In Fall 2011, London based film director Rupert Murray visited Iceland and captured the country opening its doors and inviting tourists into one of the most surprising and inspiring islands in the world.  

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We are unaccustomed to imagine Tunisia in the rain. Yet this is what the studio Antworks Visuals proposed with this video. “Wet Winter”: discover another facet of this country.  

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Directed by Gnarly Bay Productions, A Story For Tomorrow is the story of a wonderful trip to Chile and Patagonia. Beautiful pictures of a young couple discover beautiful landscapes and while raising the question of happiness.  

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During the winter in Amsterdam, all the canals turn to ice for the enjoyment of tourists and residents. Iceskating and snowball: discover Slow Snow, a nice achievement by  Enzo Angilletta.  

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Directed by Daniel Klein, “a Taste of Vietnam” is a trip of two week, condensed into three minutes of video. Discover Vietnam, its landscapes and its flavors!  

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“A Natural Sense of Place” is a compilation of three documentaries by Matt Brass and picked up by HuffPost Travel. Discover the wild side of the United States. From Colorado to Denver via North Carolina, this video is a tribute to nature.  

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Norway viewed by the photographer Stian Rekdal. Discover this beautiful landscapes through this compilation of timelapses. To learn more about the work of Stian Rekdal: it's here!

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For photographers and filmmakers, Iceland is a paradise. During the Arctic summer, the sun is almost permanent and offers unusual colors in these beautiful landscapes. This timelapse by Joe Capra is the perfect illustration.

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Performed by Evosia Studios, this great video shows us the many facets of a wild and beautiful America … No special effects or composites, just the beauty of nature captured by the camera lens!

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Montagne TV and Quechua are gone to the meeting of three lovers of the image in height. Pascal Tournaire, René Robert and Monica Dalmasso, mountain photographers evoke their extraordinary job, between passion, precision and performance.  

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