Travel Adventure Documentary Magazine
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Hawaii Show Nearly Ends His Career

There's no question that we Travel Filmmakers certainly have our adventures while shooting films in foreign lands, and less often, of course, while plying the North American circuit presenting them to our audiences. The following episode is about showing my first brand-new travel film to my second-ever audience.   Read More
Hal McClure Posted by Hal McClure in Blogs March 12th, 2013

National Geographic Live! Will Surprise Our Exhibitors, Filmmakers (Part 2)

Our exhibitors and travel adventure filmmakers will be stunned at the prices the traveling National Geographic Live! shows charge for admission and the fees paid to performers.   Read More
Ralph Franklin Posted by Ralph Franklin in Features March 8th, 2013

National Geographic Live Shows On The Road

Remember when the National Geographic staged our travel-adventure films at the NG's Grosvenor Hall in Washington, DC.? Now, the Society has put together a new program of speakers with their films and slides—going on the road this time as National Geographic Live!   Read More
Ralph Franklin Posted by Ralph Franklin in Features February 28th, 2013

The Adventure: Visiting Eskimo Village for Whale Carving and Walrus Snacks

By Dale Johnson A few years ago, hunters in the Eskimo village of Wainwright, Alaska, had taken a whale in the sea near the village. Historically, the people of the Village would carve up the carcass and distribute the meat to everyone in Wainwright, according to ancient Eskimo rituals. The producers at NOVA were working on a new program about the native people of Alaska at that time, and wanted footage of this process. Consequently, I was hired to go to Wainwright to film the activity.   Read More
Dale Johnson Posted by Dale Johnson in Blogs February 21st, 2013

His Travel Film Posters Helped Boost Great Audience Attendance

Following up on Doug Jones’ fascinating story of promoting a declining film series in California, I decided to make my own publicity attempt. I had finished my new film on Alaska about three months ago, and while sitting in an auditorium waiting to show it one evening, I thought to myself that there were probably more people in this town who would be interested in seeing the film—if only they knew about it.   Read More
Dale Johnson Posted by Dale Johnson in Blogs February 15th, 2013
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