1. Huayhuash

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    from Joey Schusler / Added

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    “¿Huayhuash?¿¡Huayhuash con bici’s!? No. No noooo… Es imposible.” In the winter of 2014, three friends set out on a self supported ride, looking for nothing more than a truly genuine experience. The goal: to circumnavigate one of the most wonderful and wicked mountain ranges in the world – the Huayhuash, by bicycle. This was all a spur of the moment idea; part of the vicious cycle of making every adventure more thrilling than the last. January was the off-season, or rainy season, for the Andes so the wilderness would be completely desolate. The three friends hoped to be the second group to complete this trek on bikes. However, they underestimated the relentless weather they would encounter as they traveled for a week above treeline. The friends tagged first descents down rocky couloirs and 16,000ft passes, watched sunrises against the tallest peaks in the country, and slept to the sounds of serac fall at night. In the end, they didn't quite make it as far as they had hoped. Between rain storms, concussions and waving guns the Huayhuash had ripped at their eager ambitions. A sense of wonder was fulfilled and the friendship of three adventure loving friends was reinforced. Huayhuash is the story of genuine adventure and the challenges that come along with it. Director: Joey Schusler Filming: Joey Schusler & Thomas Woodson Written By: Thomas Woodson & Joey Schusler Narration: Joey Schusler Edit: Thomas Woodson & Joey Schusler Design: Thomas Woodson & Human Design Music: Thomas Kenny & Marmoset Music Sound Design: Keith White Audio & Ryan Prater Produced By: Joey Schusler Executive Producers: Bike Magazine, 5Point Film, Human Design With Support From: Yeti Cycles, Smith Optics, 5 Point Film, Bike Magazine In Association With: Outdoor Research, Big Agnes, CamelBak, GoPro, The Feed, Revelate Designs, Big Tree Farms Camera: Sony FS700, Canon 5DIII, Canon 7D, & GoPro Hero 3+ Run Time: 13 mins. Date of Completion: April 2014 Language: English Vimeo Staff Pick 2014 Best Adventure Award: 2014 Adventure Outdoor Fest Best Emerging Filmmaker Award: 2014 Boulder Adventure Film Festival Official Selection - 2014 5Point Film Festival Official Selection - 2014 Dutch Mountain Film Festival Official Selection - 2014 A4B Film Festival Official Selection - 2014 Bicycle Film Festival New York Official Selection - 2014 Lima Mountain Film Festival Official Selection - 2014 Boulder Adventure Film Festival Official Selection - 2014 Adventure Film Festival Official Selection - 2014 Adventure Outdoor Festival Official Selection - 2014 Chamonix Adventure Festival Official Selection - 2014 Luxembourg Bicycle Art & Film Festival Official Selection - 2014 Sydney Rides Film Festival Official Selection - 2014 Adventure Awards Days Official Selection - 2014 Rocky Spirit Film Festival Official Selection - 2014 Moab Ho-Down Film Festival Official Selection - 2015 Sheffield Adventure Film Festival Official Selection - 2015 Fernie Mountain Film See the corresponding multimedia feature with Bike Magazine here: http://huayhuash.bikemag.com

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    • Tits Out Therapy

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      Porn. It's a word that instantly grabs your attention. It evokes dark fantasies, forbidden pleasures, sleazy moustaches and cheesy plot lines. The porn industry hasn't really changed for decades, apart from the advent of the internet and HD cameras, that now show you every curve and detail. But it's the online porn overload that's precisely why famous porn stars are now personalising their content in new and intimate ways. One of Australia's most successful porn actresses, Angela White, says the porn industry is suffering from piracy forcing porn stars to think of other ways to make money. Many have turned to web cams. And the customers are finding the services beneficial, with Ms White offering clients a form of therapy which she calls 'Tits out therapy'. Produced by Andy Park. Camerawork and editing by Mischa Chaleyer-Kynaston Shot on a Canon C300 and edited in Final Cut Pro 7.

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      • Prison pals

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        Every weekend 65-year-old Clive Jacobsen takes a four-hour train ride from his Sydney home to attend mass in Shell Harbour. For Mr Jacobsen, it's as much about the journey as the destination. The train carriages double as a mobile office of sorts, a place where he can clear his head and get stuck into something he's been doing for more than a decade -- letter writing. Mr Jacobsen has more than 550 pen pals but it's not your average correspondence because they're all in prison. For twelve years he's been writing to condemned inmates in Zambia, Thailand and South Africa. Slowly one letter turned to two, which turned into around 2500. He lays the letters out on the small dining table in his modest home, each letter placed delicately into a plastic sleeve and each sleeve named and numbered. "I started amassing the letters, I realised I had to get some order into my system," he says. Writing to prisoners, says Mr Jacobsen, is the only way to keep in contact with them. "For the inmates it's their only form of communication," he says. "You do get close to them, you get to know their likes and dislikes, how many children they have, if their wife has stayed with them or not." Letter writing is arguably a dying art but as there are prisoners, Mr Jacobsen intends to keep writing to them. Producer: Jeannette Francis Camerawork: Mischa Chaleyer-Kynaston Shot on a Canon C300, edited with Final Cut Pro 7.

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        • The Pill - A history of oral contraception (The Feed)

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          The Feed looks at the history of the oral contraceptive drug commonly known as The Pill. Produced by Nick McDougall, voiced by Jeannette Francis, graphics by Daniel Holohan. The Feed airs weeknights at 19:30 on SBS 2. You can also follow us on Twitter at @TheFeedSBS2, or 'LIKE' us on Facebook to stay in the loop.

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          • Caught Inside - The Taboo Of Being A Gay Surfer - The Feed SBS2

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            Despite an increase in the number of elite athletes coming out in other sports, there has never been an openly gay surfer on the professional tour. In the wider surf community, many hide their sexuality in fear of rejection, threats or ostracism. In a world where male-to-male bonding is pivotal in the formation of surf crews, there is an ever-present undercurrent of homophobia with the words “fag”, “poofter”, “homo” and “faggot” thrown around constantly to insult and abuse rival surf crews. Surf culture is very different from many other sports, it is dictated by an extensive list of strange and complex unwritten rules - Surf break ‘ownership,' the ‘pecking order’, each individual's personal image as a surfer as well as a strong emphasis on camaraderie between fellow surfers. These long, complicated rules not only change from beach to beach but also from country to country. The archetypal surfer is strong, tanned, athletic and masculine and presents himself armed with a tough exterior, adopting a ‘gang-like’ mentality when laying claim to their part of turf on the beach. With risk of losing sponsorship, ‘poofter bashing’, bullying in the line-up and even suicide, it is no surprise then that in the world of surfing, homosexuality is almost invisible. Surfing is a sport that presents itself with such open-mindedness, a strong connection to the ocean and freedom in spirit, yet many surfers still don’t feel so free about talking about opening up about their sexuality. The Feed meets three gay surfers who have all recently come out in a sub-culture where they say homosexuality is still a taboo. Produced by Gabriel Virata and Miles Bence

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            • The Clockmaker

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              Will Matthysen is part of a dying profession. He's a clockmaker. Tinkering away in his workshop in Victoria, Australia he builds unique and bespoke clocks. Matthysen has built more than 170 clocks with each clock taking many days, weeks, and even months of work. He makes less than 10 clocks per year. His clocks are made predominately out of Australian hardwood timber - carefully selecting the right combination and colours of timber to achieve the design and function he's after. And his contemporary designs look unlike many other clocks you might find. Produced by Kristofor Lawson Camerawork by Nick McDougall and Kristofor Lawson Shot on a Canon C300 and Canon 5D Mark III - Editing and colour grading in Final Cut Pro X

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              • Relatively Speaking - Human Development - The Feed SBS2

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                • The FEED - 1500 Marilla Behind the Scenes

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                  A busy week at Dallas City Hall as we celebrate Asian Heritage Month and kick off the 12th annual Click It Ticket Campaign. You watching The FEED your behind the scenes look at Dallas City Hall.

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                  • The Feed - Cotton Bowl Gets a New Look

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                    The Cotton Bowl is ready for it's busiest time of the year... the State Fair of Texas. In addition to adding more seating capacity, the Cotton Bowl now features a new and improved façade that allows visitors to look out into the stadium during the day and into the night… but officials say the new VIP area makes it a premier sports and evens venue.

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                    • The Beekeeper's Son (The Feed)

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                      In 2004, Douglas Jensen was charged and later convicted for his father's murder. In 2011, after almost seven years in prison, a jury found him not guilty. The Feed met with Douglas to take a look at a case that police say is still unsolved. Produced by Joel Tozer.

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