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Shouldn't We Use Twitter, FaceBook to Publicize Our Travel Films?

Is TRACS ready for prime time? It's a changing TRACS landscape out there. With a new TRACS board now firmly in place, the organization should move ahead.   Read More
Stan Walsh Posted by Stan Walsh in Blogs October 5th, 2011

John Holod Western Bound ó On Route 66, No Less

Time for the old dog to try some new tricks. Instead of writing a monthly newsletter, I'll be sending out short video clips from the road with my new itty-bitty Flip HD video camera. I'm out filming Route 66 RV Adventure, from Chicago to LA.   Read More
John Holod Posted by John Holod in Blogs October 3rd, 2011

Korean Diary: The Buddy Crew Dines Among the Cats and Dogs

Have you ever been to a cafe where cats are more welcomed than people? Do you miss your pet dog when away from home traveling? No worries.   Read More
Buddy Hatton Posted by Buddy Hatton in Blogs September 30th, 2011

Shall Our Travel Film Groups Return to the 'Good Old Days?'

Is our Travel Adventure film field of Presenters and Artists ready to split into separate groups ó as it was before TRACS was born at the end of the last century? It seems so. And it's not a bad thing.   Read More
Hal McClure Posted by Hal McClure in Jump Cuts September 28th, 2011

Buddy Hatton In South Korea On a Two (Small) Camera Shoot

Veteran Filmmaker Buddy Hatton is shooting a new high def travel film on South Korea ó using two small cameras that easily fit in the palm of your hand. They are reportedly the first of our filmmakers to shoot a major travel film using these small cameras.   Read More
Hal McClure Posted by Hal McClure in Features September 23rd, 2011
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