Travel Adventure Documentary Magazine
Travel Adventure Documentary magazine
where filmmakers and exhibitors meet


I spent weeks researching my new film, but as always the best experiences were the surprises and the thing that seldom appear in guide books or written histories.   Read More
Gray Warriner Posted by Gray Warriner in The Travel Adventurers August 2nd, 2016


Budget travel I was doing. I would sleep in my sleeping bag next to the car and gasoline was only 10 cent a gallon. When I crossed the border I had $50 in my pocket, I would make it last three months.   Read More
Dale Johnson Posted by Dale Johnson in The Travel Adventurers July 5th, 2016

EL Camino Chose Skype

TAD filmmaker inhales sulfuric acid and it was cancer of the larynx. "Angry Planet" producer, Peter Rowe could not name the volcano where it happened, but the damage had been done.   Read More
Ralph Franklin Posted by Ralph Franklin in Exhibitors June 7th, 2016

Calvin College's 50th

The year was 1965, the US was in space, the Rolling Stones were on tour, the St. Louis Arch was finished and it's the year CALL kicked off "Passport to Adventure," the popular travelogue film series at Grand Rapids' Calvin College.   Read More
Ralph Franklin Posted by Ralph Franklin in Exhibitors May 3rd, 2016


For a struggling travel film series in Omaha, The Rule of Three came out of nowhere with a key to a "brighter future?" To use, or not to use was the question, Would the new series die if it did. For certain it was dead if it didn't.   Read More
Ralph Franklin Posted by Ralph Franklin in Blogs February 23rd, 2016
 Older Entries »