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beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico, rub shoulders and work along side Outside editors and make your own adventure film. Learn More!
Do you have a video camera?
Show us your human powered B1-G Air moments and you could win a trip to the 2010 Teva Mountain Games and a course at the Serac Adventure Film School. All you have to do is submit a video of yourself or that you shot of one of your friends catching some air. Skiing, kayaking, free-riding, snowboarding, rock climbing...whatever. Just show us your B1-G AIR. A panel of judges will select one winner by June 30, 2009 so get your videos up ASAP! Submit Now!
By the way - it does not HAVE to be radical. We have entries of people jumping off of a desk. Humor counts, spirit, heart and story telling do as well.
The 2009 Teva Games Adventure Film School was a blast! Read about all the action of this year's games in the daily dispatches.
Day 1: Homestead Creek
Day 2: Prelims
Day 3: Bigger Crowds
Day 4: Final Celebration
|Netflix Find Your Voice Competition
We need your support!
Please go to Find Your Voice
, watch the films, and hopefully vote five stars for
Paul Sussman's Eleven-Step Guide to Self-Actualization
directed by Jon
. Serac Adventure Films helped out with the film and Michael Brown directed the
cinematography.Photo by Chris Westfield, Michael Brown and Jon Goldman on location for the film
|Apple Computers: Challenge Based Learning:
Take Action and Make a Difference.
Michael Brown and other members of the BLINDSIGHT team share their experiences on the topic of 'Challenges' and 'Learning' in a series of interviews
for Apple's educational website which itself challenges conventional wisdom about how we learn.
Photo by Ryan Ross, Michael Brown with IMAX camerawith Everest in background. Photo is featured in June issue of Outside Magazine
The June issue of Outside includes our
Adventure Film School
with a suggestion on a kind of shot most people forget to get when on
the summit and includes a photo by Ryan Ross.
June issue Michael Brown and David D'Angelo give adventure filming tips and equipment advice to
readers in an article titled How to Make an Adventure Video.
|Movies and Television|
David D'Angelo and Ryan Ross have just returned from chasing tornadoes across the Midwest on behalf of Original Media
for Discovery Channel's hit show Stormchasers
Worlds Toughest Fixes
Photo by John Saalwatcher, Dave D'Angelo points his camera in the direction
of a tornado in Oklahoma.
Our crew doing some of the vertical camera work on National Geographic's World's Toughest
which airs in July. Check out the Behind the Scenes
.BLINDSIGHT on BBC 4
Michael Brown was a cameraman and guided one of the blind teenagers in this critically acclaimed
documentary film which just aired on BBC 4
|Michael's Filmmaking Blog|
This month in his Adventure Filmmaking Blog on Backpacker Michael writes about the risks involved in making films in dangerous places.
|Jonny Copp, Micah Dash and Wade Johnson: Our hearts go out to the
families and loved ones of Jonny Copp, Micah Dash and Wade Johnson who died while exploring a new climbing route in the Minya Konka Massif in China. Your support is still needed. Please visit the Boulder Adventure Film Festival website for
Photo by Michael Brown 2000, Climbers in the Western Cwm approaching Mount Everest.
|Serac Adventure Films: Michael, Dave, Ryan, Tracy, Lam, Cyndi, Tyler, Krista
Welcome New Interns: Emily, CJ and Mark