WANDER IN PARADISE | Treasured Memories from Playa Junquillal, Guanacaste, Costa Rica | By Sv3nska | www.facebook.com/sv3nskafilms www.sv3nska.com (under construction) Dedicated to my grand-parents This film relates a story each can live one day : discover a place by accident and totally fall in love with it, feeling how subjectively unique it is. Finally wondering if “Everything happens for a Reason”. And especially, in the stunning village of Playa Junquillal, Costa Rica. INFINITE THANKS to those without whom this film would not exist : Hotel IGUANAZUL | Hotel | www.iguanazul.com Hotel TATANKA | Hotel | www.hoteltatanka.com GUACAMAYA Lodge | Hotel | www.guacamayalodge.com Villas LAS VENTANAS | Condo Vacation Rental |www.lasventanascondos.com/ Villa WOODBOX |Luxury Villa Rental | www.woodboxcostarica.com Villa DIOSA DEL MAR | Luxury Villa Rental | www.villadiosadelmar.com Villa OCEANIS | Luxury Villa Rental | www.oceanisvilla.com TIERRA PACIFICA | Real Estate | www.tierrapacifica.com PURA AVENTURA | Canopy & Horseback Riding | www.canopypuraaventura.com THE BEACH MASSAGE | Luis y Francés ROJAS | (+506) 8998-7453 Turtles liberation was shot thanks to Association VIDA VERDIAZUL, thanks to Sergios & Tomake Score | "Earth, Wind, Power" by Simon Charrier | www.simoncharrier.net+ More details
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It's no secret that just about anywhere you go in the Netherlands is an incredible place to bicycle. And in Groningen, a northern city with a population of 190,000 and a bike mode share of 50 percent, the cycling is as comfortable as in any city on Earth. The sheer number of people riding at any one time will astound you, as will the absence of automobiles in the city center, where cars seem extinct. It is remarkable just how quiet the city is. People go about their business running errands by bike, going to work by bike, and even holding hands by bike. The story of how they got there is a mix of great transportation policy, location and chance. You'll learn quite a bit of history in the film, but essentially Groningen decided in the 1970s to enact policies to make it easier to walk and bike, and discourage the use of cars in the city center. By pedestrianizing some streets, building cycle tracks everywhere, and creating a unique transportation circulation pattern that prohibits vehicles from cutting through the city, Groningen actually made the bicycle -- in most cases -- the fastest and most preferred choice of transportation. It does feel like bicycle nirvana. When I first got off the train in Groningen, I couldn't stop smiling at what I saw around me. In an email exchange with my friend Jonathan Maus from Bike Portland, he described it as being "like a fairy tale." This jibed with my first thought to him -- that I had "entered the game Candyland, but for bikes!" In fact, for our teaser I originally titled this Streetfilm "Groningen: The Bicycle World of Your Dreams," before I talked myself out of it. Although there is a magical quality about being there, in reality there is nothing dreamy or childlike about it. With political will and planning, what they have done should and can be done everywhere. In our Streetfilm you'll see the 10,000 (!) bicycle parking spaces at the train station, some of the incredible infrastructure that enables cyclists to make their journeys safer and quicker, and you'll hear from many residents we encountered who go by bike just about everywhere they travel. But as one of my interview subjects, Professor Ashworth, wanted me to point out: the three days I was there were bright and sunny, and the hardy people keep up the bicycling through the cold winters. As with many bicycling cities, there area also big problems with cycle theft, and residents are always yearning for more bicycle parking. I think most of us would trade some of those problems for a city with 50 percent mode share (and up to 60 percent in the city center!!).+ More details
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HERE THE FOLLOW UP : https://vimeo.com/48240542, the new adventure of Roman and Audran, this time in Spain... in CATALONIA !!! ÎLE DE RÉ was on the shortlist for the vimeo awards 2011. Price blow of heart of the regional Tourism committe of the Poitou-Charentes at International holydays film festival.http://www.festivaldufilmdevacances.com/?l=en It was my first shoots with my GoPro, during my vacation. Special Thanks to Vitùc http://vimeo.com/vituc for giving me the desire to get a GoPro and for the inspiration !! And off course thanks to my two sons Roman and Audran ! Here another video made with a GoPro 2: https://vimeo.com/37026953 Shoots : GoPro Hero HD in mode (r3) 720p 60fps, NO Tripod just my hand Edit : FCP/ Magic Bullet / Twixtor Music : Hermitaño - Balayeurs du désert / Michel Augier http://itunes.apple.com/fr/artist/balayeurs-du-desert/id325308947+ More details
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The parents took him to small claims court and he proceeded without a lawyer, basing a case on the proof that their children had more fun with him than they ever did with them. After the "not guilty" verdict, he celebrated by taking the all-child jury to Chuck E. Cheese with a coked-out stripper as his date.+ More details
By Daniel Errico Illustrated by Mo Qovaizi Some parents and guardians may want to watch the video in its entirety before sharing. For the Nook: http://bit.ly/1s2rwKo For the Kindle: http://amzn.to/Rb3EHg Cedric grew up poor and honest on a pumpkin farm, and dreamt of becoming a knight. One day he showed his courage by tricking a would-be carriage thief, and earned the chance to make his dream come true. After years of training, Cedric set off to find an adventure of his own by battling a fire-breathing dragon to save a prince and a princess. However, it's after the adventure that Cedric revealed that he'd like to marry the prince, and not the princess. The Bravest Knight Who Ever Lived is a modern fairytale which sets out to prove that sometimes the bravest thing you can do is choose for yourself how your fairytale ends!+ More details
Blue Chalk traveled to India and documented the story of two sisters, both born blind, and followed them through the emotional process of receiving their surgeries and seeing for the first time. Working with a top-tier creative team including photographer Brent Stirton, cinematographer Robert Wilson, editor Greg Snider, music composer Tyler Strickland and executive producer Rob Finch, Blue Chalk created a short-form video in several different formats to support its fundraising efforts as well as a library of high-quality still images that WonderWork can use in printed direct mail pieces. "First Sight: Sonia & Anita," as featured in "Two Blind Sisters See for the First Time," will support 20/20/20, a WonderWork charity that aims to bring 20/20 vision to the 20 million in need. (20x20x20.org) Brent Stirton/Getty Images, Co-Director Robert Wilson, Co-Director Greg Snider, Editor Tyler Strickland, Music Composer Drew Jordan, Motion Graphics Rob Finch, Executive Producer Catherine Yrisarri, Producer Created by Blue Chalk Media http://www.bluechalk.com View "Two Blind Sisters See for the First Time" on National Geographic's Short Film Showcase as well: http://bit.ly/1q2V5NY+ More details
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Filmed and Edited by Bryce Johnson Production assistants: Laura Johnson, Dominick Norris Visit Alex's website at www.alexboye.com Visit Alex's YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/alexboyetv Cast: Alex Boye': Ice King Elsa (lead singer): Lexi Walker Anna: Veda Mason Hans: Daimion Davis Kristoff: Isaac Cox Sven: Chloe Barrus Olaf: Jocelyn Bench The One Voice Children's Choir is Directed by Masa Fukuda Music Arranged and Produced by Masa Fukuda One Voice Children's choir recorded @ One Voice Studio, engineered by Masa Fukuda. Alex Boye and Lexi Walker recorded @ Soularium Recording Studio, engineered, mixed and mastered by Stoker White For enquiries for Masa and choir, go to: http://www.onevoicechildren.com To contact Lexi go to http://www.lexiwalker.net Fashion & Styling by: Mandy McCready & Christian at Koko Blush & Co http://www.KokoBlush.com http://www.facebook.com/kokoblushandc... Makeup By Tara Starling http://www.starlingtruebeauty.com firstname.lastname@example.org Assistant Makeup Artist: Tina Metcalf Hair by Karli Egbert https://m.facebook.com/hairbykarlishae Video Director: Bryce Johnson http://www.GoBigFilms.com With SPECIAL THANKS to Ryan Davis for the use of the enchanting Ice castle venue in Midway, Utah For more info and visiting times please go to: http://www.icecastles.com Additional Thanks to: Marc Goldberg, Anne Cecala, Monica Carpentier, Robert Wyss, Megan Bromley, Tami Hansen, Amy Olsen, Molly Jordan, Jueneta Boyle, Bill Bromley, Marianne Farnsworth, Roark Janis, Leah Earl, Renee Haws, Andrea Scott, Jill Wankier, Michelle Walters, and all other parent volunteers behind the scene. Alex's story about the video: I went out of town for work and when I got back, my wife Julie told me, "You've got to hear this. She puts on the music and my little 4 year old Adanna struts and shimmies across the living room singing every single word of "Let it go" with feeling and reckless abandonment!! Along with every other kid in the country, She got "Frozenitis! My mind immediately started racing and I thought "I HAVE TO AFRICANIZE THIS!!! But it needed to have a unique twist. How cool would it be to actually have kids performing this? Seeing as they are the the biggest fans! So I called up my friend Masa Fukuda who just happens to have a 140 strong choir of the most incredible singing kids and asked if he was willing to collab on my crazy idea of doing an africanized version of frozen. He loved the idea! by the next day, he had already rounded up some choir members, produced the music, and recorded the choir in his studio. He was a machine!! We needed an incredible soloist and he suggested Lexi Walker (a member of his choir) to sing and she just blew me away! The singing ability, discipline, and professionalism of the kids was just astounding to me! The video shoot was amazing and even though it was SO cold you couldn't feel your toes, the kids were amazing and so patient! So, everybody, please welcome the One voice children's choir!!!+ More details
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Caillou muss zum Zahnarzt. Au Backe! Was Leo ihm da alles an Horrorgeschichten erzählt hat, klingt gar nicht verlockend. Als Caillou aber in der Praxis erscheint, sieht alles ganz harmlos aus. - Eigentlich wollte Caillou Papi ins Büro begleiten. Doch plötzlich ist Papi krank und muss im Bett bleiben. Caillou ist enttäuscht, bis er ein tolles Spiel entdeckt: Doktor. Er versorgt Papi rund um die Uhr.+ More details
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