The Shannon is Ireland’s greatest geographical landmark and the longest river in these islands. For 340 kilometers the river carves its way south through the heart of the country almost splitting Ireland in two. It is both a barrier and highway. On its journey, the Shannon passes through a huge palette of rural landscapes. “On a River in Ireland” offers a portrait of Ireland’s greatest geographical feature, using a lot of techniques and showing never before filmed Irish sequences and stories.
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SerpentZA and Laowhy86 begin their epic adventure in Shandong Province, starting in former German concession, Qingdao. They taste a bizarre, wriggly local speciality; explore hidden war tunnels and head to a sleepy seaside village, famous for its seaweed-roofed cottages.
SerpentZA and Laowhy86 rack up the miles as they travel across Liaoning and Jilin Provinces. They spend the night in a themed sex hotel, explore one of China’s most famous ghost cities; tread carefully around the North Korean border and learn about a traditional North Korean alcohol.
Things suddenly turn very Russian as SerpentZA & Laowhy86 stop off in the capital of Heilongjiang province, Harbin. From there, they venture into the vast grasslands of Inner Mongolia, herding camels and building their very own Mongolian yurt.
Flying over the width and length of the Spanish territory, the film offers a breathtaking panorama of the great variety of its regions. We’ll discover a country with stunning coastlines and its small and large cities steeped in history. Today, they have also become the country’s economic engin: Spain, is the fifth largest economy in the European Union.
This voyage to the centre of the ice is the breath-taking tale of a polar scuba diving expedition in Greenland. August 2012. It’s the end of the Arctic summer. Two adventurers are drifting in their sea kayaks among gigantic blocks of ice carried south by the East Greenland Current. They intend to travel between the only two communities on one of the world’s wildest coastlines. Ittoqqortoormiit is the starting point of an intense 1000-kilometer-long human adventure!
Based on striking aerial images and many testimonies, the film explores the various facets of this complex territory in 24 hours. This unique canvas depicts the changes in the German landscape, at a time when the country – that was reunited only 25 years ago - attempts to reconcile its economic development with respect for nature.
In 2011, Sébastien Roubinet and Rodolphe André, only covered 650 km towards the North Pole due to a faulty main battery. 2013. A new departure! A new hi-tech prototype, a sporty vessel called BABOUCHKA, extremely fast on sea, snow and ice! A new crewmate, too: Vincent Berthet. Beyond his great experience of sailing and of Polar regions, he's also an excellent cameraman.
The United Kingdom, the world's fifth largest economy, has the highest rate of urbanization in Europe. But also a great variety of stunning landscapes and vibrant communities. Let’s take 24 hours to discover the people and the forces which shape the territory of this country that has now chosen a very different European destiny for itself.
A wonderful journey in the heart of a legendary civilization that owns the world longevity record in good health. The archipelago of Okinawa, located in the Pacific Ocean at the very south of Japan sees its population with almost no diseases. What are the secrets of Okinawa’s inhabitants ? How can we live longer, happy and in good health ?
Offering impressive aerial views, this documentary film takes to the skies to reveal the many facets of the French territory, enriched by the stories of those who inhabit it and make it function. . What we discover proves to be much more than just majestic landscapes, a beautiful national heritage, small picturesque villages in the hills or the urban France of modern cities...
With its 74 islands & idyllic sailing conditions the Whitsundays are known as a ‘sailing mecca’ all over the world
Hydra is one of the busiest ports in Greece. Everyday thousands of visitors come by ferry to stroll around the harbour area, eat at the cafes, swim in the clear blue waters and take donkey rides to explore the town’s laneways. There’s no denying the beauty of the place, or its unique attributes.
Ernie travels to the Great Barrier Reef to meet people who call this unique part of the world home. He catches up with Yindinji elder Gudju Gudju, Jamie a toxicologist, and Gareth skipper of Monsoon.
Catwalk model Kate Peck joins the Chapman Racing Team as Navigator alongside Driver Clayton Chapman as they overcome outback bull dust and breakdowns to reach speeds of up to 200km p/hr in an attempt to win at the Kalgoorlie 400, on the first leg of the Australian Off-road Racing Championships.
Polar Adventurer Geoff Wilson plans to kite-ski the entire 2,200km length of the Greenland ice sheet. He’s expecting sub-zero blizzards, hidden mile-deep crevasses and predatory polar bears, but Geoff’s biggest challenge will be his partner: he’s bringing along a rookie – his son-in-law, Simon.
The most extreme dogsled race in the world attracts only the most fearless of mushers. Whether they have the experience of Brent Sass, known as the Sly Fox, of Hugh Neff the Joker, of the Old Wolf Allen Moore or of Normand Casavant the Quebecker, or whether they’re long-distance rookies like Jason Campeau the Hockey Player, Damon Tedford the Marathon Man or Kristin Knight Pace, the Queen of Hearts, they all have two things in common: a thirst for adventure and a love of dogs.