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Brendon Grimshaw was editor to some of the most important newspapers in Africa. But in 1972, he gave it all up to go and live on Moyenne Island, which he purchased for ten thousand pounds. In the thirty-six-years that he has lived on the island, Brendon and his friend, Rene Lafortune, planted sixteen-thousand trees, built 4,8 kilometres of nature paths, and brought and bred 110 giant land tortoises, creating an island of incredible beauty now worth 34 million Euros. Come with us on this journey and discover why an 82-year-old man fears his island will one day be destroyed by the ever-expanding reach of our insatiable desires...
Shot with a Phantom at 1,000 frames per second.
The stunning new trailer for Samsara offers a tantalizing peek at the dozens of exotic locations visited by the filmmakers in their quest to capture the “ever turning wheel of life” on Earth.
"Samsara takes the form of a guided meditation that will transform viewers as they are swept along a journey of the soul. Through powerful images photographed in 70mm and a dynamic music score, the film illuminates the links between humanity and the rest of the nature."
The 999Bottle is reusable stainless steel water bottle, has three dials around the base numbered from 0 to 9. Each time you refill, just click the dials ahead one number, to keep a tally of just how much you're saving the planet. The bottle comes with an iPhone app that tells you what the numbers mean.
"You've saved 117 bottles! That's equivalent to the amount of oil KITT needs to tubro boost 50 yards with the Hoff and a damsel in distress on board.
You've saved 1,063 bottles! That's equivalent to the height of the Eiffel Tower. Oui, oui! "
The 999Bottle project is looking for a whopping $100,000 of seed money on Kickstarter.