1. DamNation | Trailer

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    This film odyssey across America explores the sea change in our national attitude from pride in big dams as engineering wonders to the growing awareness that our own future is bound to the life and health of our rivers. Dam removal has moved beyond the fictional Monkey Wrench Gang to go mainstream. Where obsolete dams come down, rivers bound back to life, giving salmon and other wild fish the right of return to primeval spawning grounds, after decades without access. DamNation¹s majestic cinematography and unexpected discoveries move through rivers and landscapes altered by dams, but also through a metamorphosis in values, from conquest of the natural world to knowing ourselves as part of nature. For up to date information on screenings or press inquiries please check out www.damnationfilm.com

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    • MOVI MR x Cinestar Demo Aerial Reel

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      Here are a few clips shot over a 2 day period in Desert Aire, Washington using the new Cinestar HL and MOVI MR Gimbal from FreeFly Systems. Nick Wolcott from Elevated Productions in Bozeman and my company Klondo Visuals joined together to test out the new Multirotor and Gimbal in Early August. This setup is amazing to say the least. We shot everything on the Canon 1DC and with Leica Summilux 50mm and 90mm lenses at 4K. For more information on the Cinestar HL and the MOVI MR please visit Freeflysystems.com. All these shots were from within a 10 mile radius of my home using local friends, farmers and family. For more info about our location please visit daoa.org For Booking info please contact Corey Koniniec at corey@klondovisuals.com or Nick Wolcott at nw@elevatedproductions.com Heli Operation by: Nick Wolcott Gimbal Camera OP: Corey Koniniec Executive Producer: Amber Paganelli 1st AC: Kenny Breit Music: Lana del Ray "Summertime Sadness" Special Thanks to My Wife for Producing this whole shoot My Father in Law Steve Paganelli for bringing out all his toys

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      • Sean wants to take you for a ride on a sailboat.

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        Sean wants to take you for a ride on a small wooden sailboat on the Columbia River. It's late December, have a seat inside where it's warm and enjoy the ride.

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        • Timelapse: Historic Columbia River Highway, Oregon

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          http://oregon.roadtrippers.com A timelapse video of the Columbia River Byway in Orgon. This drive is surrounded by a wall of huge flowing waterfalls! The Historic Columbia River Highway is a beautiful stretch of road just outside of Portland, Oregon. Start the drive off with a stop at the Vista House viewpoint and continue on to see countless waterfalls! Some are visible from the road, like Multnomah Falls, while some are a short hike away. Make sure you make your way through Oneonta Gorge but be prepared to get wet! Plan your next road trip with us at http://oregon.roadtrippers.com The camera equipment used: Canon 5d mark ii, Canon 6d Canon 24-70mm, Canon 16-35mm, Rokinon 14mm Film and Edit by Joel Schat - http://joelschat.com Music Composition by Todd Mowbray

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          • Columbia River: Great River of the West

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            On a soggy May morning, Bruce Ely and Jamie Francis stuffed a Chevy Blazer and set off east. Among the cameras, tripods and camping gear was a shared dream of creating a beautiful and lasting film from the Columbia River. The result — “Columbia River: Great river of the West” — is the product of a four-month search, a quest to discover the unseen. Along the way, they learned that the Columbia unifies and divides, provides and provokes, but also sustains and defines us. To see more videos and learn more about the project: ORne.ws/columbiariver

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            • Scenes along the California & Oregon Pacific Coast

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              This is video I shot while on vacation driving along the Pacific Coast from Eureka, CA to the Columbia River in Oregon. The footage was shot with my Sony PDW-F800 and PMW-EX1 XDCAM camcorders. Only a few shots have been slightly graded in post. Most of the footage is exactly what the camera shot. Visit VortexMedia.com for more information about using these Sony camcorders. http://www.vortexmedia.com/

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              • Oregon I

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                Fairly recent trip up in Oregon near and around Portland. Its the most greenest place i've ever seen. The latter part of the video showing the forest and beautiful river was about 6 or so miles deep in the Redwoods. It was at that spot that i heard 2 very loud low frequency growls which i believed were Squatch warnings. I couldn't believe it but i wanted to put that in the video as remembrance.

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                • Soul River Chronicles Vol 1 - Live Fly "Naiad"

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                  Soul River - www.soulriver-runsdeep.com/ "Spoken Word" is a dynamic conceptual approach to Poetry recently adopted by Soul River to communicate the fashion forward artistic brand drawing inspiration from the outdoors to the urban streets.The term "spoken word" was first originated from the Harlem Renaissance to explain the new artistic expression coming out of the postmodern art movement. This type of performance art is word based and often mixed experimentally with other art forms such as music, theater, and dance. For many years, culture has been communicated by great writers and storytellers, sharing legends, myths, and fables around campfires. While history is no longer communicated this way, the art of storytelling is still very much alive from educational institutions to underground cafes and hidden lounges. Storytelling has also evolved from simple stories to expressive art influenced by their environment speaking to politics, crime, race, religion, culture, and in many circles, fly fishing. Throughout history, many of the world's greatest literary artists wrote and spoke about fly fishing. Mark Twain, Jim Harrison, Pam Houston, Thomas McGuane, Ron Cordes, Gary LaFontaine, John Gierach, and many others tell their stories in the context of fly fishing. Like the sport, fly fishing story telling has evolved past twill jackets and creels, modern urban dwelling anglers, inspired by our new culture music, individualism, and expressionism, have embraced spoken word poetry to tell their tales. Talented minds now converge to share their stories and pay respect to the sport and fellow anglers. Today, in the mist of the outdoors and urban streets you can hear and feel the rhythms of words slammed in to paragraphs with style and passion. Using well-articulated words, these artists turn words in to vivid visual images with no barriers or rules to convey their passion for the sport of fly fishing. By resurrecting an older art form in a new setting and juxtaposing with urban culture, spoken word poetry is breathing new life into the fly fishing story presenting the Soul River brand. Thank you for everyone support in the making of Soul River Chronicles Vol 1 - Live Fly "Naiad" Soul River Website - http://soulriver-runsdeep.com/ Creative Director/Designer: Chad Brown Produce by: Northwestern Exposure - www.NorthWesternExposure.com Video Director : Tim Diens Artist: Atlantis.Beans - facebook.com/Atlantis.beans http://soulriver-runsdeep.com/?page_id=415

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                  • TALES FROM THE HOOD: Hood River Documentary

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                    "Tales from the Hood" is a 13 part documentary series about Hood River, Oregon. It was created to accompany the 2012 Native Eyewear Catalog of the same name. This video is a longer form documentary, featuring people and characters from the other 13 pieces, but this piece is meant to help you expand and get to know more about the place we live, Hood River. Think of it as the "Criterion" special features portion of the series! From their site: "The following is a collection of stories that embody the spirit of Hood River, from gut-wrenching free fall into a hidden lagoon to an unconventional, everyone-wins competition. It’s a chronicle of people who play an integral role in weaving the fabric of the community - whether they’ve been here for 70 years or seven months. This is what it looks like from an insider’s perspective. This is what the natives see." Directed by Manny Marquez Cinematography by Rod Hassler Edited by Jennifer Nies Color Correction by Jeff Skinner @ The Lobby Produced by Remuda Pictures Agency: Motive

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                    • Episode 1: The Fish Ladder

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                      Why are there no Salmon in the Upper Columbia River? What can we do about that? What are the options? www.VoyagesofRediscovery.blogspot.com In this first episode, we explore the ongoing discussion of salmon passage (Fish Ladder) at the Grand Coulee and Chief Joseph Dams. We hear from tribal members, fishery biologists, and the crew of Voyages of Rediscovery as they prepare for their journey up the Columbia River, honoring the historic and once prolific salmon runs up the Columbia River. The mission is to paddle up the Columbia River from Sea2Source in 5 salmon inspired dugout canoes carved by 1000s of students who had salmon removed from their cultures by the creation of the grand coulee dam. Now We paddle for the Salmon. Thank you to our partners: Columbia Riverkeeper: www.columbiariverkeeper.org Save Our wild Salmon: www.wildsalmon.org Columbia River Coffee Roaster: www.thundermuck.com Director/Will Stauffer-Norris (www.willstauffernorris.com) Cinematography/Adam Wicks-Arshack, Will Stauffer-Norris, Xander Demetrios, John Zinser, Janus Kober Edit/Will Stauffer-Norris Sound/Adam Wicks-Arshack, Will Stauffer-Norris Music: John Ruskey/"Wake up Tyee" Krakatoa/"Long White Cloud" Reed Blue/"Underworld" Ergo Phizmiz & Margita Zalite/"Rolands Vegners" The Books/"Eros Vibraphone" www.TheRiverSchool.org www.VoyagesofRediscovery.org www.VoyagesofRedioscovery.org

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