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Dick Walter Entrepreneur Showman

Dick Walter had produced Broadway shows for 40 years and brought hundreds of top stars to Omaha: Carol Channing, Sid Caesar, Liberace to name a few. Now he found himself as a patron, in a chair viewing a "travelogue," his first travel adventure film ever. And what did he say?   Read More
Ralph Franklin Posted by Ralph Franklin in Blogs September 14th, 2014
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Shipwrecked on a Great Lake

In 1843,Canadian seaman Ned Myers told the story of his life to the famous American writer James Fenimore Cooper. In Cooper's book, Meyers told the story of the 1813 US amphibious attack on Toronto, and the subsequent sinking of the ship he sailed on during the attack. The bones of the many other sailors who sank with the ship sat untouched on the bottom on Lake Ontario for 167 years. Now, 201 years after the sinking, Shipwrecked on a Great Lake tells the story of the attack.   Read More
Peter Rowe Posted by Peter Rowe in Blogs June 24th, 2014

Half the Road

Modern society has long believed that women hold up half the sky in terms of equality and progression. So when it comes to the world of professional cycling why aren't women receiving half the road?   Read More
First Run Features Posted by First Run Features in Blogs June 5th, 2014

Adventures in Filmmaking

Celebrating his birthday sipping Champagne, sitting on the edge of an erupting African volcano is Peter Rowe’s idea of fearless filmmaking fun. He has filmed on all seven continents, capturing the extremes of nature from Antarctica to the Arabian Desert, crossed Baffin Island by dogsled and climbed many of the world’s most active volcanoes, camera in hand. In his book Adventures in Filmmaking he tells it all.   Read More
Stan Walsh Posted by Stan Walsh in The Travel Adventurers May 29th, 2014

Dabbawallahs

What started out as a documentary turned into a feature, an unusual feature film. Each day in Mumbai, India 4000 men in dressed in white transport 175,000 lunches across this big city. They retrieve the lunch containers of food from mothers and wives and delivery them to husbands and family members. The Dabba Wallas have been doing this since the late 1800s.   Read More
Willis Moore Posted by Willis Moore in Blogs May 21st, 2014
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