I quite like the period images from the beginning. The story begins in 1936 with steam trains and a moleskine notebook. We have a link to the 1936 Munich olympics before being brought in to the present.
Month: March 2013
WOWO – Caving in Papua New-Guinea / SpÃ©lÃ©o en Papouasie [EN-FR] from Petzl-sport on Vimeo. If Couleur 3 made television or video documentaries then they would be just like this one. Taking a light hearted look at the act of cave exploration it tells us about a recent expedition to Papua New Guinea.
Innocent, in a way. from alexis wanneroy on Vimeo. Documentaries are sometimes invitations in to someone else’s life. The subject of the documentary trusts the person who is filming, to paint them in a positive light. In this case the topic may be seen as controversial in some countries and perfectly normal in others. As …
The Bronzer from peyton wilson on Vimeo. Documentaries are often about finding the right person. The right person is a person who is passionate about what he or she does. The person talks about their field in a number of locations and the documentary films what is going on in a number of locations. The …
Tec dive Little Canyon – Dahab from trimix117 on Vimeo. Underwater travel
Emergence du Ressel from Lennart Kuijs on Vimeo. A nice cave diving video. The waters are very clear right up to the end and you even get to see a few fish.
Google Reader was a great tool because it made gathering and sharing content from specific sources intuitive and easy. It provided us with one place from which to do most things. Today Google have announced that they are pulling the plug on Google reader. In my eyes Google reader had become obsolete four years ago. …
Canyoning, a sport you associate with warmer weather and low altitude canyons. In this case they go to Nepal, climb to 4200 meters before spending many hours going down a canyon. That’s quite an adventure. It looks as if most of the canyoning part was filmed with gopro.
This is a french language documentary following a group of people who went to Argentina to go bouldering. You see the challenge of finding new routes. The style is original, more like a film in parts and more classic in approach at other moments.
A refreshing and different look at rock climbing. Mixing humour and the mountains in an original way.