Short Film: Life Adventure

Jurian Gravett offers us with this 6 minute video an escape taking us in Asia and inviting us to discover beautiful landscapes. Summary of one year of experience to devour with a video made in the GoPro and a Canon 550D.

Beyond: Memoirs In A Time Lapse

‘Beyond’ presents poetry in colorful motion and music. In 3 distinct movements, its enchanting tour of Beno’s audiovisual craftsmanship lifts you from the electrifying buzz of the present to vistas of near-future tomorrows: Sparks of Inception; The pulse of the Organism; From Here to Beyond.

‘Beyond’ relates the seemingly limitless power of human imagination to create and transform on a scale far beyond our own. It is a tall tale of inspiration, courage, determination, tenacity and perseverance through adversity. Shot at locations throughout Abu Dhabi and Dubai, ‘Beyond’s implicit story is about much more than the success of the UAE. What is unfolding in the UAE is a shining, symbolic example of the towering achievements of mankind as a whole.


Spirituality in India is truly inspiring. The numerous festivals throughout the year are as much a time of worship as they are a time of gathering, celebration and excitement.

Witnessing a landscape of thousands of people joining together in a holy city to celebrate in happiness a common belief, is certainly one of the most vibrant and sacred experience one can have.

Images/Editing: Maude Plante-Husaruk -
Music: Maxime Lacoste-Lebuis -
Narration: Jasreen Ghuman

Shot in the holy city Varanasi, India

The Joy of the Jaguar XK140 Comes in Driving It

Winston Dabbs is a product of his time. As a young man in 1970s Compton, California, he was swept up in the local enthusiasm for British sports cars, status symbols among young black men of the time. Dabbs’s own entry into the world of British cars was modest — a Bugeye Sprite which he bought from a friend for $75 — but it sparked a passion that has stayed with him to the present day, a passion that led to a career in automotive restoration.

In the late 1990s, however, that passion ebbed when the demands of business and life prompted Dabbs to park his 1955 Jaguar XK140, purchased some ten years earlier, in the back of his garage and throw a cover over it. There the car collected dust for fifteen years until one day a few years back, Dabbs decided to pull it out, dust it off, and take it for a drive in the California sun. The Jag, now fully restored, hasn’t had much rest since then, and what rest it does get is thanks to the XK120 that Dabbs brought into his garage in 2012.

Now in what he calls “the highlight of his life,” Dabbs is always ready to hop in one of his dropheads and make a break for the city limits.. After all, as Dabbs puts it, “there’s no sense in having a car that you look at and say how beautiful it is if you can’t get in it and go to San Francisco.”

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Maserati 3500GT Will Make You Fall in Love

We’re all affected differently. Some people fall in love because their dad or uncle had one. Others fall in love out of necessity, constant breakdowns requiring them to work on their car. For Mr. Frank Mandarano a tour through the Maserati factory in the ’60s was enough for him to be smitten. He bought his first Maserati a few years later, a red 3500GT, which promptly broke the day after he bought it. A bearing let go and he had a tough time finding parts.

So he started a Maserati club and began buying parts inventories around the US so that he and his fellow club members would have access when needed. Although he’s sold the business, he never considered it work as it was born of his passion for the brand. Frank has a few other 3500s, this one though, he’s nicknamed “La Latina” because it was one of five GTs sold new in Mexico City. And he loves driving it on lazy, desert roads calling the noise, “primal.” He doesn’t shift it too much opting instead to leave it in third gear and power out of turns enjoying the mighty aluminum straight-six and stainless steel exhaust.

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From Cape Town With Love

For many members of the Fanatic team Cape Town/South Africa is the number one choice when it comes to to winter training destinations. Beside the great windsurfing conditions this city at the very end of Africa has a lot to offer.

Manu Grafenauer and Mart Kuperij from Enjoy the Soup followed Cape Town veteran Klaas Voget, Max Matissek, Max Rowe and South Africa rookies Alessio Stillrich and Adrien Bosson on their adventures in and around the Mother city.

From Cape Town With Love is a fourteen minute short film full of crazy windsurf action, laughter, bullshit and an inside view of the daily life of the pros during their stay.

Prepare for some sick windsurfing action, Waveriders switching places with their Freestyle team mates and proving how demanding the sport really is, as well as Freestylers try to push their level in the waves. Great wipeouts, loads of fun and a lot of team spirit.

Stop Motion: Good Grief

Good Grief is a short stop motion animated documentary that explores the lessons we learn from dealing with grief and loss. Five real people share their true stories of losing something precious and what it has taught them about living.

Made in 2012, Good Grief has screened at 19 festivals worldwide and won numerous awards. Inspired by the loss of her own mother and the grief that ensued, director Fiona Dalwood went about finding out how the experience of loss transforms us. With a shoestring budget and months of hard work, she made Good Grief, a beautiful short film that has been described as “adorable and heartfelt”. Accessible to children and adults alike, it is being used in educational programs as a starting point to discuss the process of grief and what some of the positive outcomes of grief can be.

A Rising Tide: The India Surf Story

'A Rising Tide' is a short documentary surf film, created by Indian surfer/filmmaker trio Tushar Pathiyan, Ishita Malaviya and Krish Makhija in association with Quiksilver India.

In a country with a population of 1.2 billion and just over a hundred surfers, the film sets out to explore the journey of some of India’s pioneer surfers, their humble surf beginnings and their deep connection with the ocean.

Through interviews with local watermen we celebrate the joy of riding waves and the aloha spirit of the Indian surf tribe. As the numbers of surfers in the country keep growing each day, we hope that these stories may never be lost and shall help create a deeper sense of surf community in India.

The first documentary surf film to come out of India, ‘A Rising Tide’ features pioneer surfers Mukesh Panjanathan, Jack ‘Swami’ Hebner, Velu Murugan, Satyaraj Das, Tushar Pathiyan, Ishita Malaviya, Kishore Kumar, Kiran Kumar, Spandan Banerjee, Rahul Malaney, Shamanth Kumar, Murthy Megavan, Melville Anthony Smythe, Kalyan Raithi, Hari Varma, D. Anudeep and Nissam Yoshikawa.

BELOW: Come in from the Storm

Come in from the Storm. Enter the depths of BELOW.

Explore. Survive. Discover.

Game by:
Music by: Jim Guthrie

Nike Cricket: Make Every Yard Count [Nike India]

In a country of a billion, A young cricketer in India never looks at a lack of space as a problem. He looks at it as an opportunity. An opportunity to hit the ground harder, to run faster, to jump higher and stand taller.

He looks at the lack of space, and makes more room for his cricketing dreams. He stares down at his 22 yards and makes every yard count.

We feature 1440 such young cricketers with 2,25,000 crowd sourced moments from thousands of grounds across India. Every frame of the film depicts that one moment, where the cricket crazy youth of India has just one goal, to make every yard count.