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In Search of the Vanishing Ice Border in Greenland's Arctic North
Stunning Film Photography Proves the Threat of Climate Change in Greenland

Following an old Inuit hunting path through towering ice floes and colorful villages to track climate change in the Arctic

New Streaming Service 'Shelter' Is Netflix for Design Lovers
New Streaming Service 'Shelter' Is Netflix for Design Lovers

The curated platform offers over 200 hours of documentaries, shorts, and episode-driven series on all things architecture, design, and sustainability

New Art Book "Heroes" Celebrates Influential Women in Snowboarding
New Film Photo Book Celebrates the Most Influential Women in Snowboarding

The artful hardcover by French film photographer Jérôme Tanon features personal stories and insightful imagery of snowboard's most progressive women

How America's Largest Japanese Pagoda Tree Came to Martha's Vineyard
Video: How America's Largest Japanese Pagoda Tree Landed on Martha's Vineyard

New short film by Gathering Growth documents the unlikely journey from a seedling's voyage in 1837 to National Champion in 2020

"Ode to Desolation" Celebrates One of America's Last Fire Lookouts
Short Film "Ode to Desolation" Celebrates One of America's Last Fire Lookouts

A contemplative look into the life and times of Jim Henterly, illustrator, naturalist, and National Park fire lookout

The Accident on Wedge Mountain
Accident on Wedge Mountain: A Firsthand Account of the Day I Should Have Died

It was another summit bid for an experienced mountaineer back on his old stomping grounds. Then it all went wrong

Video: Discovering the World's Largest Pine Tree
Video: The Unlikely Story of Discovering the World's Largest Pine Tree

A touching short film by Gathering Growth, an organization documenting America’s Champion Trees—the largest of their species

35mm Stop Motion Film Captures a Multi-Sensory Winter Trip to Japan
New 35mm Stop Motion Film Explores Japan's Mountains & Waves

Experience the unique sights, sounds, and sensations of Japan's legendary mountains, waves, and cityscapes

The River Man: How Declining Salmon Stocks Affects More Than Sport Fishing
Short Doc Captures the Echoing Effects of Declining Salmon Stocks From One Man's POV

A fated love story between one of Ireland’s great salmon fishing guides and the river that’s shaped him

Short Film "Grizzly Country" Inspires to Protect the Voiceless
How a Badass 76-Year-Old Plans to Save the Yellowstone Grizzly

On the importance of habitat preservation and environmental activism with the living incarnation of George Hayduke

Never Die Easy
How to Escape the Shackles of Society and Run Forever

This visually striking mini doc captures the illusive spirit of 76-year-old Dag Aabye, a ultramarathon champion living off-grid in rural British Columbia

Q&A: Alex Honnold on Heroes, Death & Free Soloing 3200' El Capitan
Alex Honnold on Heroes, Death & His Free Solo of El Cap

The world's premier free solo climber lives in a van, thinks life insurance is a scam, and is unlike anyone else

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