Travel Adventure Documentary Magazine
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Ken Wolfgang, A Life in Film

For many years, Filmmaker and Lecturer Ken Wolfgang was known in the travel film industry as one of the most creative and prolific independent film producers in the U.S. and Canada.   Read More
Carolyn Lutz Posted by Carolyn Lutz in The Travel Adventurers July 22nd, 2013

Rising from the Ashes

In RISING FROM ASHES, two worlds collide when cycling legend Jock Boyer moves to Rwanda to help the first Rwandan National Cycling Team in their six year journey to compete in the Olympic Games in London. Setting out against impossible odds both Jock and the team find new purpose as they rise from the ashes of their past.   Read More
First Run Features Posted by First Run Features in Blogs July 15th, 2013

Midway, Message From the Gyre

I received a link from filmmaker Dale Johnson, regarding a trailer, Midway, Message From the Gyre. Being a WWII Navy vet it rang a bell - with The Battle of Midway - and I viewed it. It was not what I expected.   Read More
Ralph Franklin Posted by Ralph Franklin in Features June 17th, 2013

Hal McClure AP Journalist Extraordinaire

LOS ANGELES (AP) ó Hal McClure, who covered two Arab-Israeli wars after turning a passion for travel and the written word into a career as a foreign correspondent for The Associated Press, has died in California. He was 92.   Read More
Christopher Weber Posted by Christopher Weber in Features June 10th, 2013

Mexico, The Bad, the Great and the Ugly - An Unusual Film

I am often asked why I decided to make "Mexico: The Bad, the Great and the Ugly" from still images, instead of motion picture or video? I suppose this is an especially relevant question since I've spent the last 35 years in the motion picture industry. The answer lies more in accident than intent.   Read More
Bill Behrenbuch Posted by Bill Behrenbuch in Features June 3rd, 2013
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