Aired in 2013.
List of videos in this Off the Air special music video:
El hombre y la Tierra excerpt
Radical Updates by Andrew Benson
Cityscape Chicago by Eric Hines
Space Station footage supplied by Image Science and Analysis Laboratory at NASA’s John C. Stennis Space Center; Groosland by Dutch National Ballet, footage provided by Poorhouse International, Ltd.; CGI space objects by Adam Bruneau
American Harvest film supplied by Prelinger Archives
Head On by Lior Ben Horin
Murmuration by Liberty Smith and Sophie Windsor Clive
Cy’s Sunrise Lefts by Cyrus Sutton and Korduroy.tv
Moonwalk performance by Dean Potter, cinematography by Reel Walter Productions, Ltd.
Primavera concert videos by Tom Bingham, Gill Austin, Jonathan Rej, and Jeff Crocker
Stone Mountain Ghillie Suits feat. Cody DeMatteis and Zach White, cinematography by Alan Steadman
Emanuele Kabu on a nature trip. The song was inspired by the writings of author and preservationist, John Muir. It’s meaning was born out of a hope for togetherness with all walks of life and unification with the great outdoors.
Thirty years ago, Marcel left Spain to escape the military service, leaving his family and his social life. After living in a hippie community, he took refuge in the jungle of Costa Rica, where he lives alone, naked and in complete harmony with nature. Marcel discovered himself healer and practice rituals of taking ayahuasca, inducing visions and epiphanies that earned him the epithet of entheogen (Inner God generator). Only a few visitors joined him- here, young women in search of truth, such nymphs listening a shaggy Pan .
In the silence of the jungle…
“Slow” marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges are very mobile creatures, but their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time lapses to be seen. These animals build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives.
This is a non-commercial attempt To highlight the fact that world leaders, irresponsible corporates and mindless ‘consumers’ are combining to destroy life on earth. It is dedicated to all who died fighting for the planet and those whose lives are on the line today. The cut was put together by Vivek Chauhan, a young film maker, together with naturalists working with the Sanctuary Asia network (http://www.sanctuaryasia.com/).
Content credit: The principal source for the footage was Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s incredible film HOME http://www.homethemovie.org/. The music was by Armand Amar. Thank you too Greenpeace and http://timescapes.org/
If you are tripping alone in your room somewhere on this planet and wish you had some nature around you, watch this one.
“Khorwa combines our shared vision of a naturally serene world, contrasted by the high tensions and excitement of city life.
“Khorwa,” a Tibetan term for “the circle of life,” and an exploration of opposites. “