Living In Emergency – Stories of Doctors Without Borders

2 06 2010

During the nomination process for the 82nd Academy Awards® earlier this year, LIVING IN EMERGENCY was among the 15 documentaries selected for the shortlist by the Documentary Branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Directed by Mark N. Hopkins (producer of “Going Upriver: The Long War of John Kerry”), the feature—length film provides a rare inside look into the Nobel Peace Prize—winning Doctors Without Borders organization, marking the first time a film crew was granted unlimited and uncensored access to its field operations in war—torn Congo and post—conflict Liberia.

Directed by Mark Hopkins

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Korn – Oildale (Leave Me Alone)

2 06 2010

Directed by Phil Mucci





3×3 (short film)

2 06 2010

Directed by Nuno Rocha





Hayaku: A Time Lapse Journey Through Japan

1 06 2010




Zacuto’s DSLR Z-Cage ~ Pimped Out

1 06 2010




Highlands to Himalayas: Training for Everest

28 05 2010

In May 2010, 23 year old Stephen Green will attempt to summit Mount Everest. In the process he aims to raise over £30k for Cancer Research and Marie Curie. This is a short promotional film about his preparations in the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland. For more information check out Stephen’s blog.
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Restrepo (documenatry trailer)

27 05 2010

Winner of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize for a Documentary, RESTREPO chronicles the deployment of a U.S. platoon of courageous American soldiers in Afghanistan’s Korengal Valley, considered to be one of the most dangerous postings in the U.S. military. From May 2007 to July 2008, Tim Hetherington and Sebastian Junger dug in with the men of the Second Platoon, Battle Company of the 503rd Infantry Regiment (airborne), stationed at Restrepo, sharing duties and shooting more than 150 hours of combat, frustration, routine, jokes, terror and bravery during daily life at the outpost. Hetherington and Junger, have made a film unlike any other about men in harm’s way. We see their courage. We experience their frustrations. We share their bonding. We hear the music they listen to, and we see the snapshots of their kids that they pass around. It is something that audiences have never before experienced. As they fight the Taliban, these 15 men win our hearts and minds in a way no fictional film can.