Travel Adventure Documentary Magazine
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ANTARCTIC EDGE: 70 deg. SOUTH

The stunning land and seascapes of Earth's southern polar region reveals the harsh conditions and substantial challenges that scientists endure for months at a time.   Read More
First Run Features Posted by First Run Features in Blogs February 21st, 2015
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CUBA? TALK?

Were Cubans healthy happy people or people trying to escape a police state. She decided to find out and went undercover for three months in Cuba. The National Geographic filmmaker got an answer she did not expect.   Read More
Ralph Franklin Posted by Ralph Franklin in Blogs February 9th, 2015

A Better Mousetrap?

WWII bombardier Stan Walsh is back in the noise cone seat of his Martin B26 Marauder. This will be his 66th mission. Unlike his previous flights of destruction over Nazi Germany this mission is aimed at revitalizing the 121-year-old Travelogue industry with a better mousetrap   Read More
Ralph Franklin Posted by Ralph Franklin in Blogs February 3rd, 2015

Peter Rowe's, Angry Planet

    Angry Planet producer, Peter Rowe grips a Piranha, which was used as bait to film a 12 ft caiman while filming in Brazil. He writes, “No bites from the Piranha, but you can see a few of the over 400 I got from the local bugs."  Peter is currently filming the fourth season for the popular Angry Planet, TV series and is in the South Pacific.         Read More
Ralph Franklin Posted by Ralph Franklin in Blogs January 26th, 2015

Buddy Hatton Moves to Audio Books

    “It was time for a change.” Larry Wong, Sunday, January 18, 4:08 pm   The TAD filmmaking team of Buddy Hatton and Larry Wong are saying farewell to the  travelogue industry. “This is our last season, we're are changing careers.” Larry said.  The team produced 20 films over the past 30 years and has now moved into the audio  books profession. Buddy, former radio and TV personality, is now narrating books, Larry handles the...   Read More
Ralph Franklin Posted by Ralph Franklin in Blogs January 18th, 2015
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