Oceanic Preservation Society / Added

          Learn more about the technology behind the filming of this scene: http://www.flirnews.com/2014/12/05/how-did-racing-extinction-filmmakers-visually-show-co2/ Sign up for updates on the film and ways to take action in the race against extinction at www.racingextinction.com facebook.com/racingextinction twitter.com/Extinction_OPS instagram.com/racingextinction About the Film: Utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, Oscar®-winner Louie Psihoyos (The Cove) assembles a team of artists and activists intent on showing the world never-before-seen images that expose issues of endangered species and mass extinction. Whether infiltrating notorious black markets with guerilla-style tactics or exploring the scientific causes affecting changes to the environment, "Racing Extinction" will change the way we see the world and our role within it. Coming to theaters this fall.

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          • Cool Hunting Video: Mercedes Motoring

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            from Cool Hunting / Added

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            Cruising around with Mercedes Motoring owner J.G. Francis, we learned plenty about preserved Mercedes-Benzes. With a strong passion for the brand, Francis and his team search the country for vintage Mercedes-Benzes from the '60s to '80s, and then bring them to his Glendale, CA shop to preserve (rather than fully restore) these unaltered beauties. A true purist in his field, Francis uses the car's original parts whenever possible, with the goal of maintaining the intended engineering and styling.

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            • Fäviken

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              from Dark Rye / Added

              A look inside one of the world's most interesting restaurants, Fäviken Magasinet, and its remarkable head chef Magnus Nilsson. Located in a remote part of northwest Sweden and sourcing every single ingredient from the immediate surrounding area, Fäviken has been called the most isolated serious restaurant in the world. See more at www.darkrye.com Follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/darkryemag and Instagram www.instagram.com/darkryemag

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              • Les requins de la colère | opening title

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                from Cokau Lab / Added

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                Opening title for documentary LES REQUINS DE LA COLERE directed by Jérôme Delafosse. Art direction and post production by Cokau Lab. http://www.canalplus.fr/c-infos-documentaires/pid7961-c-les-requins-de-la-colere.html http://cokaulab.com/ follow us facebook.com/cokau twitter.com/cokaulab

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                • After 68 trailer

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                  from Camilo Silva / Added

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                  Work-in-progress trailer for the feature length documentary film, After 68. The documentary chronicles the rise and fall of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, California and traces the struggle to save the landmark building from demolition.

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                  • Saving Species: The Grasshopper Sparrow

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                    from Oceanic Preservation Society / Added

                    Sign up for updates on the film and ways to take action in the race against extinction at www.racingextinction.com facebook.com/racingextinction twitter.com/Extinction_OPS instagram.com/racingextinction About the Film: Utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, Oscar®-winner Louie Psihoyos (The Cove) assembles a team of artists and activists intent on showing the world never-before-seen images that expose issues of endangered species and mass extinction. Whether infiltrating notorious black markets with guerilla-style tactics or exploring the scientific causes affecting changes to the environment, "Racing Extinction" will change the way we see the world and our role within it. Coming to theaters this fall.

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                    • The Invisible Photograph: Part 3 (Extraterrestrial)

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                      from Carnegie Museum of Art / Added

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                      In Part III of The Invisible Photograph, see how the "techno archaeologists" of the Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project digitally recovered the first photographs of the moon taken by a set of unmanned space probes in the 1960s.

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