The Best Drug Commercial You'll Ever See, Part 2
An Infrared Look At Oregon
From filmmaker Sam Forencich, Invisible Oregon is a study in time, space, and infrared timelapses. Forencich converted both his Nikon D750 and a Canon 5D MarkII to use infrared technology to create this film.
Edward Abbey on Wilderness In the West
From filmmaker Justin Clifton and Chris Cresci, A Line In The Sand is an animated video which illustrates the value and power of public lands.
Thru-Hiking the Grand Canyon
From filmmaker Pete Mcbride, Dust in the Blood chronicles McBride’s attempt to thru-hike the Grand Canyon with writer Kevin Fedarko.
Protecting Hells Canyon in Oregon
Upon arriving in northeast Oregon, conservationist Brian Kelly was given two job offers; cook or sheep herder. He took the obvious choice and spent the next year shepherding a herd of sheep through the landscapes surrounding Hells Canyon.
Venturing into Buckskin Gulch
Our PlayNow series highlights an epic POV clip so you can get in on the action even when you're stuck behind a desk.
Adventure? Right Outside Your Door.
Though gear company Millican travels across the globe seeking inspiration for their products, they know adventure lies right out the back door in the Lake District.
Within the Canyons of Bears Ears
The Story of Place from The Grand Canyon Trust follows filmmaker Ace Kvale, writer Craig Childs, and Zuni tribe member Jim Enote. They’re on a journey to help elucidate this region’s cultural significance in order to protect it from resource extraction.
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