1. Tennis - "Take Me Somewhere" (Official Music Video)


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    A Film by Ian Perlman Colorist - Greg Reese (The Mill NYC) Filmed aboard the Swift Ranger on the Chesapeake Bay near Reedville, VA Bolex Super 16 with Kern Primes Kodak Vision 3 250D/7207 Kodak Vision 2 50D/7201 Develop & Telecine - Technicolor Post Color - The Mill

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    • Ep101-Cruising Has NO LIMITS


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      TheSailingChannel co-produces "Adventures in Sailing" with public tv station, WPBT2, Miami. The half-hour series presents classic and critically acclaimed films that capture the magic and adventure of sailing. The series originally test aired on WLIW21 NY Public TV as "Sailing Channel Theater" during summer 2009, reaching nearly 200,000 viewers. Episode 101 premiers extended excerpts from the latest documentary by world renowned cruising couple Lin & Larry Pardey. This remarkable film show Lin and Larry skimming before caressing trade winds, savoring tropical landfalls, and evading stormy seas. But their stories of ocean voyaging are much richer than the typical image of the cruising life under sail. We join the documentary in the Indian Ocean as the Pardey's, on board their 29'9" engineless wooden cutter Taleisin, close in on the southern tip of Africa for the first of three incredible adventures. Cruising Has NO LIMITS is a treat for both seasoned sailors and those who just dream of visiting different cultures under sail. Visit TheSailingChannel.TV to get the full unabridged 74-minute version of Cruising Has NO LIMITS as well as a plethora of other high quality sailing videos. Purchase the full 74 minute version, Download or DVD, at thesailingchannel.tv/pardey/chnl.

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      • Maryland


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        I spent this weekend at a gorgeous house on the Chesapeake Bay with Zach, Courtney, Pete and Amanda. I can't tell you how nice it was. This music is another mix by ABX at the Hood Internet. It's Jens Lekman and E40. www.thehoodinternet.com

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        • PSA: What does it take to restore and protect the Chesapeake Bay? (Web Version)


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          What does it take to restore and protect one of America's greatest national treasures? If you're talking about the Chesapeake Bay, that's a really big question. So we asked our partners in the Chesapeake Bay Program, which has led the way in Bay restoration the past three decades, to show us how it's done. From using advanced science and technology to explore our environment, to creating positive community action throughout the 64,000 square mile watershed, it takes a lot of really smart people working together toward a single goal: to protect our land and water and restore the Chesapeake Bay. Watch this video to learn more about the Bay Program's work to collect scientific data, restore vital habitats, monitor iconic fisheries and study our environmental impacts, while sharing information and connecting communities with rivers and streams. Learn more at www.chesapeakebay.net. Credits (in order of appearance): Nick DiPasquale, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Kristen Heyer, Maryland Department of Natural Resources Jerry Frank, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Karen Duhring, Virginia Institute of Marine Science Jay Lazar, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Donald Boesch, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Chris Walstrum, Maryland Department of Natural Resources Mike Slattery, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Doreen Vetter, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Dan Brellis, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay Peter Hill, District Department of the Environment Luke Brubaker, Brubaker Farms Lucas Gagnon, Town of Moorefield, West Virginia Fritz Schroeder, LIVE Green Lancaster Eric Sprague, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay Lina Oliveros, National Park Service Dustin Wichterman, Trout Unlimited Al Todd, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay Additional footage provided by: EarthEcho International National Conservation Training Center/U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Produced by Steve Droter Music: "6 a.m. Taxi" by Jahzzar

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          • Goodbye Forever


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            A day spent enjoying the premature spring air. 60D FD 28mm Full screen it and crank up the volume for full effect. www.jamiepippinvideography.com

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            • Ep107-Cruising With Bettie


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              TheSailingChannel co-produces "Adventures in Sailing" with public tv station, WPBT2, Miami. The half-hour series presents classic and critically acclaimed films that capture the magic and adventure of sailing. The series originally test aired on WLIW21 NY Public TV as "Sailing Channel Theater" during summer 2009, reaching nearly 200,000 viewers. In Episode 107, show host Tory Salvia introduces extended excerpts from Hollywood cinematographer Bob Steadman's cruising lifestyle documentary, "Cruising with Bettie: L.A. Bahamas. When you're a Hollywood cameraman and sailor, hopefully the two skills will meet. When Robert Steadman retired from feature-film gigs like James Bond, Blue Lagoon, and Treasure Island, he finally cast off the lines of his 1978, Cascade 36 cutter, "Bettie," with no return date on the calendar. Luckily for us, Bob just couldn't leave his camera at the dock. The result is "Cruising with Bettie: L.A. to the Bahamas," a first hand look at the cruising lifestyle. Joining Bob is Kaye Nottbusch, a Hollywood custom designer turned canvas maker and sail mender. Together, the couple take us on a fast paced cruise down the west coast of Mexico, Central America, and through the Panama Canal with many interesting stops along the way. Once in the Caribbean, Bob and Kaye cruise up a jungle river, explore a reef-bound wreck, avert near disaster at an anchorage, Hookah dive in pristine waters, and enjoy a classic Bahamian sailing regatta. Visit TheSailingChannel.TV/cwb to purchase the unabridged 51-minutes version of the film and many more high quality sailing videos.

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              • Virginia Beach, Virginia


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                Stop-motion video I took during the 4th of July on Chesapeake Bay in Virginia.

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                • Killer Tips for Winning Friends and Influencing People on Twitter


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                  This short documentary was put together by four people who met on Twitter and set up a sailing tweet up in the Chesapeake Bay. While you will learn how Twitter can bring people together for a great time, you'll also learn some killer tips on how to use the site effectively. Each of us in the film have different motivations and strategies for the site, but in the end you'll learn one trick that's a surefire show stopper. The concept for the film was created at breakfast before the sail. We shot it with one camera, each of us taking turns. If you would like to follow us on Twitter we are @chris_suspect, @jonnygoldstein, @iconjohn and @scottstead. Enjoy! (Warning: strong language, violence)

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                  • The Common•wealth - Eat


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                    By the 1980's the oyster population in the Chesapeake Bay area was decimated. Through innovative aquaculture techniques, farms such as Rappahannock Oyster Co are working to restore the oyster population in the Bay. Film two in a series of what Richmonders make of the natural world. See film one here: https://vimeo.com/96748244

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                    • Red Dot on the Ocean: The Matt Rutherford Story VOD


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                      A film by Amy Flannery and Tory Salvia. This is the theatrical version of Red Dot on the Ocean, which premiered at the QUAD Cinema in Greenwich Village New York, NY. Once labeled a “youth-at-risk,” 30-year old Matt Rutherford risked it all in an attempt to become the first person to sail alone, nonstop around North and South America. Red Dot on the Ocean is the story of Matt's death-defying voyage and the childhood odyssey that shaped him. Matt Rutherford’s childhood was fraught with obstacles. He grew up in an obscure Christian cult, struggled with ADHD and learning disabilities, was in drug rehab at 13, lived on the streets, and in juvenile detention. While attending a special high school, Matt discovered that he actually liked to learn and developed a passion to see the world. After graduating, Matt taught himself how to sail, crossed the Atlantic alone to Europe, sailed south to Africa, then back across the Atlantic. Along the way he read about Ernest Shackleton and other Arctic explorers, and became obsessed with sailing the Northwest Passage -- the once impassable ice-clogged waterway that joins the North Atlantic with the North Pacific. In June 2011, Matt departed on an incredible, death-defying voyage to sail nonstop around the Americas. On an old, scrappy 27-foot sailboat he spent the next 309 days alone at sea. He braved the icebergs of the Arctic and the treacherous waters off Cape Horn. Before he left, professional sailors called him crazy and declared his proposed 27,000-mile journey “a suicide mission”. But Rutherford proved them wrong. He brought back remarkable video footage and audio logs, raised $120,000 for charity, and entered the record books. How does a troubled youth become a sailing legend? Ask Matt Rutherford. His story is full of surprises and makes us all feel we can do more than we ever imagined. DVD available at http://www.quaddvdgems.com/documentaries/

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