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Kids and bikes; wherever you are in the world, they go together. The chaotic streets of Kathmandu may not seem like a typical breeding ground for world-class mountain bikers, but then again nothing is typical about Rajesh (RJ) Magar. Since learning to ride on a beat-up clunker, to becoming the four-time National Champion at age 21, RJ’s story is one of boundless childhood dreaming and unstoppable determination, forged from junkyard scraps and tested on the rugged trails of the mighty Himalaya. Suggested Donation of $5 to help support RJ and his dream to race in the Enduro World Series: Director: Joey Schusler Co-Directors: Ben Page & Aidan Haley Producers: Mandil Pradhan & Joey Schusler Cinematography: Joey Schusler & Ben Page Editor: Aidan Haley Assistant Editor: Ben Page Sound Engineer: Keith White Audio Art Direction: Good Fortune Collective Motion Design: Shotgun Infinity Colorist: Dylan Hageman Location Support: H&I Adventures Language Coordinator: Jessica DiCarlo Nepali Translations: Mandil Pradhan, Richa Shakya, Yukta Bajracharya, Shristi Shrestha Supported By: Yeti Cycles, Fox Shox, Outdoor Research, Enve Composites, Smith Optics, Clif Bar, Maxxis Tires, and H&I Adventures Music: “Big Om of Tibet” Tibetan Monks, Traditional “Reshamm”, Nepathya “Atmos VI”, A Winged Victory for the Sullen “Taal Ko Pani”, Nepathya “Daydream (feat. Ashwin Srinivasan)”, Nitin Sawhney “Mountain Song”, Assaraimasko Dabdabhelio “Mountain High”, Bipul Chettri
I originally set out to make this film as a sort of homage to Wallace Stegner and the enduring words he wrote in his famous 'Wilderness Letter' to Congress in 1960. His poetic appeal for robust and comprehensive conservation efforts of America’s wild lands gave me pause. In this current political climate his words began to take on new meaning. His plea for what wilderness can do for us is more relevant now than ever. Thousands of acres of our remaining public lands are threatened everyday. We need to stand together to protect America's wild lands from being sold off to the highest bidder. We must preserve wilderness as a "means of reassuring ourselves of our sanity as creatures, a part of the geography of hope." Watch the film and take action: Special thanks to Avocados & Coconuts, Hipcamp and everyone that contributed their amazing talents to making this film. Read the full letter and learn more about Wallace Stegner:…/former-council-memb…/wallace-stegner Produced by Avocados and Coconuts - Director: Christopher Newman Producer: Dalia Burde Creative Director: Amani King Production Coordinator: Bijan Rafie-Tari Editor: Dana Shaw Directors of Photography: Keenan Newman, David Bourke, Matthew Rome 1st AC: Troy Dickerson Additional Footage: Devin Whetstone, Skysight, Kate Arizmendi Water Camera: Stephen Amato Aerials: Drew Kass Sound Recording: Luiza Sá-Davis Music by Daniel Hart Color: Chris Martin (Mission Film Design) Sound Mix: Chris Konovaliv (Audiolux) Post Producers: Jess Manning, Angie Golden Henry Special Thanks: Mendocino Magic, Oz Farm, Salmon Creek Ranch, Mackenzie O’Donnel, Anu Adeboje, Sarah Felker, Leah Hefner, Cooper Kenward, Gaby Scott, Fritz Jacobs, Natalie Vall-Freed
(Español: Haz clic en CC para activar los subtítulos) This is the story of a big wave pioneer who “died more times than Jesus”, a man who constantly risked his life to find life, to find the edge or reason and overcome it. His name is Ric Friar and this is a story of ‘Phenomenality’. And like all good movies there was sex, death, bar brawls, and a heap of shit. Friar literally became the “King of Poo” and made a fortune in the process. It’s a life that sequences more like a feature length dream: a truly wild concoction of adventures constantly intersecting with equal measures of insanity and bravado, an unbridled grabbing of life by tha balls. • WORLD PREMIERE | 16th San Francisco Documentary Festival, California, USA (2017) • WINNER | Audience Award - DOC LA. - Los Angeles, USA (2017) • WINNER | 2nd place Jury Award - Audience Awards, Los Angeles, USA (2017) • WINNER | Best Directing – International Film Competition of Bali (2017) • WINNER | Rising Star – International Film Competition of Bali (2017) • SEMI-FINALIST | Near Nazareth Festival, Israel (2017) • OFFICIAL SELECTION: - Flickerfest International Short Film Festival, Australia (Academy Award® and BAFTA Accredited, 2018) - Melbourne Documentary Film Festival, Australia (2018) - Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival, China (2017) - Sofia Independent Film Festival, Bulgaria (2017) - Utah Film Festival, USA (2018) - San Diego Surf Film Festival, USA (2018) - San Pedro International Film Festival, California, USA (2017) - Honolulu Surf Film Festival, Hawaii (2018) - Ocean Coast Film Festival, Portugal (2018) - Noosa Surf Film Festival, Australia (2017) - Barcelona Planet Film Festival, Spain (2017) Website: Written & Directed by Lucas Jatobá Executive Producers Ric Friar Wendy Harper Producers Lucas Jatobá Ric Friar Wendy Harper Cinematographers Toby Heslop Lee Kelly Underwater Cinematography Jon Shaw Rick Rifici Music Composer Zino Zeinero Animators Marie Larrive & Lucas Malbrun Mulga Cento Lodigiani Tânia Falcão & Avelar Lucas Brian Neong San Paul Ducco Title Design Pragun Agarwal Editors Lucas Jatobá Toby Heslop Online & Grading Toby Heslop Sound Recordist Paul Smith Sound Mix & Design Nigel Crowley Production Designer Cyma Hibri Production Assistant Luisa Daltro First AD Hugo Wilde VO Mark Kennedy Hair & Make Up Desiree Wise Pam Daniel Dempsey Rai Elizabeth Pozoglau Script Supervisors Ric Friar Wendy Harper Vocals Honey Soul Friar Ryan Garner Production Design Assistants Mairi Armour Kevin Oyarbide Jurden Urunuela Nadia Grijalba Jamal Hibri Amy Holland Brendan Donnellan Maira Widholzer Runners Phoebe Pike Burcu Tekin Gaffer Jyden Chancellor Wardrobe Wendy Harper BTS Camera Operator Justin De Knock Storyboards Michael Golding Special thanks to: Rick Marks Brett Saunders Evan Sturrock Jason Bowman Fraser Shiers Starring: Wendy Harper Ric Friar Lucas Jatobá Honey Soul Friar Ryan Garner Marie Kennedy Garry Birdsell Josephine Roberte Nadia Jones Zazi Timar Jyden Chancellor Rusty Harris Gitte Mariussen Terry Matthews Tony Mathers Tony Flook Kevin Oyarbide Jurden Urunuela Chiara Emerson Giselle Emerson Ana M. Lombardi Ron Wade Zino Zeniero Luisa Daltro Cyma Hibri Hawanatu Bangura May Zin Footage from “Ride a White Horse” Dir. Bob Evans, 1968 “Follow Me” Written by Zino Zeinero, Ric Friar & Wendy Harper Composed by Zino Zeinero Phenomenality Produced by 1 Giant Wave Phenomenality Produced by Living Library Films
Beyond the Horizon tells the story of Rankin Jackson’s struggle to provide for his family while trying to survive the push of drug running and ultimately how fly fishing revealed his road to redemption. Guanaja, Honduras is a remote paradise riddled with its own struggle. Hurricanes, poverty, political instability, drug wars, lack of health care, and corruption are constant hardships experienced by its 15,000 islanders. Guanaja is void of opportunity and islanders live off the land and sea.  Unregulated and overfished, the vibrant marine life around Guanaja suffers beyond the point of attracting tourists beyond the point of sustainability.  Islanders live in poverty while the natural resource continues to diminish. While many species of fish have been decimated in Guanaja from over fishing, the most valuable one of all has thrived against all odds. The elusive saltwater fly-fishing prize:  the permit.  Guanaja is blessed with a valuable permit fishery and while islanders previously ate them, a catch-and-release ethic has organically blossomed from the presence of a small fly lodge: Fly Fish Guanaja. As a result of fly fishing, new opportunities and sources of income are developing each day for the small community of islanders.  Guanaja and the surrounding Caribbean is decorated with glorious and devastating war stories dating before pirate days all the way through the current drug empire.  Man’s Caribbean treasure has gone from gold to cocaine to the mighty permit. 10 years ago Rankin found himself with the opportunity to work at Fly Fish Guanaja sleeping in a hammock as a guard. He rapidly developed as a fly guide and today is regarded as one of the greatest fly guides in all of Honduras.  In the remote waters of the Caribbean lies a spit of sand known as the Cayes Cajones. It is surrounded by seemingly endless miles of permit and bonefish rich flats. The region is imprisoned by the conflicts of drugs, pirates, and hostile indigenous people groups. From his time in the cartel, Rankin Jackson learned of these hidden keys to the east; Cayos Cajones. For 10 years he has been telling the owner, Steven Brown, of the legends beneath the surface. Until now a journey as been too treacherous. In 2017 the plans were struck and the mission moved forward. The mission to venture Beyond the Horizon.