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Short Films

The Race to Save the Salon Sea 

The Salton Sea is largest body of water in California. But it's disappearing -- and a group called SEAthletes are literally racing to save it.

Sailing the Star of India

Why would 21st Century men and women want to sail on the world's oldest working tall ship? They tell you in their own words. Experience the majesty of the Star of India, the Maritime Museum of San Diego's star attraction. (06:25)


WINNER: Best Short Documentary

Action on Film International Film Festival

Friends of Independence 

Americans love their national parks -- and the Friends of Independence are a group of dedicated volunteers who work with Independence Hall National Park in Philadelphia -- the site where we became a nation and the home of the Liberty Bell. (08:04)


WINNER: Best Editing / Short Documentary

FirstGlance Film Fest Philadelphia

Doors of Florence 

A superfast look at the magnificent Renaissance doors of Florence, Italy, cut to a drum track. (01:01)

Sailing with the Mallory Todd

In Seattle there's a boat called the Mallory Todd and it has a very special mission: to take children with cancer, adults who have had strokes, and others who have had difficulties in their lives out for day sailing on Lake Union. (08:42)



California elephant seals mating to the Nutcracker Suite.  750,000 views on youtube. (00:42)

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