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Short films and inspiring documentaries from our friends around the web

35mm Stop Motion Film Captures a Multi-Sensory 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

How to Rebuild a Once-Sunk Boat Into an Adventure Surf Craft

Video: From Once-Sunk to the Ultimate Adventure Surf Boat

Surfer Trevor Gordon & filmmaker Ian Durkin set out for remote coastal British Columbia to surf waves from a boat brought back to life

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 the Most Badass 76-Year-Old in the West Hopes to Save the Yellowstone Grizzly

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

Vans Snowboarding Releases New 16mm Film Together Forever

New 16mm Film by Vans Captures the Ephemeral Spirit of Snowboarding

14 minutes of artistic and action-packed snowboarding film in Japan, France, Russia, and Finland

Yearning For Turning Vol. 8 - Gone Boardin’

The Most Fun 3-Minute Snowboard Video of The Year

KORUA Shapes drops the latest in their ongoing video series of high speed, low flying action guaranteed to make you want to go snowboard

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

Video: Bikepacking in Rugged Central Idaho with Coal and Swift Industries

Why You Should—or Maybe Shouldn't—Bikepack in Rugged Central Idaho

This short video captures an ambitious 4-day backcountry trip to celebrate adventure, the summer solstice, and learning by doing

Defining Type 2 Fun With Project Y

Video: Discovering the Truth of Type 2 Fun With Project Y

A feature-length pseudoscience documentary follows the world's best amateur athletes as they train for and partake in the world's suckiest gravel bike race, all in the name of Type 2 Fun

Perfectly Imperfect: Storm Surfing in the Pacific Northwest

Video: Adventure Surfing in the Pacific Northwest

Pro boarder Austen Sweetin takes a detour from the mountains to search for surf along the Washington coast, sharing insights on life along the way

Across the California Desert in 30 Hours

Video: 30 Hours in the California Desert

Filmmaker Brian Vernor captures a beautiful and brutal bike trip spanning 192 miles and 24k vertical feet of desert terrain on 16mm and Super 8 film

Skiing Hokkaido With Japanese Outfitter Teton Bros

Video: Hokkaido Skiing With Japanese Outfitter Teton Bros

3 mins of insane powder skiing at full speed by stylish Polartec pro Baker Boyd and Teton Bros founder Nori Suzuki

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