1. Who We Are


    from Sicmanta / Added

    953K Plays / / 93 Comments

    "Don't confuse me with being anything else other than proud. Proud to be a hunter. It's time we stop apologizing for how we get our protein. This is who we are. Unless you’re a small time rancher, small time farmer, a hunter or fishermen... you really have no idea where your food comes from. Most people don’t even think about it. Well, we think about it. ” - Donnie Vincent. If you’re like me and hunting is part of who you are, share this video and hopefully we can get some people thinking differently about how they acquire their food and maybe, just maybe... we'll change their opinion about hunting. More can be seen at http://donnievincent.com Follow Donnie on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/followdonnievincent

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    • Hominid


      from Brian Andrews / Added

      622K Plays / / 62 Comments

      Hominid is an animated teaser based on the Hominid series of photo composites by Brian Andrews. The series has been exhibited internationally, including at SIGGRAPH, in the Hong Kong Exhibition Center, and at numerous galleries. This animated teaser was produced at Ex’pression College for Digital Arts. Be on the lookout for future Hominid animations. You can find out more information on the project at http://hominidanimation.net/. Written and Directed by Brian Andrews Animation Supervisor Joe Daniels Lead Character Technical Director Rodney Brett Character Technical Director Omar Garcia Rob Garcia Andrew Manuel Story Artist Janine Labar Animation Jason Alas Brittany Barnes Denice Dehelean Andrew Manuel John Treleaven Tim Xenakis Shading Vincent Jaramillo Matthew Picasso Modeling Pedro Ferreira Dakota Fulmer Sam Hedberg Abraham Rodriguez Joshua Roth Darrell White Compositing Kyle Greenberg Nate Rodriguez Dynamic Effects Tyler Giusti Sound Design Bryan Atarama David Claudio Composer Jordan Suhr Title Design Adrian Amler Patches Angela Yu Thanks to Andrew Dayton Adrian Miller John Scanlon Andrew Schlussel Josh Qualtieri Produced at Ex'pression College for Digital Arts www.hominidanimation.net Copyright 2011 Brian Andrews

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      • Holland & Holland


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        • Migrator trailer


          from Catch 1 Films / Added

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          Waterfowl hunting at its finest, check out www.themigrators.com for more

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          • Mantas Last Dance


            from Blue Sphere Media / Added

            302K Plays / / 36 Comments

            The time of the manta rays is over, lost to greed and exploitation by humans. Hannah is a wanderer, a sea gypsy, a manta ray reincarnate as person, lost to the world. Alone and searching for a time long past, she gives herself up to the sea, slowly walking into the waves and drifting into the dark abyss. In a dream-state, she awakens falling through water, bubbles and lights. An manta glides gracefully from the darkness and approaches her, brushing close to her hand and face...and she smiles. Other mantas appear and she is united with her lost family at last. A dance begins with Hannah and the mantas emulating each others movements, a dance they have done a thousand times before. We must act now to protect manta rays or they will be lost forever! A special thanks to Singer/Song Writer Terra Naomi for generously sharing here beautiful song "If I could Stay". Download at iTunes: http://goo.gl/MiBMJ Our Passionate message is – Yes! You can make a difference! We must act now to put a stop to the Manta gill trade and we can make this happen at the CITES meeting in early March. Concerned CITIZENS can sign this petition, asking this governments to vote in favor of manta ray conservation: http://www.avaaz.org/en/petition/Protect_Manta_Rays/

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            • Blaser R8 Professional Success


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              The R8 in action – a true story from the Tyrolean Alps The R8 Professional Success reveals its powerful performance during the stag heat in this new Blaser film. The well-known producer and director of photography Otmar Penker accompanied the Blaser R&D engineer Mathias Kneppler with his camera, during a hunt for an injured stag well into his 14th year. A breathtaking alpine landscape and spectacular perspectives turn this film into a tremendous movie experience. More about the Blaser R8 Professional Success: Global: http://www.blaser.de/index.php?id=515 USA: http://www.blaser-usa.com/index.php?id=1092

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              • Got Muck?


                from Khaled Sultani / Added

                234K Plays / / 34 Comments

                Lembeh Strait diving - simply one of the best place in the world for muck diving and macro photo+videography. Shot with Sony Cx550 with Light & Motion housing; with sola lights.

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                • Cold Steel Spears in Action


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                  Cold Steel Spears For more visit us at www.coldsteel.com * Certain contents of this video may be outdated.

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                  • Shopping in a Zombie Apocalypse.


                    from Mattdevine / Added

                    1 in a series of short Zombie films directed by Matt Devine for Boost Mobile and The Monkeys agency. Music: Nicky Night Time Producer: Adrian Shapiro, Revolver films D.O.P: Stefan Duscio Editor: Dan Lee Directed by: Matt Devine

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                    • Build a Fire


                      from Alexander Raye Pimentel / Added

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                      “Build a Fire,” is an adapted Minimalist drama, made in Cinéma Vérité style, that portrays the conflict of man vs. nature. The original Short Story is by, Jack London.

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