Travel Adventure Documentary Magazine
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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 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
Posted by Hal McClure in Jump Cuts September 28, 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 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
Posted by Hal McClure in Features September 23, 2011

Finding Face Is a Film Revealing Horrific Practice

Marina Tat was a 14-year-old beauty and a rising star in Cambodian karaoke videos when she came to the attention of the much older undersecretary of state, one of the most powerful men in the country. After his devoted attention, lavish gifts and physical threats against her family,she gave in and became his mistress.   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Features September 19, 2011

Cutting Room Floor for TRACS?

Whether the Travel Adventure Cinema Society TRACS will survive or follow earlier travelogue organizations on the cutting room floor may well be decided when members hold their annual Travel FilmFest this month in Chicago.   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Features September 02, 2011

Shooters: Sony's New Upgraded HD Camera

In case you shooters missed it, Sony has released an upgraded version of its full 1920 x 1080 high-def camcorder with an interchangeable lens system.   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Features August 29, 2011
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