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  • Living in Bocas del Toro, Panama: Digital Nomad

    In this video I want to show the whole experience of living in Bocas del Toro, Panama as a digital nomad; hopping in different islands, booking an hotel, finding a coworking, drinking Panamian coffee, going to the beach and visiting the most important places of the archipelago More
  • This Is Why You Don’t Succeed – Simon Sinek on The Millennial Generation

    This Is Why You Don’t Succeed – Simon Sinek on The Millennial Generation… And like all addiction in time it’ll destroy relationships, it’ll cost time, and it will cost money, and it’ll make your life worse. So you have a generation growing up with lower self-esteem, that doesn’t have the coping mechanisms to deal with … More
  • Daydreams: A Cinematic Surf Roadtrip Adventure

    Take an epic surf road trip with Abe Kislevitz and friends as they film their way through Panama to some fun surf. Utilizing GoPro MAX and HERO8, I do my best to show you how to film what you see in the video. As for editing, I used the GoPro FX Reframe Plugin to turn … More
  • YETI Presents: Lean Against the Wind

    Conquering a 45-mile stretch of stacked waves, crashing currents, and blistering winds—13 times with just a paddle in hand—is just one way Lauren Spalding is considered a champion. Add Olympian and working parent to the list, and it’s safe to say she’s not only embodying her father’s push-the-limits fervor but is cementing her own unparalleled … More
  • Pete’s Journey: The Lost Channel

    Pete’s Journey: An amazing 3 days with buddy’s. Beyond the trip and quality of the photos, this video is an emblematic example of pristine cinematography and storytelling. A classic “journey” story documented brilliantly in a way that not many (or maybe nobody) could do better. More
  • The Grenadines – One of the most popular film sets of “Pirates of the Caribbean”

    Much more Caribbean than on the islands of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is hardly possible. Deserted beaches, uninhabited islands, lush vegetation, the 33 islands in total are dreamlike with extremely hospitable inhabitants.   Free High-Quality Documentaries More
  • David Gilmour Guitarist Extraordinaire !

    Live in Concert September 24, 2004 50th Anniversary of the Fender Stratocaster guitar Marooned” (David Gilmour, Richard Wright) Support band Phil Manzanera: Guitar, vocals Phil Palmer: Guitar, backing vocals Pino Palladino: Bass guitar, backing vocals Paul “Wix” Wickens: Keyboards Ian Thomas: Drums & percussion Cassandra Nicole Malaise: Backing vocals Margot Buchanan: Backing vocals Steve Balsamo: … More
  • RA Sessions: DARKSIDE – Paper Trails

    Last week Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington released Psychic, their debut album as Darkside. “Darkside is utterly sincere,” said Tony Naylor in his RA review, “and at its most fractured and psychedelic, Harrington’s guitar lends a smoky, mysterious dimension to Jaar’s slinky electronica.” “Paper Trails” is the record’s dazzling midpoint, and in the first RA … More
  • Monolink: Mayan Warrior – Burning Man 2018

    A member of the Berlin electronica scene, Monolink quickly broke away from the classic DJ set and instead created his own style with a combination of live vocals and instruments. SF Weekly describes him as a purveyor of “trippy relaxation with a slightly gravelly, Teutonic voice”. Monolink collaborated with other electronic acts, including Acid Pauli … More
  • The Creepy Line: Social Media’s Manipulation of Society

    The Creepy Line reveals the stunning degree to which society is manipulated by Google and Facebook and blows the lid off the remarkably subtle – hence powerful – manner in which they do it. Offering first-hand accounts, scientific experiments and detailed analysis, the film examines what is at risk when these tech titans have free … More
  • Exit Through the Gift Shop: A Banksy Film

    Exit Through the Gift Shop: A Banksy Film is a 2010 British documentary film, directed by street artist Banksy. It tells the story of Thierry Guetta, a French immigrant in Los Angeles, and his obsession with street art. The film charts Guetta’s constant documenting of his every waking moment on film, from a chance encounter … More
  • GUY BUTTERY: Live (Are We Recording? Yeah)

    Guy Buttery is a South African musician primarily known as a guitar player. Cited as “one of South Africa’s most influential artists over the past decade” by The Sunday Independent, Buttery’s distinctive acoustic style is influenced by traditional South African culture, music and instrumentation. Buttery has found a way to play his unique style of … More
  • Jason Momoa: Where the Wild Stomped In

    For me, it started off so simple. A boy on a motorcycle for the first time tearing through the backyard. It was only a moment in time, but the ride changed something in me, it was the moment where the wild stomped in. I saved an old rusty motor to build a bike one day, … More
  • Casey Neistat | A Guide To Life

    Success is defined not by how many cars you have or any of that nonsense but rather by how much of your day you spend doing something you really hate doing. When we face any goal in life, and decide to go on a journey towards our dreams there will always be things that try … More
  • Giolì & Assia: #DiesisLive @Vulcano, Aeolian Islands

    Giolì & Assia, a duo composed of two young Italian artists, musicians, producers and Live Act. Giolì plays the piano, cello, drums, guitar, and handpan, and Assia handles lead vocal duties as well as the guitar. Although their relationship started as manager and artist, the creative partnership developed into a production and songwriting duo in … More
  • MUNCHIES Presents: Margot Henderson

    In this short film about the life and work of one of London’s most influential chefs, MUNCHIES follows Margot Henderson from her hidden restaurant—the Rochelle Canteen—to the Soho restaurants that helped make her career. With testimony from her friends Sarah Lucas and Sadie Coles as well as her trailblazing husband Fergus, this intimate portrait tells … More
  • Sadhguru: Don’t be HASTEFUL, it is NOT the BEST WAY!

    In this speech, Sadhguru explains: when you’re in a kind of haste you will waste everything, including your life. More
  • Sailing a Superboat Across the Atlantic in Record Time

    Even the most daunting world records are meant to be broken… eventually. For elite navigator Stan Honey and a crew of sailing all-stars, beating the prestigious monohull transatlantic sailing record was the ultimate accomplishment. And it was no easy feat. On July 22, 2016, the Comanche—a custom-built, 100-foot racing yacht—set sail from New York to … More

    We took a risk and booked an entire “cheap” private island in the Philippines with VERY little information available on the internet…Do you think it was a hidden gem?! Here’s the link to book the island through Airbnb –… Travel vlog 708 | #Coron Island, #Philippines | Filmed March 13, 2020 Kara and Nate More
  • Jonna Jinton: The Dance of Spring

    After a winter that felt like an eternity, we finally feel the spring in the air. Some kind of energy is waking up again, not only in nature, but also in myself. We have a wonderful time ahead of us. In this video I share glimpses of my life right now and what we’ve been … More

    We had the most incredible time in Cape Town, South Africa. Kicking things off with a jam-packed 48 Hours in Cape Town (which we released last month on our channel!) and then onto a killer road trip through the Cape Town Winelands. It really has to be one of the most beautiful places on earth. … More
  • Ólafur Arnalds: Living Room Songs

    In celebration of Ólafur Arnalds‘ recent BAFTA nomination for his score work on Broadchurch, Erased Tapes are streaming his 2011 Living Room Songs film in full; including behind the scenes footage which has previously only been available as part of the special edition CD/DVD set. The mini album with the same title is still available … More
  • Fiji: Actually Above

    Whether you’re a tad frightened by well-overhead Cloudbreak (it’s okay, most of us are) and want something more playful, simply want to avoid fighting a densely packed crowd for waves, or simply want to explore a bit of Fiji’s islands beyond the ocean this small film shows some of Fiji’s finest offerings. Watch Fiji, Actually … More
  • Episode 3 Made In South Africa: Legend Frankie Oberholzer

    In Episode 3 of Made In South Africa, filmmaker Jason Hearn finishes his exploration of his home country with one of surfing’s greatest characters, Frankie Oberholzer. Hearn revisits the story of Oberholzer’s rise to fame after Derek Hynd put him on Rip Curl’s The Search alongside Tom Curren. Today, Oberholzer leads a quiet, contented life … More

    “The end of this film reminded me why I ride a bike” said Paul Couderc during the pre-premiere of Our Own Way at Roc d’Azur 2019. It’s true that the main objective of this project, together with our own flavour, was to show what Frix and his friends Amaury, Thomas, Paul and Mattéo, get up … More
  • He Spent 30 Years Turning Degraded Farmland Back to Beautiful Native Forest

    The incredible story of how degraded gorse-infested farmland has been regenerated back into beautiful New Zealand native forest. While we’ve made this film free to watch on YouTube, if you’re holding a public screening you’ll need a license. We’ve made the fees very low to be accessible to all communities and we’ll be splitting the … More
  • 24/7 Bad Seed TV: The Love and Terror of Nick Cave

    For four decades, Nick Cave has been at the edge of music, putting his spin on everything from punk rock to lovesick ballads—much of it with his band the Bad Seeds — assembling a body of work that is astonishing for its range, power, and feeling. Then unspeakable tragedy and grief had their way with … More
  • Arakmaja: A Moroccan Surf Documentary

    Arakmaja is a documentary about Morocco’s surfing culture. This journey introduces us to people and stories sharing one common thread: the genuine passion for the art of riding waves.   A journey lived through Redouane’s surfing and through the words of pioneer Randolph Benzaquen and shapers Thierry Delbourg and Tarik Zrilida. Morocco has been, for … More
  • KMFDM: Paradise

    If you’re looking for an upbeat and optimistic commentary on today’s social injustice and dodgy politics, then KMFDM’s latest release, Paradise, is definitively not for you. The somewhat cheekier cuts on their previous album, Hell Yeah!, are obliterated here as the band reaffirms its societal rage with the same combination of coarse lyrics, aggressive beats, … More
  • Best Ever Food Review Show : RARE Tribal Food of Namibia

    I travel to unique parts of the world on the hunt for the best food each country has to offer and share these stories with you in my videos. Hey, I’m Sonny! I’m from the US but currently call Vietnam home. I’ve been living in Asia for 10 years and started making food and travel … More
  • Life of Pie: Pizza and Bikes Can Fix Anything

    Friday night at the Hot Tomato is not for those in a hurry. Hungry customers grip pints of beer and compare notes on the day’s rides in lines that spill into the parking lot. Music pumps and the staff whirls behind the counter, tossing floury dough, yelling requests to the kitchen, giving each other shit. … More
  • Fishpeople: Lives Transformed by the Sea

    To some, the ocean is a fearsome and dangerous place. But to others, it’s a limitless world of fun, freedom and opportunity where life can be lived to the full. A documentary presented by Patagonia and directed by Keith Malloy, Fishpeople tells the stories of a unique cast of characters who have dedicated their lives … More
  • Guillaume Néry – Freediving Champion

    Guillaume Néry is a French freediving champion, specializing in deep diving. As a multiple world record holder and the double reigning world champion, Guillaume’s goals go well beyond the simple realm of sport. With a perfect combination of aesthetics, performance, films and exploration, Guillaume practices his discipline like an art form — it has become … More
  • My Self Reliance

    [fwduvp preset_id=”greg2″ playlist_id=”My Self Reliance”] Hi, I’m Shawn James. I am a passionate outdoorsman living the life of my dreams in a log cabin that I built by myself in the Canadian wilderness. Join me and my golden retriever, Cali and listen to the sounds of the forest in this relaxing wilderness setting. I prefer … More
  • CHILLOUT: The Beauty of Flight

      Pilotes de Chasse Marine Nationale – French Navy Fighters Pilots set to beautiful chill out music – incredible scenery and photography More
  • Decadence: The Meaninglessness of Modern Life

      Decadence: The Meaninglessness of Modern Life is a six-part television documentary series commissioned by SBS Independent and produced by Fork Films. The series is hosted by Pria Viswalingam, who is best known for his work on the travel show A Fork in the Road.[1] Decadence was originally broadcast on the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) … More
  • Fields Of The Nephilim CEREMONIES Live

    Ceromonies is a three-disc DVD and CD set from Fields of the Nephilim, featuring footage recorded July 12 and 13, 2008, at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire. It was released in April 2012. “Ceromonies” is an intentional misspelling; the dates were chosen in honor of the anniversary of the birth of John Dee, Queen Elizabeth I’s … More
  • Pink Floyd – The Last Concert

    On 2 July 2005 Pink Floyd performed at the London Live 8 concert with Roger Waters rejoining David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright. It was the quartet’s first performance together in over 24 years — the band’s last show with Waters was at Earls Court in London on 17 June 1981. Few bands in … More
  • Rainbow Live in Munich 1977

    Live in Munich 1977 is a live album and DVD released by the British hard rock band Rainbow in 2006. The concert was recorded in Munich on 20 October 1977, originally filmed to air on the German Rockpalast TV show.[6] Repeated airings have led to numerous bootleg video and audio tapes of the show being … More
  • Whitewater Presents: EXPLORE. The Al Hajar Traverse

      The plan was to bikepack across the Al Hajar Mountains in northern Oman. Things didn’t go as planned. For more stories: Presented by the U.S. National Whitewater Center DIRECTED: Tyler Allyn + Cooper Lambla EDITING AND CINEMATOGRAPHY: Tyler Allyn ADDITIONAL CINEMATOGRAPHY: Cooper Lambla MUSIC: Fellini Félin – Macadam (Dorian and The Dawn Riders) … More
  • Stop Making Sense – Talking Heads Live

    Stop Making Sense is a 1984 American concert film featuring a live performance by American rock band Talking Heads. Directed by Jonathan Demme, it was shot over the course of four nights at Hollywood’s Pantages Theater in December 1983, as the group was touring to promote their new album Speaking in Tongues. More
  • Three Stones From The Sun – Dave Rastovich

    Desillusion Magazine’s editor in chief Sebastien Zanella spent a few days with Dave “Rasta” Rastovich at his home in Byron bay. Known for his flawless approach to surfing, Rasta also opened up about his outlook on professional surfing, his philosophy on life and the joys of faded flowers. Supported by BILLABONG This short film is … More
  • Nils Frahm – Montreux Jazz Festival 2015

    Full live concert from July 7th 2015 at the 49th Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland More
  • Spirit of the Warrior

    [fwduvp preset_id=”greg2″ playlist_id=”Root”] Nordic, Viking. Celtic, Pagan Warrior Music- a BUZZTV playlist for those with Warrior Souls. Lately, a new kind of music has infiltrated my playlists and fire dance performances: Viking music. When I first heard the magnificent song in the videos below — Helvegen*, or The Road to Hel, I was instantly smitten, … More
  • Tash Sultana: The Story so Far

    TASH SULTANA is an explosive live artist who has commanded global attention since homemade videos went viral. Tash was soon selling out major arenas globally and playing at the world’s biggest festivals – no mean feat for an artist who just a year before was recording songs on a go pro in a bedroom. Since … More
  • He Has To Grow & Forage Everything He Eats For 1 Year!

      This “Beginner” is Growing & Foraging 100% of His Food Without His Own Land and without any previous experience of growing food. If that’s not impressive enough, Rob Greenfield is also living in a 100 sq ft. Tiny home with minimal storage, growing his daily needs in other people’s front yards & gleaning from … More
  • Guillaume Néry: One Breath Around The World

    This freediving couple reveals the world underwater like never before. Their short film ‘One Breath Around the World’ brings an artistic edge to the dangerous sport. HOW LONG CAN you hold your breath? One minute? Two? Five? For freedivers, this calculation is a matter of life and death. If you are relying solely on one … More
  • Trance Frendz: An evening with Ólafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm

    On the 28th of July 2015 Ólafur Arnalds and Nils Frahm met up at Nils’s Durton Studio in Berlin, and invited Alexander Schneider and his camera to document it. But instead of ending the session after the first take we continued to improvise throughout the night, ending up with several new pieces written and recorded … More
  • SURFACE: See Through the Lens of the World’s Best Underwater Surf Photographer

    [fwduvp preset_id=”no shuffle” playlist_id=”Surface”] SURFACE, a ROAM Original, is the story of how award-winning photographer Ben Thouard invented a new perspective of our world—shot underwater from inside a wave looking back at the landscape as never seen before. His love of the ocean, surfing, and windsurfing brought him to the small village of Teahupoo, Tahiti, … More
  • Kara & Nate : 100th Country Documentary

    This is the story of how two awkward newlyweds went from living in an apartment in a small town in Tennessee, to traveling to 100 countries while building a community of over 1 million of the coolest subscribers here on YouTube 🙂 THANK YOU.   More
  • This Couple Have Spent 7 Years in the New Zealand Wilderness

    Many people fantasize about leaving the stresses of an urban world behind. Miriam Lancewood and her husband have taken this wish to an extreme, having spent the last seven years living in the wilderness. For the pair, the bush presents more elemental challenges to those faced in modernity: “every day is about surviving”. However, they … More
  • Dark Tranquillity – Where Death is Most Alive Full Concert

    Released in 2009, the cheekily named Where Death Is Most Alive is Dark Tranquillity’s first official live album (and a double to boot, also available on DVD), and, amid its 20-song playlist and 90 minutes of duration, the most significant moments may just be the first few, when the audience spontaneously erupts into a singalong … More
  • Katatonia – Live at Union Chapel

    Katatonia’s concert film Sanctitude (Kscope, March 31) is a splendid relic of the semi-acoustic Unplugged & Reworked tour the Swedish band took through Europe in May 2014. It was the first time the band had gone the unplugged route, but the jaunt was a logical step in the wake of 2013 album Dethroned and Uncrowned, … More
  • Metal From the Dirt: Inside the Navajo Reservation’s DIY Heavy-Metal Scene

    “There’s a lot of bands, heavy-metal bands, on the Navajo reservation. And for some reason this music, this subculture, seems to permeate with the youth,” says Jerold Cecil, manager of Arizona act I Dont Konform. “What Rez Metal is — ‘rez’ is sort of an inside word for ‘reservation.’ Our brand of metal is different … More
  • Estas Tonne – Cuban Heart

    BE A WITNESS OF A MUSIC STORY THAT STARTED WITH A CHILDHOOD DREAM! Dedicated to Cuban people and all those who ever lived on this beautiful island, as well as those who remember that life includes it all: if we fall, we can stand up again and again… The work on the “Cuban Heart” audio-visual … More
  • Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan: The Art of Work

    Deep dive into the Tool frontman’s life beyond music in this Revolver-exclusive four-part series<br /><br /> Tucked in the Black Hills of Yavapai County, Arizona, Jerome has long attracted intrepid characters. In the late 1800s, prospectors descended on the historic town looking to capitalize on its rich copper mines. Over a hundred years later, a … More
  • Dub FX – A Documentary by Michael Fein

      Dub FX (real name Benjamin Stanford) is a worldwide street performer and studio recording artist from St Kilda, Melbourne, Australia. After playing and singing in a band called Twitch, he set out solo when he moved to Europe. His trademark is creating rich live music using only his own performance aided by Live looping … More
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