Reunion of selfs gathering of tiny frames of time sliding willing to be observed
The selfishness of the bourgeoisie and the dull passivity of its servants are the theme of this puppet animation presenting the tragicomedy of a society in its death throes, taking refuge in absurd behaviour.
Wild Reverence is a documentary film chronicling the plight of the iconic wild steelhead along the west coast of Amercia. In Nov. of 2012 I made a pilgrimage back to the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state to the rivers I once fished as a boy. This was a once in a lifetime fishing trip and I soon discovered wild steelhead and salmon were disappearing from the rivers and appearing as federally listed under the Endangered Species Act. How could the icons of the Northwest slip toward the abyss of extinction? This discovery left me asking many questions so I decided to take off the rest of the year, cash out my life savings and embark on an adventure up and down the west coast to document and learn about the current plight of wild steelhead and why this fish is so revered.
This documentary, originally broadcast on the PBS series "P.O.V." ("Point of View"), explores three places considered sacred by American Indians: Devils Tower in Wyoming, the Colorado Plateau in the Southwest and Mount Shasta in California. The Lakota, Hopi and Wintu people who traditionally care for these areas still struggle to co-exist with non-Indians who have very different ideas about land, culture and what is sacred.
Fear. Most people don’t understand fear, nor are they willing to accept it. Mountain Bike Superstars accept fear as a critical aspect in their daily lives. What differs from each athlete is the origin fear and how they channel, ignore or flat our conquer it. "Reverence – A Journey Into Fear" is a full length mountain bike film that delves deep into the psyche of elite Mountain Bike Superstars on a quest to understand what motivates them to tirelessly to lay down their legacy. Our featured athletes are defined by their fans as they stand in awe of their continuous and staggering accomplishment riding their bikes. Through the timeline of the film we will take the viewer on a journey showing where each athlete’s fears originate from, how their fears got implanted into their psyche and what they do to manage through their fears to accomplish the unthinkable to be revered by all that are thunderstruck by their riding.
Assembling some of the best big-mountain skiing ever captured on celluloid, this engrossing documentary profiles one of the sport's biggest icons. A staple on the scene since winning the 1993 U.S. Extreme Skiing Championship, Kent Kreitler pushes the envelope with his unequalled strength and style. The video contains interviews with industry luminaries Shane McConkey, Steve Winter, Jeremy Nobis, Todd Jones and Jim Conway.
The near future. Every night the media show new reports about war and terror which constantly loom like a dark cloud over the nation. To protect the citizens from possible air attacks the GNOSIS Corporation has developed a personal bomb shelter for everyone - the new BS-2016. While nearly every household in the city has one installed already, 12 year old Alex is still begging his dad to finally buy one so he can feel safe. As the air raid alarms go off that night and lights from exploding rockets gloom in the dark skies it seems too late: Alex has to face his fears and soon discovers a dark conspiracy that not only threatens his life but the life of his whole family as well.