Travel Adventure Documentary Magazine
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Can’t Get Enough of That Wonderful Stuff

Travel Adventuring — We were driving south on our way to Agadir, shooting a film on Morocco, when Jackie Gillette said, "I saw something weird in a tree back there. Looked like a huge bushy bird." I hit the brakes. I knew what she had seen and we had to film it.   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Blogs August 08, 2011

Travel Filmmakers Must Change to Survive

I would like to share the following with you. It shows what other travel journalists are doing to keep in business. Here is the first report: Active Gail Mooney has recently screened "sneak previews" of her feature documentary "Opening Our Eyes", a film about people making a positive difference in the world. The film is the culmination of a round-the-world trip that Gail and her daughter, Erin Kelly, completed last summer, seeking and filming change-makers on six continents.   Read More
Posted by Frank Klicar in Blogs August 05, 2011

Pilot, Foreign Correspondent, Filmmaker

Hal McClure has had a life of adventure—from pilot, foreign correspondent and travel filmmaker. He wanted adventure and on his first trip away from hone he was arrested on suspicion of spying for Nazi Germany. This was in Texas, of all places.   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Blogs December 06, 0012

Rick Ray's 'Lynching Charlie Lynch' Getting Good Play

Filmmaker Rick Ray's new documentary,"Lynching Charlie Lynch," tells how the Morro Bay ran a marijuana dispensary, which was legal under California law, but illegal under federal law. He was arrested by the Feds, convicted and sent to prison.   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Blogs
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